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[APP] Flash Image GUI - Flash Kernels and Recoveries from normal Android mode!

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4th March 2012, 11:45 PM |#211  
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Did u flash a recovery and the superuser zuo

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5th March 2012, 12:18 AM |#212  
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Did u flash a recovery and the superuser zuo

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okay i got team win recovery on it... this phone is making me feel like such a noob.

i was able to get into recovery and install MIUI but now its stuck in the MIUI boot screen...
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5th March 2012, 12:57 AM |#213  
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I unlocked my phone via the htc method because i have 1.5...now i go to start Flash Image GUI and it says ROOT ACCESS DENIED.

What am I missing or doing wrong?!

I hate this phone so much, i miss my EVO 4G

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okay i got team win recovery on it... this phone is making me feel like such a noob.

i was able to get into recovery and install MIUI but now its stuck in the MIUI boot screen...

How did you load MIUI? How did you load the recovery?
Have you followed the guide and troubleshooting steps outlined in the OP? I have quoted them below for your convenience:
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HTC Unlock - Hboot 1.5 User Guides for Flash Image GUI!!

HTC Unlock - Hboot 1.5 Users Guide for ROMs with a Kernel (boot.img file):
1) Unlock using HTC method for Hboot 1.5 users
2) Load this application, Flash Image GUI, onto the device, either through the Market or the link provided in this OP.
3) Download ROM .zip file to the sdcard on the device.
4) Open up Flash Image GUI, select Browse and select the ROM .zip file, downloaded to /sdcard in the previous step.
5) Flash Image GUI will provide a warning, reminding that the ROM .zip file will *need* to be flashed in the custom recovery afterward.
6) Flash Image GUI will index the full ROM .zip file searching for the kernel and kernel modules. Once located, the Flash Image button should be enabled.
7) Select the Flash Image button and Flash Image GUI will load the kernel modules and kernel from inside the ROM zip file.
8) Select reboot recovery.
9) Inside the custom recovery, load/flash the ROM zip file.
10) Reboot to normal Android mode and all should work including Wifi!


HTC Unlock - Hboot 1.5 Users Guide for flashing ONLY a Kernel (zip file):
1) Make sure the selected Kernel is compatible with the currently loaded ROM. If not, this will result in a lot of frustration!!! See troubleshooting steps below.
2) Download kernel zip file to /sdcard.
3) Open Flash Image GUI, browse and select kernel zip file, downloaded/loaded to sdcard in previous step.
3) Flash Image GUI will validate the kernel zip file is contains the minimum required files
4) Select the Flash Image button and Flash Image GUI will load the kernel and the kernel modules from the source kernel zip file.
5) Reboot

Troubleshooting after Rebooting:

First step, when experiencing issues flashing is to RE FLASH the files again. Many times, re flashing again will clear up any issues. If not, see the issues/solutions below.

Issue #1: If the device hangs or reboots while on the splash screen, the kernel (or packaged ramdisk in the kernel) is NOT compatible with your device!!!
Solution for #1: Have to boot into fastboot and load the custom recovery to flash a known good kernel or restore a previously known good nandroid backup. Command: fastboot boot c:\downloads\cwm-recovery.img
Issue #2: If the device hangs or reboots while on the boot animation, the ROM is likely NOT compatible with the kernel!!!
Solution for #2: Have to boot into fastboot and load the custom recovery to flash a known good ROM/kernel combination either from a zip file or restore from a nandroid backup.

20th March 2012, 08:45 AM |#214  
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Hmm, Tiamat suggests this to install their kernels on the Dinc2, but it isn't compatible. Odd.
22nd April 2012, 02:37 PM |#215  
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new version ? whats different ?
22nd April 2012, 03:00 PM |#216  
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new version ? whats different ?

when you install it, it says what the update contains.

it's a wifi module thing, above my knowledge. lol
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3rd August 2012, 02:15 PM |#217  
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May I??
Here something I was wondering...

May I flash Radio.img on evo 3d(gsm) using this app?? :/
3rd August 2012, 02:25 PM |#218  
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I hope Joeykrim sees this!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i22ya49llpc&hd=1&t=8m15s

That link should take you 8 Minutes and 15 Seconds into it!
3rd August 2012, 04:08 PM |#219  
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Here something I was wondering...

May I flash Radio.img on evo 3d(gsm) using this app?? :/

Short answer: Not currently
Longer answer: I'm not aware of anyway to access the partition where the radio is stored from the normal android boot mode. In fact, I think the only method on the device to flash the radio always relies on the bootloader.
If something new has been posted, please provide the link and I'll look into the technical details!

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I hope Joeykrim sees this!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i22ya49llpc&hd=1&t=8m15s

That link should take you 8 Minutes and 15 Seconds into it!

The link worked. Thanks for the mention in the video!
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4th August 2012, 07:20 PM |#220  
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Short answer: Not currently
Longer answer: I'm not aware of anyway to access the partition where the radio is stored from the normal android boot mode. In fact, I think the only method on the device to flash the radio always relies on the bootloader.
If something new has been posted, please provide the link and I'll look into the technical details!


The link worked. Thanks for the mention in the video!

Thanks so much for the app, guy. Saved my phone so I floated you a buck.
4th August 2012, 08:25 PM |#221  
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Thanks so much for the app, guy. Saved my phone so I floated you a buck.

Always appreciated! Let me know if there are any additional features you'd like to see. I'm always open to feedback and suggestions!

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