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9th July 2013, 01:47 PM   |  #1  
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So it has been reported that GE HTC One's are shipping. We would like to get all the paritions dumped so that we can use the images to fully convert our normal Ones into full fledged Google Edition Ones.

Before you do ANYTHING with it (before you root, before you flash a recovery etc...) Follow these directions courtesy of cschmitt Found Here This will ensure we get all the partitions

I have pasted the steps below. This will help the community out greatly!

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I have a windows command script that uses adb to dump and pull every partition from a One, excluding cache (meaningless) and userdata (to large).

He would need adb and fastboot on his computer, no need for S-off, since we are only reading partitions.

Generally the process would be:

Enable USB Developer options and USB debugging on phone.
Connect phone to usb, install drivers from zip folder if prompted.
Copy SuperSU-v1.41.zip to sd card.

Reboot into bootloader. (Power off, hold power on an vol-down.)
Open command prompt into \htconedump folder.
Unlock bootloader, fastboot oem unlock should do it.

Reboot back into bootloader (via hboot menu.)

From command prompt:
fastboot erase cache
fastboot boot openrecovery-twrp-2.5.0.0-m7.img (Take note we are not flashing recovery, just booting into it so we can root. If you flash the recovery we will not be able to get the stock GE recovery pulled)

Once TWRP boots, flash SuperSU-v1.41.zip via TWRP to root device.

Reboot back into system.
Run pullmmc01-37.cmd command script from a windows command prompt.
Zip up the dump directory containing all of the mmcblk0p??.bin files.


I've packaged everything up into a zip file containing ADB, fastboot, HTC drivers, superuser.zip, TWRP image, and the pullmmc01-37.cmd command script.

htconedump.zip"


Also make sure to take note of your CID in the bootloader and also report that in this thread. You can get this by running fastboot getvar all while in the bootloader. The MID and the CID will be listed. Please make note of both.


I would advise anyone doing it that they do it without fully setting up the phone because once you unlock the bootloader it will wipe your data. So boot into android and just skip through the whole set up process because you'll just have to do it again after you unlock the bootloader


EDIT: Got this info from the Dump thread on Android Central. Just need to confirm it's correct with someone who has the device

ro.product.name=m7_google
cid=GOOGL001
mid=PN0712000
cidlist=GOOGL001
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Reserving this space for conversion instructions.
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2356654 Using dump of released device??
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2356654 Using dump of released device??

We have the system and the boot.img but for us to do a full conversation we need the bootloader, the recovery etc.. Sure, we can all run the rom now but if we get ALL the partitions dumped we can essentially convert our normal ones into full fledged google editions (I think if we had just the bootloader and the recovery we would be ok)
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Have you asked Mike?
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we would need the 4.3 system dump
9th July 2013, 05:28 PM   |  #7  
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Have you asked Mike?

Mike used the same dump everyone has been using. It was only system and boot not the bootloader or recovery. The guy who did the dump flashed a custom recovery before he did the dump so we did not get the stock GE recovery which is needed if we want a full conversion and be able to get OTA's just like the GE One would get.
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Originally Posted by hello00

we would need the 4.3 system dump

Yeah here is to wishing they ship with 4.3 lol

The idea here is not for us to be able to run the rom but to fully do a conversion. As of now we have the 4.2.2 rom and boot image. I have two ones and I want to fully convert one to a GE. I know others are interested in performing a full conversion as well. And if we do the full conversion when the 4.3 OTA drops we would get it as an OTA and not have to wait for other devs to package it all up for everyone
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Originally Posted by graffixnyc

Mike used the same dump everyone has been using. It was only system and boot not the bootloader or recovery. The guy who did the dump flashed a custom recovery before he did the dump so we did not get the stock GE recovery which is needed if we want a full conversion and be able to get OTA's just like the GE One would get.

Ok. I assumed that, due to the delay in Mike releasing his GE rom, that he had perhaps acquired his own information.
If anybody lives in the viscinity of Old York City, struggling to dump the required information, I could offer the same service as you have for those near New York City........Highly unlikely I guess.
9th July 2013, 06:23 PM   |  #10  
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I am very interested in trying this out.

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