I'm a 16 year old boy, which wanted to install a custom ROM on my HTC One S Villec2
Yesterday I rooted my phone, to install a custom ROM. I didn't manage to flash it (First Status 7, and after Status 1) And this morning I wanted to give it another try.
I copied the ROM onto my SD card, and tried to flash it, but I realised that I didnt't wipe the System, Cache and SD-Card.
So I wiped it, but I didn't make a back-up!
Now I've got a HTC with no OS, and no ROM. Even the standard Jelly Bean (4.1.1 - S4+) is gone.
USB-Debugging is disabled. since there is no OS running on the HTC.
I googled about putting the standard ROM back on, and it says you need to remove the SD-Card from the HTC.
The problem is; You can't remove the SD-Card from the HTC One S, since it's built in, and not removable.
I want to go back to the standard OS, while USB Debugging is disabled and I can't reach the SD-Card from my Computer. Is this possible?
I'm a beginner, and used HTC One S All-In-One tool to root it.
Is my phone bricked or is there any hope?
Recovery: TWRP v184.108.40.206