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[HBOOT] Hex Edited Stock 1.44.000 hboot (1.29.651.10)

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By AssassinsLament, Recognized Developer on 8th June 2013, 02:36 AM
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Here is a hex edited version of the stock 1.44.000 hboot (1.29.651.10).

It is basically for people who want their hboot to appear stock.

What was edited:

1) "TAMPERED" was removed.
2) "UNLOCKED" is masked as "LOCKED"
3) "S-OFF" is masked as "S-ON"
4) Red development text (on boot up) was removed.

Flash it in bootloader (fastboot)! Flash at own risk! (you need S-OFF obviously)

How to flash:

Code:
fastboot oem rebootRUU
fastboot flash zip hboot_hexed.zip
fastboot reboot-bootloader
Enjoy!

MD5: 436aaad9df326ea7680d184988fd6f91 hboot_hexed.zip
MD5: 24917745f52b366124a3ebcd03b7c166 hboot_hexed_redonly.zip
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File Type: zip hboot_stock.zip - [Click for QR Code] (486.0 KB, 1497 views)
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8th June 2013, 03:04 AM |#2  
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Awesome work!

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quick and painless!!!! thanks for the work!!!
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Wait... We have s-off? How do I achieve this lol. Apparently I've been under a rock!

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8th June 2013, 03:40 AM |#5  
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Wait... We have s-off? How do I achieve this lol. Apparently I've been under a rock!

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Yup http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2314642

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Yup http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2314642

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Can you make one just for the Red development removal only?? and thanks!!
8th June 2013, 06:29 AM |#7  
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killer!

anyone know the correct command for a splash?

I tried

fastboot flash splash1 splash.img

it say writing splash1

then "remote: not allowed"

happened with stock and this hboot
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killer!

anyone know the correct command for a splash?

I tried

fastboot flash splash1 splash.img

it say writing splash1

then "remote: not allowed"

happened with stock and this hboot

Since this is a stock hboot, I'm sure flashing the splash1 command isn't supported.
Try flashing an engineering hboot first, then flash the splash, then flash back this stock hboot if you wish.
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Since this is a stock hboot, I'm sure flashing the splash1 command isn't supported.
Try flashing an engineering hboot first, then flash the splash, then flash back this stock hboot if you wish.

I've been looking for eng, can't find one, you have one?
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I've been looking for eng, can't find one, you have one?

hey duce

look at http://moonshine.io/

Install moonshine hboot. This is a customized hboot with many eng-style commands.
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