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Hey guys I rooted my HTC One M8 a few days ago. But is there any way to get it to 100% stock again? If not, will it be available in the near future? Thanks.
 
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Hey guys I rooted my HTC One M8 a few days ago. But is there any way to get it to 100% stock again? If not, will it be available in the near future? Thanks.
Not yet. There's no 100% stock rom out, nor is there an RUU available.

That's what you'd want to wait for, since the RUU is a complete stock rom. No ETA on that unfortunately.

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Not yet. There's no 100% stock rom out, nor is there an RUU available.

That's what you'd want to wait for, since the RUU is a complete stock rom. No ETA on that unfortunately.

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And when the RUU is available for the T-Mobile variant, how do I know? Will it be on Android Development?
 
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There's a thread with stock backup ROM. You can restore that and flash a stock recovery after.

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Hey guys I rooted my HTC One M8 a few days ago. But is there any way to get it to 100% stock again? If not, will it be available in the near future? Thanks.
Here I posted a stock backup and recovery http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2714456

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Here I posted a stock backup and recovery http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2714456

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And can I restore that backup if I ran the GPE RUU? Or do I have to wait until the stock RUU gets released?
 
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And can I restore that backup if I ran the GPE RUU? Or do I have to wait until the stock RUU gets released?
Look in that same thread where you did the gpe ruu. Post 2 has instructions on how to get back to sense. The two have different partitions so you can't simply flash a sense ROM after running gpe full conversion

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