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14th May 2013, 06:35 AM |#11  
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14th May 2013, 06:42 AM |#12  
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can i use it to flash my htc one dev edition?? im on 1.29.1540.3

Why would you use this? Go read some guides and then flash either twrp or cwm.

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14th May 2013, 06:45 AM |#13  
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Why would you use this? Go read some guides and then flash either twrp or cwm.

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just curious, to get updates
14th May 2013, 09:18 AM |#14  
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My device has T-Mobile UK firmware (1.28.61.7) and I will be looking to go back to stock soon to hopefully receive official 1.29 firmware update.
I need the appropriate recovery for my device but am not quite sure what that is. I have a nandroid but this was done in CWM after rooting.

Is the recovery of 1.29 different to 1.28 and do I need a T-Mobile specific recovery or is the generic recovery just the same?
If somebody could point me in the direction of the recovery I require it would be much appreciated.
15th May 2013, 09:01 PM |#15  
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For Dev's reference

stock recovery here

Hi Bro, Do you have STOCK Recovery for ONE Developer Edition ??

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20th May 2013, 12:11 PM |#16  
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hi there,
is the recovery can be installed for HTC ONE M7 802W?
21st May 2013, 06:19 PM |#17  
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Hi Bro, Do you have STOCK Recovery for ONE Developer Edition ??

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recovery files are all the same
21st May 2013, 06:42 PM |#18  
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recovery files are all the same

Are you 100% sure??

I am trying to return my 1.28.61.7 device to stock using a rooted nandroid which I made without any other modifications. After many trials and tribulations, I managed to unroot by removing SuperSU and binaries but, after installing 'stock' recovery my device still says relocked and tampered and will not boot into recovery.
I am, however, able to perform a full wipe from within android though.

I would really like complete clarity on this if anyone can help me as I need to get back to stock to get an official update when it appears as there are no stock nandroids available or any RUU's for my device.
21st May 2013, 08:34 PM |#19  
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Are you 100% sure??

I am trying to return my 1.28.61.7 device to stock using a rooted nandroid which I made without any other modifications. After many trials and tribulations, I managed to unroot by removing SuperSU and binaries but, after installing 'stock' recovery my device still says relocked and tampered and will not boot into recovery.
I am, however, able to perform a full wipe from within android though.

I would really like complete clarity on this if anyone can help me as I need to get back to stock to get an official update when it appears as there are no stock nandroids available or any RUU's for my device.

no problem, here is the US dev edition stock recovery-signed

http://d-h.st/b5g

Tampered showed @ hboot is because you have "unlocked" before
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So If I have clockwork mod touch recovery installed and I want to go back to stock recovery without loosing my app and data I can just flash this in cwm?

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