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Help me please :((((((

13th May 2014, 10:34 AM |#31  
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@nkk71 Would the work you and @cschmitt did on active command overflow be of any help restoring the misc partition?

We tried, but unfortunately the noBCB recovery didnt work here

I'm not sure why, but maybe because he's on hboot 1.55... the other two cases that worked were able to downgrade to hboot 1.44 since they were S-Off.
 
 
13th May 2014, 10:49 AM |#32  
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We tried, but unfortunately the noBCB recovery didnt work here

I'm not sure why, but maybe because he's on hboot 1.55... the other two cases that worked were able to downgrade to hboot 1.44 since they were S-Off.

Apologies, just jumped straight to thread, didn't read further back.

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13th May 2014, 04:40 PM |#33  
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@nkk71 Would the work you and @cschmitt did on active command overflow be of any help restoring the misc partition?


Download from AndroidFileHost:http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407590873


Step 1: Install the noBCB recovery
Code:
C:\ADB3>fastboot devices
HT34xxxxxxxx fastboot <i>adb devices
List of devices attached
HT34xxxxxxxx recovery <i>adb push mmcblk0p19_repaired.img /tmp/
2130 KB/s (1047040 bytes in 0.479s)


C:\ADB3>adb shell dd if=/tmp/mmcblk0p19_repaired.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p19
2045+0 records in
2045+0 records out
1047040 bytes (1022.5KB) copied, 0.048894 seconds, 20.4MB/s


C:\ADB3>adb reboot bootloader
You should now be back in bootloader with NO active cmdline overflow, be able to flash, enter the recovery of your choice, and install things appropriate for your phone.


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this is for me or what
13th May 2014, 04:48 PM |#34  
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this is for me or what


if you see the pic i dont have OS on my device can this problem be fixed
13th May 2014, 07:42 PM |#35  
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Unhappy same here
i have the same problem here but i have clockwormod recovery. i have tried to push files on my htc one m7 but i always fail. i have deleted everything including the OS on my htc one by accident and i think due to that, my usb storage doesn't show up when i plug my phone to my pc, even on bootloader mode. please i'd be very happy if you guys come to my help.
13th May 2014, 08:15 PM |#36  
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i have the same problem here but i have clockwormod recovery. i have tried to push files on my htc one m7 but i always fail. i have deleted everything including the OS on my htc one by accident and i think due to that, my usb storage doesn't show up when i plug my phone to my pc, even on bootloader mode. please i'd be very happy if you guys come to my help.

try do download the right drivers for your htc one also to get it download sync manager you will get the drivers
http://www.htc.com/www/software/htc-sync-manager/
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