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Somebody install the official RUU 4.2.2? I need help to install this update

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By dragon1876, Junior Member on 18th March 2014, 10:56 PM
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Iīm new here and need help to install the official update I have a Htc one x+ Thanks
 
 
19th March 2014, 12:10 AM |#2  
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Iīm new here and need help to install the official update I have a Htc one x+ Thanks

http://www.htc.com/us/support/htc-one-x-plus-att/news/ = RUU link

Charge phone to 100%
Enter fastboot mode
Fastboot oem lock

Then, run the ruu
Guide here: http://androidforums.com/one-s-all-t...htc-one-s.html
(same process for one s and one x)
19th March 2014, 02:09 AM |#3  
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I follow that steps but doesnīt work
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I follow that steps but doesnīt work

Can you be more specific? What did not work?
19th March 2014, 03:50 PM |#5  
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Can you be more specific? What did not work?

Ok, yesterday I download the 4.2.2 update from HTC website, then proceeded to update by following the steps in the same web, everything was ok normal, finish updating and restart the phone, then when the phone turn on I noticed three situations the phone will not update and continues with 4.1.1 JB, the other is the wifi does not connect fails and the last the partition of the internal memory does not appear!!!!
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19th March 2014, 11:37 PM |#6  
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Ok, yesterday I download the 4.2.2 update from HTC website, then proceeded to update by following the steps in the same web, everything was ok normal, finish updating and restart the phone, then when the phone turn on I noticed three situations the phone will not update and continues with 4.1.1 JB, the other is the wifi does not connect fails and the last the partition of the internal memory does not appear!!!!

OK, are you sure you charged your phone? The RUU needs at least 30% battery. Also, select fastboot before you run the RUU.

After you click next, it should say that the RUU has recognized your device and it will run on its own.
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OK, are you sure you charged your phone? The RUU needs at least 30% battery. Also, select fastboot before you run the RUU.

After you click next, it should say that the RUU has recognized your device and it will run on its own.

yes of course my friend the phone had 90% the charge but you say the update shuold be in mode bootloader?
20th March 2014, 01:31 AM |#8  
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RUU appears to work, but stuck on bootscreen logo
I also installed the OTA update, which did eventually get to 4.2.2, but after a few days went into bootloop. I applied the RUU with no luck. It appears to work, but then reboots to the htc screen and hangs.

I've also unlocked, installed custom recoveries. TWRP or CWM no touch for the HTC One X+ At&t. both report errors of unable to mount /anything. TWRP refuses to sideload or install a ROM after adb push (which I can get to work sometimes). CWM will install from sideload, but ROM install (Elegancia 6.2) stops at 13.07% and hangs.

I have tried all of the steps from multiple posts in these forums and what works for others seems never to work for my phone. What could the problem be? Permanently unable to see the partitions? Something corrupt in hboot 1.73? Since I can't access the phone to change the USB debugging setting (not sure if it was checked or not) and I can't change the fastboot mode in settings (last set to fastboot enabled), perhaps trying a factory reset caused the problem (one thread mentioned factory reset won't work if the settings say fastboot within the phone).

No clue, so any insight would be helpful. At this point, after weeks of trying to fix this phone, I'm nearly ready to give up. I'm stubborn, but now I suspect there's an unsolvable problem that I just don't have the expertise to see.
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I also installed the OTA update, which did eventually get to 4.2.2, but after a few days went into bootloop. I applied the RUU with no luck. It appears to work, but then reboots to the htc screen and hangs.

I've also unlocked, installed custom recoveries. TWRP or CWM no touch for the HTC One X+ At&t. both report errors of unable to mount /anything. TWRP refuses to sideload or install a ROM after adb push (which I can get to work sometimes). CWM will install from sideload, but ROM install (Elegancia 6.2) stops at 13.07% and hangs.

I have tried all of the steps from multiple posts in these forums and what works for others seems never to work for my phone. What could the problem be? Permanently unable to see the partitions? Something corrupt in hboot 1.73? Since I can't access the phone to change the USB debugging setting (not sure if it was checked or not) and I can't change the fastboot mode in settings (last set to fastboot enabled), perhaps trying a factory reset caused the problem (one thread mentioned factory reset won't work if the settings say fastboot within the phone).

No clue, so any insight would be helpful. At this point, after weeks of trying to fix this phone, I'm nearly ready to give up. I'm stubborn, but now I suspect there's an unsolvable problem that I just don't have the expertise to see.


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Go here and follow the instructions

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=46123016

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