Your CID will remain SuperCID only. If you want to go back to the Vodafone CID, you will have to use the 'writecid' command. If you're giving the phone for repair, then you'll have to change to the HTC_102. If not, stay on SuperCID. The RUU will work perfectly on SuperCID
Next, i would never recommend you to go back S-ON. Stay S-OFF. However, if you insist on going S-ON, S-ON ONLY AFTER YOU'RE SUCCESSFULLY ON STOCK FIRMWARE AND HBOOT VERSION IS 1.44/1.54.
Do not S-ON before the RUU is flashed. Do not S-ON if HBOOT is 1.55/1.56. Otherwise, the TAMPERED flag will re-appear
thanks for the reply. Its hboot 1.44.. I am selling it and its supposed to be getting sold as stock... I have just pushed a nandroid for the euro over but had a md5 check error. think this may be because i opened one of the rars to make sure it was for my model id so im re pushing it.. My main concern is.. Can i flash say a ruu exe. leave super cid. lock bootloader and then s-on without a brick?
Look, if you're gonna sell the phone as stock, don't sell it as SuperCID. Sell it with the HTC__102 CID
If for some reason, you still want to sell it as SuperCID, then ignore the first step. Follow these steps in order
1. Change your CID to the stock Vodafone CID (HTC__102)
2. Flash this in TWRP 188.8.131.52 (ive had personal experience, none with CWM):
Choose "Lock Bootloader" and "remove TAMPERED"
3. Once you choose these 2 options and flash the zip, go back to the bootloader and check that the bootloader is now LOCKED and no TAMPERED
4. Now, flash this RUU.exe:
5. Once the phone boots up successfully, the last thing left is to S-ON. Remember, S-ON the phone before you install any OTA's. Technically, as soon as the phone boots. To S-ON:
Get the phone to fastboot mode, open command prompt on ur PC in the fastboot folder and type:
fastboot oem writesecureflag 3
Then, reboot the phone thrice. It will be S-ON again
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