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[Q] HTC One Stuck in Bootloader! (HELP)

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By aidanbern, Junior Member on 14th April 2014, 05:11 PM
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17th April 2014, 11:25 PM |#31  
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Ok thanks alray but I have a problem when I try to flash anything to my phone from fast boot it doesn't work. So for flashing recovery this shows up sending recovery' (8590 KB)...
OKAY [ 1.330s]
Writing 'recovery'...
FAILED (remote: image update error)
Finished. Total time: 1.573s
So that's what I get and I have done it multiple times but it never flashes it on there and it says basically the se thing when erasing cache (remote erasing error!) so idk what that means do you I haven't found anything on it on the forums?thanks

Please, request your thread to be moved to the correct forum (HTC One mini M4UL). You are on the HTC One (M7) forum and you will have much accurate directives for your phone in the appropriate forum. You can ask your thread to be moved by editing your thread title (first post).

I.e: [Q] HTC One mini Stuck in Bootloader! (Please move to HTC one mini)

Sorry, i don't know much about the M4 variant and prefer not taking the risk of giving you bad directions that could make the situation worse.
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18th April 2014, 12:00 AM |#32  
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Please, request your thread to be moved to the correct forum (HTC One mini M4UL). You are on the HTC One (M7) forum and you will have much accurate directives for your phone in the appropriate forum. You can ask your thread to be moved by editing your thread title (first post).

I.e: [Q] HTC One mini Stuck in Bootloader! (Please move to HTC one mini)

Sorry, i don't know much about the M4 variant and prefer not taking the risk of giving you bad directions that could make the situation worse.

My Wife has the mini and it's not that much different in terms of how flashing and rooting work. Just different recovery, and roms. the error he has sounds like the bootloader is still locked. @aidanbern can you post a picture of the bootloader ?
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18th April 2014, 12:07 AM |#33  
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My Wife has the mini and it's not that much different in terms of how flashing and rooting work. Just different recovery, and roms. the error he has sounds like the bootloader is still locked. @aidanbern can you post a picture of the bootloader ?

lol indeed I assumed he unlocked the bootloader but just realized I never told him to do before flashing the recovery...

oups..

thanks for the info about the M4 and M7 being similar
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lol indeed I assumed he unlocked the bootloader but just realized I never told him to do before flashing the recovery...

oups..

thanks for the info about the M4 and M7 being similar

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My Wife has the mini and it's not that much different in terms of how flashing and rooting work. Just different recovery, and roms. the error he has sounds like the bootloader is still locked. @aidanbern can you post a picture of the bootloader ?

Ohhh yes bootloader is unlocked I have s on though...
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18th April 2014, 12:46 AM |#35  
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Ohhh yes bootloader is unlocked I have s on though...

s-off should not be necessary but rumrunner will s-off your phone
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s-off should not be necessary but rumrunner will s-off your phone

Should I do that? And I don't think it works either with the state of my phone? Idk man I think my phone might be done :;((
18th April 2014, 01:14 AM |#37  
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Should I do that? And I don't think it works either with the state of my phone? Idk man I think my phone might be done :;((

well if you can get to a windows PC relock the bootloader try and flash the RUU
http://www.androidruu.com/getdownloa...3_signed_2.exe
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well if you can get to a windows PC relock the bootloader try and flash the RUU
http://www.androidruu.com/getdownloa...3_signed_2.exe

Hahaha ok thanks for all the help guys
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