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Stock ROM, Recovery and Boot Image

OP RavingChimp

22nd August 2012, 11:37 AM   |  #1  
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Hi,

I have rooted my OneX and installed a customer ROM and Clockwork mod recovery.

Having tried a number of customer ICS Roms and a couple of JellyBean Roms I'd like to return to stock.

I'd like to return to stock image, stock recovery etc - I have downloaded the .exe tool to apply the latest OTA update (from this site) however it keeps failing. I suspect I need to replace the Clockwork MOD recovery and the boot.img with the default ones - however I cannot find them. I have searched for a while so this is not a quick "somebody do my searching for me" type post..

Any clues? HTC website returns very little (I am running a European model - not AT&T)

Thank you,
Nick
22nd August 2012, 11:51 AM   |  #2  
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I imagine that before you installed a custom rom you were on software version 1.29.401.11?

Look for that RUU and flash that RUU.

There are some threads here already that are about going back to Stock, have a quick search, I think theres one stickied in Android Development about Stock ROMS, possibly in General.

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Read this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1655636
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22nd August 2012, 11:58 AM   |  #3  
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Easiest way (for me anyway)...

1. Download the 2.17.401.2 RUU from the Shipped ROMs thread in the Dev forum
2. Extract the boot_signed.img and recovery_signed.img from the RUU (there are guides on here how to do this)
3. Flash the boot and recovery images onto the unit
4. Relock the bootloader
5. Flash the RUU
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