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Returning to Stock T-MOB101

20th June 2014, 03:05 PM   |  #11  
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Hmm, strange thing, as I actually read it again that there must be s-on and everything stock, to get rid of it, but nevermind.

Really, where could I get that RUU from? As far as I know only the Sprint or Verizon Variant does have a RUU not the International One.
Furthermore would I need the RUU from T-Mobile as the release it with their branding, not HTC.
20th June 2014, 03:21 PM   |  #12  
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Hmm, strange thing, as I actually read it again that there must be s-on and everything stock, to get rid of it, but nevermind.

Really, where could I get that RUU from? As far as I know only the Sprint or Verizon Variant does have a RUU not the International One.
Furthermore would I need the RUU from T-Mobile as the release it with their branding, not HTC.

"Hmm, strange thing, as I actually read it again that there must be s-on and everything stock, to get rid of it, but nevermind."
If you have an s-on device you can change bootloader status to relocked but if you have soff device you can change bootloader stats to locked so you will get 100% warranty.I dont know about version or sprint but the ruu is available for unbranded EU model.
15th November 2014, 12:37 AM   |  #13  
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hi guys
i don t find the recovery stock of my htc one m8 cid tmob101 firmware 3.32.111.3 .
you can help me? thx
13th March 2015, 12:03 AM   |  #14  
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hi guys
i don t find the recovery stock of my htc one m8 cid tmob101 firmware 3.32.111.3 .
you can help me? thx

The site is in german... use google chrome to translate.
You'll find everything you need to restore T-MOB101 M8.

http://www.handy-faq.de/forum/htc_on...s_backups.html
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13th March 2015, 02:16 PM   |  #15  
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The site is in german... use google chrome to translate.
You'll find everything you need to restore T-MOB101 M8.

http://www.handy-faq.de/forum/htc_on...s_backups.html

Actually, on that site there is a RUU for unbranded phones only. For T-MOB101 they have a nand backup and firmware. I'm still thinking whether I want to use that. That is, I have a similar issue as the OP, I mean, I want to reinstall Android, although I'm completely stock, unrooted, etc. It's just that the Lollipop update screwed everything up and I'm hoping that reinstalling will fix it. Unfortunately, for CID T-MOB101 no RUU is available. So, I either have to use the backup and then flash firmware, for which I have to root and install custom recovery first, or I have to wait till HTC comes up with Android 5.1.
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