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[S-OFF] JuopunutBear S-OFF - HTC Jetstream

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26th September 2012, 12:17 PM   |  #1  
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http://unlimited.io/juopunutbear.htm

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We DO NOT provide support, instructions, or downloads via XDA. Please see our website: http://unlimited.io


Using how-to guides, "kits" and using other instructions on XDA to S-OFF your device is not recommended and will not be supported by Team Unlimited. If you want the best experience and results - go direct to the source. Dealing with support issues through the forums is inefficient and posts may get lost in long support threads, of which we would have too many to actively monitor. We have therefore decided that all support should be through our IRC channel. This will allow us to help you in real-time and through the whole process.



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26th September 2012, 12:20 PM   |  #2  
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a bump for a great addiition to an already awesome project, brought to you by unlimited.io


Enjoy S-OFF



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I have some cookies for all those drunken bears soon to follow. Stay tuned
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26th September 2012, 04:37 PM   |  #3  
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Thank you so much for this awesome development!
I am going to try this as soon as possible

EDIT:

I got stuck in the Qualcomm DLoad mode after trying the first time and had a hard time getting out.
When you are also stuck in DLOAD mode you could try the following steps:
- Remove USB Cable
- Remove SDCard
- Do the wire trick, but toch only ONCE!
- Attach the device to your pc and you should see that it is in ADB mode now.
- Also on the screen you should see Juopunut with an arrow
- Put your SDCard back in the device
- Run controlbear.exe -r
Now the device should boot properly
-> if it doesn't try the next step on this page http://unlimited.io/jbtroubleshooting.htm - search for "ROM / Data Recovery:" and procceed with step 2
-> if everything else fails just go to the IRC and ask for help, hyuh is a genius!
-> IRC here: http://unlimited.io/support.htm
To get S-OFF you will require another SDCard as it appaers your SDCard is not compatible with this method.
I had a VERY cheap 2GB card lying around and used it.
This time it did work flawlessly

As I already said: Full credit for this solution gues to Hyuh
Thanks Man!
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26th September 2012, 05:17 PM   |  #4  
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Even me I'll try it today

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26th September 2012, 07:05 PM   |  #5  
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Is there any advantage after S-OFF. Done to have ICS or JB

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26th September 2012, 07:07 PM   |  #6  
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should be much easier now..all we need is a developer..
26th September 2012, 11:26 PM   |  #7  
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WOOO!!! Add me to the list, I am now S-OFF!!!
27th September 2012, 03:12 PM   |  #8  
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Hmmm something went wrong..
My device wont boot anymore..
I think it is my own fault, but still would love some assisstance.

The Controlbear output was to do the wire trick,
So I did, or I tried..
It installed a Qualcomm Dload device.
After that, nothing.
It just kept resetting the connection.

Now my device won't turn on.
Connecting it gives me no in or output at all
Any ideas?

Thanks in advance
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http://unlimited.io/support.htm is the place you'll get help.
however, i think maybe there's something wrong in the tool itself...check with DNarsingh
he had issues as well.

a good chance you'll be needing this, but not sure.
http://unlimited.io/qhsusbdload.htm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Giblet-dono

Hmmm something went wrong..
My device wont boot anymore..
I think it is my own fault, but still would love some assisstance.

The Controlbear output was to do the wire trick,
So I did, or I tried..
It installed a Qualcomm Dload device.
After that, nothing.
It just kept resetting the connection.

Now my device won't turn on.
Connecting it gives me no in or output at all
Any ideas?

Thanks in advance

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Originally Posted by guru_shastri

http://unlimited.io/support.htm is the place you'll get help.
however, i think maybe there's something wrong in the tool itself...check with DNarsingh
he had issues as well.

a good chance you'll be needing this, but not sure.
http://unlimited.io/qhsusbdload.htm

This is exactly what happened to me, I went on the support IRC and they told me to hold the power button for 30 seconds, and when I did, my tablet booted into fastboot and I just ran the program again, this time with success.

I think my problem was the wire I was using. I was using a twist tie, but after I got it to boot up again, I switched to a paper clip wrapped in scotch tape and it worked fine.

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