[Q] Problems with custom rom HTC one
I know there are a million posts about this, but I have been through them all trying to follow the guidance because the problems seemed to be the same as others have faced, but I feel differently now....
I unlocked my HTC one, following the htc dev site.
I installed TWRP (I cannot for the life of me get CWM to load into reovery, it only reboots the phone...)
loaded the roms/Super SU onto the SD card.
I know my phone is rooted (or i should assume?) because SuperSU is requiring me to grant access to apps and such.
I flash the custom ROM to the phone, install the package following Revolutions steps. Complete installation, return to fastboot menu. Flash boot.img, clear cache and reboot phone....Phone goes to the HTC Quietly Brilliant screen, with the development message at the bottom and continues to reboot over and over and over from there.
What did I do wrong?
I know pretty much have a phone that wont work because even after restoring it, it is ina boot loop after it fully boots up and nothing is loading correctly. Is there any way to start this from scratch?
I tried doing an ADB sideload of Revolution HD.
I do a factory wipe before i load any rom....
I have tried multiple ROMS...all the same effect....
I also get the message after installing the ROM from TWRP that "your device is not rooted, swipe to install superSU" so sometimes i swipe it, sometimes i dont...either way same result.
I flashed a ROM called 42ONE....it ended up successfully booting past the HTC screen and is currently updating the android system...However, it will operate for about 2 minutes then the phone reboots like it was before when i tried to restore....what the heck?!?