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No OX RUU available?

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20th January 2014, 09:46 PM   |  #1  
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Hi,

I'm trying to bring my HOX back to stock, but can't seem to find a RUU fitting for the device. The version info is the following:
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PS C:\adb> .\fastboot.exe getvar version-main
version-main: 3.18.401.1
finished. total time: 0.076s

My HBOOT is 1.39.0000. my CID is HTC__102. I can't seem to find a RUU for 3.18.401, only an OTA is available at http://www.androidruu.com/?developer=Endeavor. When I try to find a Nandroid backup I can find some links on the collection thread at http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1975140 but the links are dead.
Does anyone know how I can get my phone back to factory settings?

Thanks in advance, guys!
21st January 2014, 05:18 AM   |  #2  
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Use another 3.18.401 nand backup, restore it, flash back the stock recovery and update the phone by official ota. After that you can relock the bootloader if you wish.
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Use another 3.18.401 nand backup, restore it, flash back the stock recovery and update the phone by official ota. After that you can relock the bootloader if you wish.

So restoring a nandroid backup doesn't require having the right CID?
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It's more connected with main version. CID is also somehow connected to the main version. Do as Mr. Hofs said, and you will be fine.

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Indeed what Mr M@c says. You can indeed restore a 401 nand from any cid, but it needs at least one official OTA to pull the cid back to your original.

So basically it's restore a 3.18.401 from any cid, then flash back the stock 3.18 recovery

This one works

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xzshnnuz3j...ery%203.14.img

Then do at least 1 ota and relock the bootloader after that if you wish. Not necessary ofcourse !
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Indeed what Mr M@c says. You can indeed restore a 401 nand from any cid, but it needs at least one official OTA to pull the cid back to your original.

So basically it's restore a 3.18.401 from any cid, then flash back the stock 3.18 recovery

This one works

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xzshnnuz3j...ery%203.14.img

Then do at least 1 ota and relock the bootloader after that if you wish. Not necessary ofcourse !

OK, great news, thanks! I'll try it out tonight, and will post back with the results.
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