How to install JellyBean with sense 4+ roms please take a look on THIS Guide and flasher made by stuart0001.
Download ORIO rom and place it on your SD card
Boot the phone to bootloader mode (volume down + power button)
Extract boot img from the ORIO rom and then type “fastboot flash boot boot.img” in cmd
Go into recovery (we always recommend that you do a full wipe, especially if your coming from another JB rom)
Select “choose zip from sd card” and choose ORIO rom.zip
After flashing procedure is proceed, reboot your phone.
You may aswell take a look at this THIS or THIS by Mike1986. The latest one contains firmware zip for hboot 1.31, hboot 1.33, hboot 1.36 and hboot 1.39
Q 1:: After I flash your ROM and reboot my device, my device keeps rebooting/bootloop?
A: Make sure you flash the correct boot.img from fastboot
You can find some help How To here*SDK and Fast Boot Commands Tutorial
Q 2: Should I use a task killer on the ORIO JB ROM?
Not recommended, is you really want to, use the one that came with the rom.
Q 3: Backup? What is that?
A good idea is to back up all your data and settings from the phone before flashing a new rom with a full wipe. Best app available is Titanium Back up(included in the ROM)
The best way to back up the contacts is to sync it via HTC Sync or via your gmail.
Q 4: Are Nandroid and Titanium backup the same thing? How do I manage backups?
No, Nandroid backs up the ROM and Titanium backs up the applications. Nandroid is what you do using the recovery and it makes the exact image of your ROM along with the data.
Q 5: On what occasion will I lose my data (apps, contacts etc)?
Only when you flash the rom wiping data using the Aroma installer option. When you just flash a rom or a .zip from recovery, it will not wipe anything unless otherwise mentioned.
Q 6: I was on stock (or another rom from another cook) and I flashed ORIO JB rom, now I am having some problems.1. Try to rebooting the Phone and see if it makes a difference.
2. Reboot into recovery and clear cache and dalvik, reboot the phone and clear data of the apps causing problem.
3. Reboot into recovery, reflash the rom choosing full wipe in the installer.
Q 7: How do I flash Full wipe or Superwipe and what does it erase?Reboot into recovery, install a zip from sd card option, select the rom, follow the Aroma installer and select "Flash with wiping all (or something to that effect*)
Q 8: The screen is not very responsive and is lagging.
Let the phone settle down a bit after you unlock it. It generally needs a few seconds to kick up the CPU.*
Q 9: The market is not installing anything. Gives error.
Reboot into recovery and select “clear cache partition”. And under settings - applications - Manage applications - under the Market app < Clear Data>.
Q 10: My battery is draining heavily.
When you first flash a ROM this is what happens. Give it atleast one full charge cycle and it should come back to normal. If required, reboot into recovery and clear battery stats. It is advisable to do so on 100%.*
Common Opinion - Heavy battery drain is one thing that you cannot complain about on this rom, for sure. The battery life is much above average*
It's NOT recommended to empty the battery, it may course a poorer battery performance and life cyclus.*
Q11: Should I run the phone battery to zero percent, and what if it does??
A: Absolutely not! Both the current recoveries are giving problems while pulling the battery up from zero percent. If the phones dies off due to battery being zero, try to reboot it into recovery, flash the stock recovery. If it doesnt, then plug it into the wall charger and leave it for as long as it takes for you to boot it. Then flash the stock recovery, charge it fully and do your stuff.
Q12: MMS Problem?
A: Please check your APN settings.*
Q13: Some games that use the motion/G sensor are not working as they should.
A: Re-Calibrate your Gsensor –> Settings – Display – Gsensor Callibration
Q14: I dont like the animations. Dont want them.
A: Go to settings - display - animations.*
Q15: How do I change the bootanimation or the downanimation?
A: System\Customize\Resource or System/Data/Local. Replace the boot/down animation.zip file with the one you want. The new file must be named bootanimation.zip/downanimation.zip.
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