Originally Posted by ricm68
I Hi, thanks a lot. I did the factory reset from bootloader and tried to install Android_Revolution_HD-One_M8_5.0 and after doing the process it returns failed. Also One_M8_1.54.401.10_odexed and Jmz_M8_StockRootedOdex-ATT and I just tried with cyanogenmod 11. While I installed this in twrp recovery it said failed but when I reboo0ted in stared loading. I installed gapps and now my phone is working at least. But I still can't flash a snse rom or a gpe rom because it fails in twrp.
That's about all I can tell you. Oh, and I see it's in android 4.4.4.
I don't understand how its so difficult for you to answer the basic questions I've asked multiple times now What happens when you run the RUU
The RUU should restore the phone to full functionality, albeit with stock recovery, no root, etc. (if that is what you want).
Of course, this is not ideal if you want to install custom ROMs (which I assume is the case).
What I would try is to re-install TWRP. I'm not aware of any bugs in the newest version (which it appears you have) that would prevent flashing all the ROMs you mentioned. So maybe its just an improper install:
Re-download the latest TWRP img file. Place file in your fastboot folder. Open command prompt (navigate to the fastboot folder) and type:
fastboot erase cache
fastboot flash recovery "filename.img"
(where "filename.img" is the actual file name of the TWRP img file, with no quotes)
From there, load a ROM to your device, boot into TWRP and try flashing the ROM.
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Also, it is becoming apparent to me that doing a factory reset in bootloader corrupts the internal memory. My advice is to never do this (factory reset within the OS settings or in recovery if you need to).
But if the internal memory was corrupt, you shouldn't be able to load any files onto the phone (including ROMs). It seems that your internal memory is ok (you can transfer files to the phone, access them, etc)?