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Is their Return to stock with s off tutorial yet?

12th April 2014, 11:41 AM |#11  
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IF you have an unbranded EU handset there is a way to get back to 100% stock with a bit of imagination...

1. Flash the stock odexed 1.54.401.5 ROM @mike1986. provided HERE
2. Flash the stock 1.54.401.5 recovery provided HERE
3. Relock the bootloader (or, if S-OFF, reset the tampered flag and lock it again)

You could also look into flashing the 1.54.401.5 firmware package to be ultra-sure you have everything done but if you were already on 1.54.401.5 before going custom it's not really required

That should do it...

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12th April 2014, 11:52 AM |#12  
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3. Relock the bootloader (or, if S-OFF, reset the tampered flag and lock it again)

But.. how?
I mean, I know how to relock (there's an HTC official method), but if i'm S-OFF, how can i lock?
12th April 2014, 02:02 PM |#13  
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There's a thread on removing tampered and showing locked in android Dev section. I believe it just flashes a modified hboot file. Then you just need to s-on:

Fastboot oem writesecureflag 3

Then lock your bootloader which you know how to do.

There have been issues with running an RUU after messing with your bootloader while S-on with HTC Phones in the past so to minimize possible bricking be sure to see your CID back to its original if you changed it and possibly even leaving the phone S-Off if you plan to continue using it after returning to stock.

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12th April 2014, 06:27 PM |#14  
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There's a thread on removing tampered and showing locked in android Dev section. I believe it just flashes a modified hboot file. Then you just need to s-on:

Fastboot oem writesecureflag 3

Then lock your bootloader which you know how to do.

There have been issues with running an RUU after messing with your bootloader while S-on with HTC Phones in the past so to minimize possible bricking be sure to see your CID back to its original if you changed it and possibly even leaving the phone S-Off if you plan to continue using it after returning to stock.

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No, you can lock it first as doing the normal will show 'relocked'. When S-OFF, you can set it back to 'locked' and then S-ON again (if you really want to). Guides are in General on how to do this
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