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24th February 2013, 05:54 AM   |  #11  
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Hello, please i need a help for update

I want to install "CleanROM JL Beta 1 -★| Jellybean 4.1.1 | Clean | Fast! |★- "

I can download, put in the memory cell, and installing by TWRP?
or have to extract the boot.img and install by GooManager.

<http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2136403>


My Phone:

HTC ONE X AT&T
ROM: CLEAN ROM 5.1
Kernel 3.0.8
Baseband 0.19as
Build Number 2.20
Hboot 1.14
TWRP 2.4.1


Sorry if I have written something wrong, I have read the forum much,however I still encounter difficulties in some things


Thanks to all

Extract the boot image from the zip file. Place the boot image and the "complete zip file" on your phones sd. Go into recovery, do wipe, flash boot image, then flash zip file. Reboot.
AT&T HTC OneX
Android 4.1.1
ViperXL 3.2.3
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24th February 2013, 05:59 AM   |  #12  
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Extract the boot image from the zip file. Place the boot image and the "complete zip file" on your phones sd. Go into recovery, do wipe, flash boot image, then flash zip file. Reboot.
AT&T HTC OneX
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Those steps are a little misleading...
Here he should not place the boot.img on the sd

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Flashing boot img through fastboot...
download the file in the link which above which will include adb and fastboot....put that on your computer somewhere you can find it.. now take the boot image out of the Rom zip and place it in that folder... Boot your phone into bootloader scroll down and select fastboot and now open a command prompt with in the fastbootbadb folder on your comp and type to command without the quotes "fastboot flash boot boot.img"...now go wipe in recovery and install the Rom it doesn't matter if you keep the boot img in the Rom zip or not

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...5&d=1344782533
Here is the right link
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25th February 2013, 04:55 AM   |  #13  
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Those steps are a little misleading...
Here he should not place the boot.img on the sd

---------- Post added at 05:58 AM ---------- Previous post was at 05:56 AM ----------


Flashing boot img through fastboot...
download the file in the link which above which will include adb and fastboot....put that on your computer somewhere you can find it.. now take the boot image out of the Rom zip and place it in that folder... Boot your phone into bootloader scroll down and select fastboot and now open a command prompt with in the fastbootbadb folder on your comp and type to command without the quotes "fastboot flash boot boot.img"...now go wipe in recovery and install the Rom it doesn't matter if you keep the boot img in the Rom zip or not

---------- Post added at 05:59 AM ---------- Previous post was at 05:58 AM ----------

http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...5&d=1344782533
Here is the right link

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I can flashing the boot img by the application "Flash Image Gui " and the rest by TWRP ?
25th February 2013, 09:05 PM   |  #14  
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I can flashing the boot img by the application "Flash Image Gui " and the rest by TWRP ?

Yes.

Flash boot.img with Flash Image GUI, or with fastboot.

Flash the whole ROM zip in TWRP.

Note: When you say "the rest", it implies you removed boot.img. It should still be in the zip. The zip should be fully intact, just as you downloaded it.
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Yes.

Flash boot.img with Flash Image GUI, or with fastboot.

Flash the whole ROM zip in TWRP.

Note: When you say "the rest", it implies you removed boot.img. It should still be in the zip. The zip should be fully intact, just as you downloaded it.

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Excellent, thank you, took away all my doubts. .
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