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By jeremyp1, Member on 4th February 2014, 05:59 AM
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I am wanting to download the Google edition of the 4.4.2 kit Kat update for the Sprint HTC One but am having no luck, can someone help me? I need a sense Rom and I don't like the new update Sprint provides. I'm currently on viperrom 3.5.0 because they don't have the newer versions for Sprint. Everything I look for good Roms they say I need TWRP 2.6.3.3 but the Sprint version is only 2.6.3.0. I'm just sad about this I really want the Google edition.
 
 
4th February 2014, 06:27 AM |#2  
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Use the latest version of TWRP,CWM, or PhilzTouch and you should be ok
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I am wanting to download the Google edition of the 4.4.2 kit Kat update for the Sprint HTC One but am having no luck, can someone help me? I need a sense Rom and I don't like the new update Sprint provides. I'm currently on viperrom 3.5.0 because they don't have the newer versions for Sprint. Everything I look for good Roms they say I need TWRP 2.6.3.3 but the Sprint version is only 2.6.3.0. I'm just sad about this I really want the Google edition.

I don't think that you can run Google edition. That is a GSM version and not CDMA. I would wait to see if someone can confirm that before you hose your phone. Know that they have unbrick directions for those that flash the GSM version on Sprint (which is CDMA).
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I actually set my phone to gsm because I have a bad esn and i SIM unlocked my phone, the HTC one is everything compatible


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Use the latest version of TWRP,CWM, or PhilzTouch and you should be ok

I can't find a better version of twrp for Sprint everything says they need 2.6.3.3 and when I try it fails every time
4th February 2014, 06:42 AM |#6  
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I can't find a better version of twrp for Sprint everything says they need 2.6.3.3 and when I try it fails every time

2.6.3.0 is the latest version for Sprint
Try CWM 6.0.4.3
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2.6.3.0 is the latest version for Sprint
Try CWM 6.0.4.3
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How do I flash a different recovery onto my phone?
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How do I flash a different recovery onto my phone?

Same way you flash TWRP
4th February 2014, 07:04 AM |#9  
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Same way you flash TWRP

I dont remember how I did all that without relocking my phone. Do I use a computer? I really can't recall and don't know how to replace the twrp
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Download the recovery you want
Put the file in your platform tools folder
Open a cmd window from that folder
Type adb reboot bootloader
It should say fastbootusb
Type fastboot flash recovery recoveryname.img
Type fastboot erase cache
Done
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Download the recovery you want
Put the file in your platform tools folder
Open a cmd window from that folder
Type adb reboot bootloader
It should say fastbootusb
Type fastboot flash recovery recoveryname.img
Type fastboot erase cache
Done

thank you im going to try it out

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