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Question [Q] S-OFF on HTC One XL(SuperCID problem)

Hello,
Recently, HTC One XL can be s-off:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2155069

It needs a rooted One XL and a One XL superCID.

Problems comes out:
I am running 4.1.1 STOCK ROM on my HTC One XL(ASIAN VERSION, NOT AT&T/Rogers/Telstra), i've tried to gain SuperCID with these methods:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1952038 (It fails on running /data/local/tmp/pwn, and CID was not changed)
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/21044952/Oz...ID_TELSTRA.zip (This is for TELSTRA XLs only, but seems that it requires a rooted XL)

My phone is NOT ROOTED and have the original CID(HTC__622)

So how can i SOFF my One XL now?

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First off go unlock your bootloader at HTC dev .com than go flash twrp than flash a Rom than do supercid
 
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I'm going for S-OFF because i don't want to unlock my bootloader.
If i am going to unlock my bootloader, i will not S-OFF my device.
The HTC Leo is truly a legend.
It shows how "free" a smartphone can.

Windows Phone? No problem.
Windows Mobile? No problem.
Android? No problem.
Desktop Linux(es)? No problem.
Windows 8 RTM? No problem.

No phones can do these.
HD2 will never die. This highly-customizable phone will be the KING forever.

My developments:
Slackware(Current) on the HTC HD2
Ubuntu Touch on the HTC HD2 (Currently in development)

Phone cycle:
HTC HD2(EU) -> HTC One XL(HK) -> HTC One M8 (Intl.)
 
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Unfortunately for s off we have to be rooted/bootloader unlocked it gets su permissions in the last step of s off process which is quite simple but a requirement is unlocked bootloader and root.. so the only way to do this on the one cl is to unlock your bootloader at HTC dev.com than blah etc... You could relock your bootloader right after s off
 
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Unfortunately for s off we have to be rooted/bootloader unlocked it gets su permissions in the last step of s off process which is quite simple but a requirement is unlocked bootloader and root.. so the only way to do this on the one cl is to unlock your bootloader at HTC dev.com than blah etc... You could relock your bootloader right after s off
It will show *** RELOCKED *** instead of *** LOCKED *** if i ever unlock my phone via HTCDEV.com and tried to relock.
The HTC Leo is truly a legend.
It shows how "free" a smartphone can.

Windows Phone? No problem.
Windows Mobile? No problem.
Android? No problem.
Desktop Linux(es)? No problem.
Windows 8 RTM? No problem.

No phones can do these.
HD2 will never die. This highly-customizable phone will be the KING forever.

My developments:
Slackware(Current) on the HTC HD2
Ubuntu Touch on the HTC HD2 (Currently in development)

Phone cycle:
HTC HD2(EU) -> HTC One XL(HK) -> HTC One M8 (Intl.)
 
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It will show *** RELOCKED *** instead of *** LOCKED *** if i ever unlock my phone via HTCDEV.com and tried to relock.
With s off you can set your bootloader to say anything you can put it back to "locked" instead of relocked

---------- Post added at 07:58 AM ---------- Previous post was at 07:57 AM ----------

Just remember s off is security off . You can access every partition yoou would like
 
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i see. So is there any guide i can make an unlocked bootloader to "*** LOCKED ***", even when HTC repair my phone, they cannot check it?
The HTC Leo is truly a legend.
It shows how "free" a smartphone can.

Windows Phone? No problem.
Windows Mobile? No problem.
Android? No problem.
Desktop Linux(es)? No problem.
Windows 8 RTM? No problem.

No phones can do these.
HD2 will never die. This highly-customizable phone will be the KING forever.

My developments:
Slackware(Current) on the HTC HD2
Ubuntu Touch on the HTC HD2 (Currently in development)

Phone cycle:
HTC HD2(EU) -> HTC One XL(HK) -> HTC One M8 (Intl.)
 
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Just did a quick research, i found that some previous HTC phones can restore their Offical Unlock Bootloader State to "LOCKED" after then achieved S-OFF
The HTC Leo is truly a legend.
It shows how "free" a smartphone can.

Windows Phone? No problem.
Windows Mobile? No problem.
Android? No problem.
Desktop Linux(es)? No problem.
Windows 8 RTM? No problem.

No phones can do these.
HD2 will never die. This highly-customizable phone will be the KING forever.

My developments:
Slackware(Current) on the HTC HD2
Ubuntu Touch on the HTC HD2 (Currently in development)

Phone cycle:
HTC HD2(EU) -> HTC One XL(HK) -> HTC One M8 (Intl.)
 
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But yes you can set up everything back to normal you can have it say locked and s on..but still be s off
 
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