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[Q] How to fix 7 vibrations and S-off when the device is already unlocked and rooted?

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Check the General Forum for S-OFF .... Rumrunner exploited for Desire C but be warned that if you are on HBOOT 1.31.xxx it may not reboot....

Looking into it to get 1.31.xxx working.

The multiple vibrations are still present and warned of, must be a side effect of the exploit.

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Works fine with 1.31

Clear some space on the PC and start a comparison between S-ON/S-OFF RADIOS but I'm willing to bet it's at a lower level than the RADIO that causes the 7 vibrations on Boot.

My thoughts are it's to do with cfg data and gpio pins on boot that secures the MSM chip :what:

Bashing away at my HTC Desire C
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THE END IS NIGH....S-OFF HERE WE COME...
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ACER E320 1.005.00 ROM EUU
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