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Join Date: Apr 2013
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Originally Posted by Youssef26500
So about 1 hour ago I attempted to install a kernel onto my rooted HTC One through Team Win Recovery Project. I got onto the kernel and loaded it
Once I was finished i went to reboot my phone and it shows the HTC splash screen and does nothing. I waited but with no response.
I got back onto the recovery screen to find out i no longer had an OS.
My computer (Windows 7 64-bit) cannot detect my HTC One. I have a couple of save backups i had done through TWRP available on my computer, but not on my One.
I have attempted to boot into the HTC screen (Power + Volume down) and tried a factory reset,but it just sent my back to the TWRP.
How can i reload my OS? Im not very experienced with android so step by step instructions would be just great.
Thank you very much
Since you can still access recovery..
1. Find a guide on how to 'adb push' or 'adb sideload' a ROM to your phone.
2. I'd recommend a ROM that doesn't require AROMA installer, it makes it a little easier. For now, CM 10.1 will be fine.
3. Once you can access your phone again, put your backups onto your phone from your computer.
4. Restore your backup in recovery.
Or you could just buy a USB-OTG cable and put the backup on a USB and restore in it TWRP.
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