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Phone [Q] Bricked HTC EVO LTE

NEED HELP! PHONE IS SOOOO BRICKED. My phone is rooted, i tried to flash CM via CWM but now i am in bootloop. I have wiped the Dalvik/Cashe, wipe data/ factory reset AND tried to flash RUU but all fails. First time in a bootloop so i'm lost. Not sure what info would be helpful so i will give some random data.

HBOOT 2.09.0000

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Software version 3.15.xxxx
 
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FYI bricked = just that won't turn on at all lol
Since you are s-on you need to flash the kernel/boot.img first

Edit have a look at this and it will explain everything
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...9#post40848479
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FYI bricked = just that won't turn on at all lol
Since you are s-on you need to flash the kernel/boot.img first

Edit have a look at this and it will explain everything
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...9#post40848479
This. Your issue is that you're S-on and you need to install the kernel separately from the ROM itself. My guide that BD619 linked above will explain everything and get you going in the right direction. Also, make sure you're using the correct CWM recovery. Don't use the old one-use Philz CWM Touch recovery.

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