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Evo 4g lte won't boot after root attempt

OP RenoHal77

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8th June 2014, 08:21 AM   |  #1  
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Hello. I am at a loss. I just received an HTC Evo 4G LTE today and tried to root it with WinDroid Unversal HTC Toolkit v1.1. I unlocked the Bootloader and installed TWRP version 2.7.0.0 and that is working and I can boot into that. I next tried to flash a ROM and any ROM I try I get "error executing updater binary in zip." I read somewhere that I had to wipe data, system, cache, Dalvik and .android_secure. So I used TWRP to do that. Now when I reboot, it says I don't have an OS installed and when I choose to reboot, it just stays on the HTC logo and that's it. I still get the same error when trying to flash a ROM in TWRP. I tried flashing a ROM with fastboot and the latest RUU on HTC's website but it tells me to obtain correct RUU and try again. I don't know what else I can try. I've also tried relocking the bootloader, but then I can't get into recovery and doesn't make a difference with RUU. I just rewiped everything again, but now it won't mount the internal memory. Just the micro sd. I wiped the internal memory and now it will mount, but I just tried to flash a ROM again and get the same "error executing updater binary in zip." I also tried to flash boot.img and that worked ok. Then tried flashing rom using fastboot and got "data length is too large". I even tried fastboot erase cache, fastboot oem rebootRUU then tried flashing again with same results. Now when I turn off the phone and turn it back on, it goes directly to hboot.. can't even get to htc logo now. I would very much like to just go back to stock with no root. Nothing is working, please help
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