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[Tutorial] [UNLOCK/ROOT] EVO 3D GSM Hboot 1.49.0011> + S-On [HTC Unlock method]

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4th February 2012, 06:02 AM |#231  
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ok guys i think i will need some more help with this unlocking bootloaders and root for htc, and i am sorry for bothering you. i just went from sgs1 to evo 3d in europe and my model is gsm one. i am on android over 2 years and with samsung rooting instaling romes and kernels is realy simple, btw as i see (for me) this htc way is hell. if anyone have a little time i will answer some questions.

1. i got gsm model evo 3d in europe and when i go for unlock bootloaders (htc-dev site) i find 3 versions of evos 3d there (emea, rogers, sprint). whitch one i chose there coz my operator is telenor europe (i used their gsm card, but phone as phone is simfree) , and is there any difference? (sry for my horrible english)

2. what is button combination for recovery? on other android devices i used is vol up + home button + power but here phone just turn on (and this one do it rely fast).

3. how do i enter in bootloader mode?

this 3 answers i rely need to do anything here. i am sory for this bothering you but anyway i am not new in android, just new in htc. hope i will find some help here

thx from new htc user. (and sry for this funny english :P)
 
 
4th February 2012, 10:27 AM |#232  
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1. Choose EMEA
2 & 3. Vol down and power, you can get to bootloader and recovery from there. Be sure to turn off fastboot from power.

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4th February 2012, 11:58 AM |#233  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by akac89

ok guys i think i will need some more help with this unlocking bootloaders and root for htc, and i am sorry for bothering you. i just went from sgs1 to evo 3d in europe and my model is gsm one. i am on android over 2 years and with samsung rooting instaling romes and kernels is realy simple, btw as i see (for me) this htc way is hell. if anyone have a little time i will answer some questions.

1. i got gsm model evo 3d in europe and when i go for unlock bootloaders (htc-dev site) i find 3 versions of evos 3d there (emea, rogers, sprint). whitch one i chose there coz my operator is telenor europe (i used their gsm card, but phone as phone is simfree) , and is there any difference? (sry for my horrible english)

2. what is button combination for recovery? on other android devices i used is vol up + home button + power but here phone just turn on (and this one do it rely fast).

3. how do i enter in bootloader mode?

this 3 answers i rely need to do anything here. i am sory for this bothering you but anyway i am not new in android, just new in htc. hope i will find some help here

thx from new htc user. (and sry for this funny english :P)

Hi akac89, welcome to Evo 3D.

Hope this help

1. Choose EMEA, if not working then you can choose "Other Devices" as well.
2. To enter recovery mode, you need to turn off, make sure your USB cable is not connected (because it will reboot when you press vol - & power button), press vol - first (don't let go), and then press power button until the bootloader screen turn on. To access recovery, select "recovery" in the bootloader mode (not fastboot mode) and you should be able to access recovery.
3. Answer in no.2 above, press vol- button and then power button.
4th February 2012, 10:08 PM |#234  
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thank you guys, this was very helpful. i done unlocking bootloaders and i think i kinda understand how htc work . no odin here i think i know how to instal cwm and root phone from explanation on 1 post so i very thankful for this.

have a nice day guys and tx
5th February 2012, 08:43 AM |#235  
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hello guys, i'm new to android an i have same questions. Before i unlock/root i want to backup my data and i i'm wodering if i can use Titanium Backup (or any other app). In this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1218193 (tutorial from The Droid Demos) it is posible to do a temp unlock/root to backup data, but it's not for HTC EVO 3D GSM.
thx guys
9th February 2012, 08:29 PM |#236  
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Sorry about the negativity, probarbly my own fault - this works only for phones with 1.49.0011 or below right? this method made my evo 3d (1.49.0018) caught up in a endless boot loop (I can see the HTC logo for 15-20 seconds, then it restarts over and over)

I used CWM v4.0.1.4 to install custom ROM after the htcdev method, and installing "su-2.3.6.3-efgh-signed" ... I feel I've tried evrything and can't get mye phone back on. Sooooo mutch pain for misunderstanding the > symbol

I can get to hboot/fastboot (USB) and into the revolutionary cwmtool

anyone think they can lead me on to something good here?

Now I'm stuck with an old SE- W880i PLEASE HELP ME!
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9th February 2012, 09:29 PM |#237  
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hello guys, i'm new to android an i have same questions. Before i unlock/root i want to backup my data and i i'm wodering if i can use Titanium Backup (or any other app). In this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1218193 (tutorial from The Droid Demos) it is posible to do a temp unlock/root to backup data, but it's not for HTC EVO 3D GSM.
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Hi,

Try My Backup Pro or Astro File Manager.
12th February 2012, 07:28 AM |#238  
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before you flash the rom:
open the zip file you download and copy boot.img file to your sdk tool and flash it using adb/cmd
after that you can normally flash the rom using CWM recovery..hope this can help you without stuck at htc logo.

I LOVE YOU MAN! after reading for 4 days straight and at the edge of giving up, YOU solved my problem! If I knew you I would hug you and give you a big kiss on the cheek!
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12th February 2012, 08:46 AM |#239  
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all done unlocked recovery done but in my fone fastboot-bootoader- recovry - can't get recovery device going to startup.....
plssssss any one to help me...
thanks...
14th February 2012, 11:48 PM |#240  
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after finishing these,what to do next to get s-off?
16th February 2012, 07:49 AM |#241  
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help me...
my Hboot is 1.49.0012
i unlocked and relock because i want go to stock..but now, i want use cook rom, so i unlock again, and my phone say yes/no to unlock.. i select yes and my phone dont reboot, i wait 30 min but my phone dont active, i removed battery and reboot. it's stuck on HTC logo...help me...
up ruu it say error. up by sdcard it stuck here..

help me...
now i just can boot to bootloader..

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