Originally Posted by ..alee
So I had my HTC One rooted and I was using Revolution HD Rom with TWRP recovery. I decided to install rooted 4.3 Rom from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2341395
which means that
- Installed Radio from thread i mentioned
- Installed faux kernel
- Installed the ROM
The installation went fine and when I booted, I kept getting com.android.phone error. I read that I have to re-flash the radio. I did but no success and phone kept restarting. I did the whole process couple of times but no success.
The i decided to go back to 4.2 so i decided to install CleanROM which comes with built-in kernel (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2253527
) ... I mean the ROM.ZIP has kernel built in as wel .. .
So I installed it and when i started my phone, It is stuck in HTC One logo. No matter how many times i try, it is still there.
With clean ROM, I believe I have installed old kernel, now i don't know how to get my phone get back to workign ..
You probably just need to clear cache .. did you do a full factory reset going from GPE 4.3 to CleanRom ?
To clear the cache boot the phone to the bootloader (power + Vol down)
plug into the pc and go to your Fastboot folder and open command prompt and type "fastboot erase cache" then "fastboot reboot"
You really have to do a complete wipe/ factory reset when going from one version number to another IE: 4.3 to 4.2.2. You should also note that flashing a kernel has to be last in the line .. the rom you flashed last overwrites the kernel you just flashed.
So the correct order would be:
Factory reset / Wipe
Flash Kernel ( if you stick with CleanRom skip this step)
HTC One 32 GB AT&T (S-off, Unlocked, Rooted)
ROM: Kernel: Stock CID: CWS__001