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Default Can't update OTA 4.4.2

I had flashed stock recovery from this one http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2568799 but after i finished i can't enter to stock recovery. It show me red triangle error sign and stop. I think because of i flashed different version of recovery. Right? If so how do i get 1.23.707.1 stock recovery or how can i upgrade 1.54.401.1? Any idea for this problem please?

Here is my processing step...

1. When i get ota update, unlock bootloader
2. Then flash stock recovery from above link.
3. Lock bootloader
4. My device is still rooted and i download ota update. Then i install.
5. Device restart and start loading but may be round about 20% it start show me red triangle and stop processing.

Here is my device version

CID-HTC__044
hboot-2.46.0000
software no 1.23.707.1
baseband version 4T.21.3218.04_10.15.1718.01L
build no 1.23.707.1 CL261636


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Have you tried to Ruu that will put everything to factory

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Try unroot it then.

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Well your first problem is that the Bootloader has to be locked for the OTA update to take affect. Make sure you have Stock Kernel, Rom and Recovery Installed.
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Well your first problem is that the Bootloader has to be locked for the OTA update to take affect. Make sure you have Stock Kernel, Rom and Recovery Installed.
He said his bootoader is locked.
 
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Have you tried to Ruu that will put everything to factory

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as far as I know, there is no RUU for international unit. if you have please share me a link. Thanks

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