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difference between HBOOT 1.01.0001 & HBOOT 1.01.0002

2nd June 2011, 09:59 AM |#1  
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What Is a difference between HBOOT 1.01.0001 & HBOOT 1.01.0002??
both w'll be S-OFF by ‪AlphaRev X ?
 
 
2nd June 2011, 10:32 AM |#2  
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Yea i guess, AlphaRev X will S-OFF all devices with HBOOT 1.x

edit: and if not i guess theres possible 1.01.0002 to 1.01.0001 downgrade
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Yea i guess, AlphaRev X will S-OFF all devices with HBOOT 1.x

edit: and if not i guess theres possible 1.01.0002 to 1.01.0001 downgrade

For the second: there jis indeed a tutorial that explanced how to do it.

For the first: it is not certain ATM: Alpharev didn't know that there was a 1.01.0002 hboot :) but they do now, they have got the bootloader file to test with and they have already stated that they want to provide support for the very latest hboots, so that includes this one as well.

Anyway, if the manage to replace the 1.01.0001, I don't see why it should not be possible for the 0002 as well. I can't imagine that the differences between the two are that big.

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For the second: there jis indeed a tutorial that explanced how to do it.

For the first: it is not certain ATM: Alpharev didn't know that there was a 1.01.0002 hboot :) but they do now, they have got the bootloader file to test with and they have already stated that they want to provide support for the very latest hboots, so that includes this one as well.

Anyway, if the manage to replace the 1.01.0001, I don't see why it should not be possible for the 0002 as well. I can't imagine that the differences between the two are that big.

Erwin

Maybe alpharevX is based on a exploit and 0002 fixes it, anyway downgrading from 0002 to 0001 is easy!
These kind of exploits usually work on specific versions....
5th June 2011, 05:44 PM |#5  
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There is actually no difference between 0002 and 0001 they both are same just a version difference-

0001 is made for WWE ROMS and 0002 is made for regional specific ROM like India, France etc..
6th June 2011, 10:24 PM |#6  
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If you watch the alpha rev x video on the website. You see the phone hboot go from 1.01.0002 to 1.01.0001 when the patch wad applied.

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If you watch the alpha rev x video on the website. You see the phone hboot go from 1.01.0002 to 1.01.0001 when the patch wad applied.

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That number on there hboot is something they can choose, as they make the hboot themself (and not hack it), they can do wathever they want with it. It is already said somewhere els: they will even make it 6.01.x so that htc has to make there next bootloader version higher than 6 to "update" the alpharev hboot to there own one using an OTA.
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