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[Q] HTC Desire 500 - How to roll back to STOCK-firmware

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By Phoenix007, Member on 27th January 2014, 03:09 PM
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Could someone write a guide how to roll back to Stock ROM for HTC Desire 500 ?

The rom's are posted for single and dual sim, but no guide how to rollback / install those rom's.

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8th March 2014, 09:30 PM |#2  
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"Resolved" HTC Desire 500 - How to roll back to STOCK-firmware
here is a tutorial to go back to a stock rom , it's work for me

If someone wanted to have updates on your HTC , and do not work with a modified recovery , here is how to replace the normal recovery and how to lock the bootloader again .
1 grab a pack
For Dual Simhttps .dropbox.com/s/g0lfv7bmoh...g_Recovery.rar
and unpack to a directory eg c :/ android or for One Sim .dropbox.com/s/80x1awvlq2a3w55/recovery.img (thanks pasiasia )
2 Please note that the drivers were installed and the phone was switched on usb debugging .
3 Pull out the battery and put in the time and turn while holding turn down .
4 Plug the phone into the USB and select Bootup .
5 Depending on the system being used by looking console ( cmd) and be sure to have or give administrator privileges (on Windows 7)
6 In the console , type:
c:
cd android
7 After entering the directory , type : fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
8 If the messages appeared to have made ​​everything with no errors , move on
9 Locking the bootloader can be done using the command: fastboot oem lock
After that will restart and recovery we have restored and locked bootloader .

For me it worked , but I do not take responsibility for it , and you do so at your own risk. After that I made an update to version 1.13.401.2 OTA .

it's from hungrian forum
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10th April 2014, 11:04 PM |#3  
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30th April 2014, 03:40 AM |#4  
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Smile the link for dual sim is not working, pls check it out. Thank you
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Originally Posted by zaii0007

here is a tutorial to go back to a stock rom , it's work for me

If someone wanted to have updates on your HTC , and do not work with a modified recovery , here is how to replace the normal recovery and how to lock the bootloader again .
1 grab a pack
For Dual Simhttps .dropbox.com/s/g0lfv7bmoh...g_Recovery.rar
and unpack to a directory eg c :/ android or for One Sim .dropbox.com/s/80x1awvlq2a3w55/recovery.img (thanks pasiasia )
2 Please note that the drivers were installed and the phone was switched on usb debugging .
3 Pull out the battery and put in the time and turn while holding turn down .
4 Plug the phone into the USB and select Bootup .
5 Depending on the system being used by looking console ( cmd) and be sure to have or give administrator privileges (on Windows 7)
6 In the console , type:
c:
cd android
7 After entering the directory , type : fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
8 If the messages appeared to have made ​​everything with no errors , move on
9 Locking the bootloader can be done using the command: fastboot oem lock
After that will restart and recovery we have restored and locked bootloader .

For me it worked , but I do not take responsibility for it , and you do so at your own risk. After that I made an update to version 1.13.401.2 OTA .

it's from hungrian forum

Pls post the dual sim link again.....
10th September 2014, 12:22 AM |#5  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by zaii0007

here is a tutorial to go back to a stock rom , it's work for me

If someone wanted to have updates on your HTC , and do not work with a modified recovery , here is how to replace the normal recovery and how to lock the bootloader again .
1 grab a pack
For Dual Simhttps .dropbox.com/s/g0lfv7bmoh...g_Recovery.rar
and unpack to a directory eg c :/ android or for One Sim .dropbox.com/s/80x1awvlq2a3w55/recovery.img (thanks pasiasia )
2 Please note that the drivers were installed and the phone was switched on usb debugging .
3 Pull out the battery and put in the time and turn while holding turn down .
4 Plug the phone into the USB and select Bootup .
5 Depending on the system being used by looking console ( cmd) and be sure to have or give administrator privileges (on Windows 7)
6 In the console , type:
c:
cd android
7 After entering the directory , type : fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
8 If the messages appeared to have made ​​everything with no errors , move on
9 Locking the bootloader can be done using the command: fastboot oem lock
After that will restart and recovery we have restored and locked bootloader .

For me it worked , but I do not take responsibility for it , and you do so at your own risk. After that I made an update to version 1.13.401.2 OTA .

it's from hungrian forum

Could you Post a link to the original post because the dual sim link is unusable
10th December 2014, 03:42 PM |#6  
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Wink recovey link for Dual Sim
recovey link for Dual Sim

link 1:
alborzgsm.com/albgsm/attachments/53d1416831361-recovery_cwm_hboot1.03_no-misc.img


link 2:

dropbox.com/s/g0lfv7bmoh8ybj3/HTC500_Org_Recovery.rar


i test it, but is not usefull ...
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