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I agree with you. But what it is necessary to undertake that Ubuntu saw sections?
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Same here.

SuperCID and ota

Now nobody can call me
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Same here.

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Dam it didnt mean to hit thank so enjoy that lol.

@Vauix, did you run a RUU before updating? if so what one?
Yes I ran a RUU prior to flashing this update, i didn't chance anything to the rom yet but to search for the OTA. it was the RUU_Ville_U_ICS_40_S_HTC_Europe_2.31.401.5_Radio_1 .06es.50.02.31_10.09a.50.04L_release_275655_signed .exe

I thought about my supercid before I ran the RUU but i thought the worst thing that could happen was i could get a error that it couldn't flash it.

Its rather weird that some guys with supercid managed to flash it successfully. And i still think I saw some people with other cid's with bricked devices.
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SuperCID too, previously Vodafone germany, unbranded an relocked ...
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I ran the OTA update twice on my supercid'd device successfully.

In opposite to what I could read here, my bootloader was unlocked before and still after the update.

The first time I ran the update I forgot to reflash stock recovery. The phone started updating and rebooted, but no changes had happened. After restoring stock recovery and downloading the update again, I successfully updated.

As I couldn't get root I restored Venom and downgraded my new hboot from 2.15 to 1.06.

Today I started a second try successfully without a glitch.

Basically I keep an untouched nandroid backup of every new rom installation on my local harddisk. This means in case of custom roms I do a nandroid before the first boot.
As this is not possible on stock recovery I change back to custom recovery after the first boot, doing my backup then. I'm just checking the needed boxes otherwise I only proceed during the setup - the complete customization is done afterwards.

In this case I restored a backup called 2012-08-23--08-18-16_htc_stock_2.31
Stock here means: No apps, no customizations, no nothing, simply: stock and supercid.

After that was done I restored apps with Titanium.

That's how it worked (pretty simple) Maybe this will help you find some reasons for what has happened to your devices.
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Same problem here...

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All people here seem to have SuperCID, I have not.
I got my ville for about 7 months now and never had SuperCID.

I did it like everytime:
-Wiped everything ( Data / Cache / System )
-Flashed Stock Recovery
-Flashed 2.31 Europe RUU in Bootloader ( yes, that works but I guess noone knows :P )
-Downloaded 4.1.1 Update and let the Device do its magic

Now my phone is bricked.
Strange enough, a good friend of mine whos barely able to use its phone, got the same issue.
Im 100% sure he doesnt have any modifications done to his device.

Already tried the Ubricking-Tutorial but the Partitions just dont show up :-/
Previous Phones: (which I remember)
BlackBerry Pearl 8110 » Nokia C6-00 *destroyed* » HTC One S (ville) *bricked* » Samsung Galaxy S3 (GT-I9300) *sold* » HTC One (m7) *sold* » LG Nexus 4 (mako)

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I did the super CID, too. No my phone is dead. Won't even charge.
I tried to do Enumerating the partitions but could only find up to 3. No 4 or 12.
Please help
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SuperCID, German ONE S unbranded. Dead.

Unbrick/Downgrade instruction did not work here.

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