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Please post your bootloader details. To boot into the bootloader there are two methods.

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Hold the volume down button, then hold the power button (so you're holding both buttons together), the button lights will start to flash, they will stop flashing and the screen will go blank, after a couple of seconds let go of the power button but continue to hold the volume down button until you reach the white screen with text, this is your bootloader.

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Hold the volume down button, then hold the power button (so you're holding both buttons together), after a couple of seconds let go of the power button but continue to hold the volume down button until you reach the white screen with text, this is your bootloader.

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Cool. You also need to check your CID to make sure you don't have SuperCID. For that your gonna need adb/fastboot installed. Once you have that all setup you can issue this fastboot command:

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fastboot oem readcid
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Cool. You also need to check your CID to make sure you don't have SuperCID. For that your gonna need adb/fastboot installed. Once you have that all setup you can issue this fastboot command:

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That is a play store program I assume. There's a few ADB things and a couple fast reboot programs. Which one do I need? The fast reboot thing doesn't sound like a big time power user like the ADB ones do, but none say anything about fastboot so I'm a bit hesitant to just go grab the wrong one.
 
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It isn't a Play Store app, it's a program that you run on Windows. Google search "minimal adb and fastboot" and click the first result.

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It isn't a Play Store app, it's a program that you run on Windows. Google search "minimal adb and fastboot" and click the first result.

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OK got it installed and got my phone into usb debug mode. Using that command just leaves it stuck waiting for device. "abd devices" spits out " 'abd' is not recognized as an internal or external command..." Where am I going wrong now?
 
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OK got it installed and got my phone into usb debug mode. Using that command just leaves it stuck waiting for device. "abd devices" spits out " 'abd' is not recognized as an internal or external command..." Where am I going wrong now?
Is your phone actually in fastboot mode when giving the fastboot command? It must be booted into the bootloader and connected.

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Is your phone actually in fastboot mode when giving the fastboot command? It must be booted into the bootloader and connected.

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Alright, got it. Is this to check that it is in the special mode or did it put it in that non- superCID mode with the command. In any case, here's the report:

<bootloader> cid: CWS_001
OKAY [ 0.005s]
finished. total time 0.006s

Am I ready to go with the 4.2.2 now? I think I understand the method in the OP, just one thing. The vol+ and power button for stock recovery, is that the same button holding thing as to get to the bootloader or do I spam the buttons as fast as possible?
 
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Alright, got it. Is this to check that it is in the special mode or did it put it in that non- superCID mode with the command. In any case, here's the report:

<bootloader> cid: CWS_001
OKAY [ 0.005s]
finished. total time 0.006s

Am I ready to go with the 4.2.2 now? I think I understand the method in the OP, just one thing. The vol+ and power button for stock recovery, is that the same button holding thing as to get to the bootloader or do I spam the buttons as fast as possible?
You're good to go but you don't need to follow the method in the OP, it's far more difficult. Just download the 5.18 RUU from here:

http://dl3.htc.com/application/HTC_O...5.18.502.1.exe

It's a Windows program so all you do is connect your phone in bootloader mode, run the program, and follow the prompts. Make sure there are no other programs running, make sure HTC Sync Manager is uninstalled (leave the drivers though), and make sure screen saver/hibernation is turned off. Do not disconnect the cable during the update, make sure your battery in your phone is above 60%, and of you're using a laptop make sure that has enough juice too.

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You're good to go but you don't need to follow the method in the OP, it's far more difficult. Just download the 5.18 RUU from here:

http://dl3.htc.com/application/HTC_O...5.18.502.1.exe

It's a Windows program so all you do is connect your phone in bootloader mode, run the program, and follow the prompts. Make sure there are no other programs running, make sure HTC Sync Manager is uninstalled (leave the drivers though), and make sure screen saver/hibernation is turned off. Do not disconnect the cable during the update, make sure your battery in your phone is above 60%, and of you're using a laptop make sure that has enough juice too.

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Sweet, got it working. Thanks so much for the hand holding Guess I'll have to wait and see if my SIM issues come back, fingers crossed!

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