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[Q] Downgrade hboot prior to sending phone for service?

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2nd May 2014, 10:05 AM   |  #11  
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Sorry should have mentioned that. It goes like this..

adb reboot-bootloader
fastboot oem rebootRUU
fastboot flash zip hboot.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 hboot.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






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Sorry should have mentioned that. It goes like this..

adb reboot-bootloader
fastboot oem rebootRUU
fastboot flash zip hboot.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 hboot.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






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Thanks for the instructions! My phone has left country now! Will save one way courier money and hopefully get in warranty service - sent with s-off, but Locked.
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Thanks for the instructions! My phone has left country now! Will save one way courier money and hopefully get in warranty service - sent with s-off, but Locked.

Hope all goes well.

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Hope all goes well.

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Got my One back! Camera is awesome now. Low light, normal light, sunlight... every situation the camera excels.
Sensor is ov6488, no date.
Only thing that that is bugging me, but I can live with it - using flash results in a very light green hue on the entire photograph. But I rarely use flash.
And the camera lens (and the flash module) are a little off-center from glass at the back, but it seems to have no effect on the photos, so I am fine (but just a little annoyed) with it.
At the same time, I want to confirm a couple of things -
1) Does this sensor have OIS - had read somewhere it is same sensor as the one used in M8, which doesn't have OIS
2) The photos appear distorted towards the ends/edges - a characteristic of the wide angle lense I understand - but with the prior sensor, when I use to set Crop as Regular, the photos use to get straight at ends/edges; but that is not the case anymore - no matter what Crop I select - Wide, Regular, and Square, photos are distorted/wide at ends/edges. Hope this is the way it is suppose to be.

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