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[GUIDE] Return your European M8 to 100% Stock - S-OFF REQUIRED

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3rd July 2015, 05:15 PM |#591  
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There is no firmware in the first post, so it cannot be corrupted. Read the first post again.

"4.16.401.10 RUU ZIP -drive.google.com/file/d/0B17...B3NWxoNnM/view (renamed to ruu.zip - not ruu.zip.zip!)" - this file.

I've found a working file now, so nvm about this

But I still have one problem left: during first configuration of the phone I keep getting message that this is a test device. Do you know how to get rid of it? I think that I need to re-lock bootloader...
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3rd July 2015, 06:12 PM |#592  
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"4.16.401.10 RUU ZIP -drive.google.com/file/d/0B17...B3NWxoNnM/view (renamed to ruu.zip - not ruu.zip.zip!)" - this file.

I've found a working file now, so nvm about this

But I still have one problem left: during first configuration of the phone I keep getting message that this is a test device. Do you know how to get rid of it? I think that I need to re-lock bootloader...

With unlocked bootloader it's normal.
Do you have my some problem in recovery mode?

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3rd July 2015, 06:16 PM |#593  
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I have to relock bootloader to make this "test device message" dissappear?
And is there any chance that i can remove TWRP recovery and flash it with stock recovery?
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THANK YOU! I've been trying for so long to go back to stock. I've had nothing but problems with custom roms and now with this guide I'm back at stock and the phone is performing like it should rather than like a slug in glue. Thanks
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Question about correct order
Hi i want to ask if i can run the commands to lock the bootloader and reset tampered in fast boot without twrp with stock recovery .And i want to ask also when we do the s-on when the bootloader is locked? or we s-on and then do the commands from recovery to lock and reset tampered. I want to be fully stock with s-on and lock boot loader..I just dont know what is the correct order to do it. I gues first s-on with writesecureflag 3 command ant the lock boot loader and reset tampered ant the ruu and back to stock.Please correct me if i am wrong
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Hi i want to ask if i can run the commands to lock the bootloader and reset tampered in fast boot without twrp with stock recovery .And i want to ask also when we do the s-on when the bootloader is locked? or we s-on and then do the commands from recovery to lock and reset tampered. I want to be fully stock with s-on and lock boot loader..I just dont know what is the correct order to do it. I gues first s-on with writesecureflag 3 command ant the lock boot loader and reset tampered ant the ruu and back to stock.Please correct me if i am wrong
thanks in advance

Why would you want to go back to S-ON? It's not necessary for warranty work and they would never know whether the phone shipped S-OFF or not. Some say returning to S-ON can be "dangerous" as well.
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