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Htc One stuck on Logo, need 1.29.666.17 RUU to flash or another solution

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10th May 2014, 03:02 PM   |  #31  
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Did it update ?
your MID PN0712000 could be a problem for getting OTA with .401 RUU
The Brightstar RUU is for PN0712000 and CID: BS_US001 (Super CID will also work). Just remember to never lock your bootloader and Stay s-off Forever

if you want to move to android 4.3
use this http://www.htc1guru.com/dld/ruu-zip-...decrypted-zip/

you flash this from fastboot RUU mode
change your CID - fastboot oem writecid BS_US001

Instructions for Flashing RUU Zip Files:

Download the RUU.zip file and place in your ADB/fastboot folder. I would recommend renaming the zip file to something simple like ruu.zip.

Boot your phone into the bootloader by holding the power and vol up/down buttons at the same time until you see the bootloader screen or if you have your phone booted you can use the ADB command:

adb reboot-bootloader

Now use these fastboot commands:

fastboot oem rebootRUU

Should see the Silver HTC logo. Now issue this command to flash your phone using the ruu.zip file:

fastboot flash zip ruu.zip

Now the first time you issue a command to flash firmware/ruu in fastboot it only prepares the flash. You have to issue the exact command again:

fastboot flash zip ruu.zip

The green status bar usually does not reach the 100% mark. When the output in the command window is complete, you can reboot:

fastboot reboot

**Notes about the RUU.zip method. You still need to have the proper CID for the RUU. You can run the RUU.zip with super CID, but you will have to lock your bootloader first. If you are running the RUU.zip as base to downgrade all your firmware because you are going to then going to restore a stock Nandroid so the RUU might not be made for your MID, so you may need to edit the android-info.txt inside the ruu.zip to include your MID or CID.


If you want to jump to Kitkat 4.4.2 use this
http://www.htc1guru.com/dld/ruu_m7_u..._signed_3-exe/

Alt download site
http://www.androidruu.com/getdownloa...7_signed_3.exe

After this you will have a true Developer Edition Phone and as long as you stay on stock recovery you will get OTA updates. (hint: you can find stock recovery's here > http://d-h.st/71m )

It did successfully flash the RUU but it seems like you were correct in saying OTA updates would be a problem.
I'll try the 4.4.2 Kitkat one and I'll get back to you in a bit.
11th May 2014, 04:46 PM   |  #32  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by clsA

Did it update ?
your MID PN0712000 could be a problem for getting OTA with .401 RUU
The Brightstar RUU is for PN0712000 and CID: BS_US001 (Super CID will also work). Just remember to never lock your bootloader and Stay s-off Forever

if you want to move to android 4.3
use this http://www.htc1guru.com/dld/ruu-zip-...decrypted-zip/

you flash this from fastboot RUU mode
change your CID - fastboot oem writecid BS_US001

Instructions for Flashing RUU Zip Files:

Download the RUU.zip file and place in your ADB/fastboot folder. I would recommend renaming the zip file to something simple like ruu.zip.

Boot your phone into the bootloader by holding the power and vol up/down buttons at the same time until you see the bootloader screen or if you have your phone booted you can use the ADB command:

adb reboot-bootloader

Now use these fastboot commands:

fastboot oem rebootRUU

Should see the Silver HTC logo. Now issue this command to flash your phone using the ruu.zip file:

fastboot flash zip ruu.zip

Now the first time you issue a command to flash firmware/ruu in fastboot it only prepares the flash. You have to issue the exact command again:

fastboot flash zip ruu.zip

The green status bar usually does not reach the 100% mark. When the output in the command window is complete, you can reboot:

fastboot reboot

**Notes about the RUU.zip method. You still need to have the proper CID for the RUU. You can run the RUU.zip with super CID, but you will have to lock your bootloader first. If you are running the RUU.zip as base to downgrade all your firmware because you are going to then going to restore a stock Nandroid so the RUU might not be made for your MID, so you may need to edit the android-info.txt inside the ruu.zip to include your MID or CID.


If you want to jump to Kitkat 4.4.2 use this
http://www.htc1guru.com/dld/ruu_m7_u..._signed_3-exe/

Alt download site
http://www.androidruu.com/getdownloa...7_signed_3.exe

After this you will have a true Developer Edition Phone and as long as you stay on stock recovery you will get OTA updates. (hint: you can find stock recovery's here > http://d-h.st/71m )

I flashed the zip file for android 4.3 and it worked! Once I got back stock recovery my OTA updates worked again and I'm currently on Android 4.4.2 + Sense 5.5.
My problem is solved! Thanks again fir all your help!
Last edited by Als26; 11th May 2014 at 04:49 PM.
11th May 2014, 05:38 PM   |  #33  
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I flashed the zip file for android 4.3 and it worked! Once I got back stock recovery my OTA updates worked again and I'm currently on Android 4.4.2 + Sense 5.5.
My problem is solved! Thanks again fir all your help!

You Bet !!! Enjoy your Phone
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