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HTC ONE SV stuck on black screen with battery showing

18th June 2014, 07:23 PM |#21  
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No, you need a working os.
Did you flash boot.img with fastboot already?
And you can't boot into the os?

Flashed boot.img with Fastboot (dosn't look like the phone does anything when i execute it though)
18th June 2014, 07:41 PM |#22  
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You don't see a difference.
And whats the state now? Don't let me pull everything out of you....
18th June 2014, 07:57 PM |#23  
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You don't see a difference.
And whats the state now? Don't let me pull everything out of you....

well there isn;t really much to tell i am now able to flash the roms to the phone via CMD but nothing works just boots up into a black screen with battery and no single
18th June 2014, 08:02 PM |#24  
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But you should not flash the whole rom with fastboot, only boot.img.
And i'm not sure what you mean with "black screen and no single".
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But you should not flash the whole rom with fastboot, only boot.img.
And i'm not sure what you mean with "black screen and no single".

Thats right i am only flashing the .img file

and ummm ok
so imagen the phone was on, but all you can see instead of the main screen is just the top bar,
so system stuff, rather that the os, battery, time, recption, that kinda of thing,

just nothing you can press or touch
18th June 2014, 08:16 PM |#26  
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Hmm, this should not happen with a stock rom.
Did you wipe in wipe menu -> advanced the things i mentioned above?
Otherwise try to restore the stock backup in mentioned.
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Hello everybody i have the same problem. i'm stuck on . This is ViperSV 1.5 boot.img flashed by fastboot. TWRP 2.7.0.1, hboot 2.21, superCID, S-ON.
I don't have orginal ROM or backup. When i got this phone it was all ready wiped by TWRP

version: 0.5
version-bootloader: 2.21.0000
version-baseband: 1.23.40h.00.05
version-cpld: None
version-microp: None
version-main:
version-misc: PVT SHIP S-ON
serialno: ------------------
imei: ------------------
meid:
product: k2_ul
platform: HBOOT-8930
modelid: PL8010000
cidnum: 11111111
battery-status: good
battery-voltage: 3904mV
partition-layout: Generic
security: on
build-mode: SHIP
boot-mode: FASTBOOT
commitno-bootloader: dirty-2bb255c2
hbootpreupdate: 11
gencheckpt: 0

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3rd November 2014, 10:53 AM |#28  
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Anyone ??


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