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[RUU] EVO 4G LTE 4.3 + Sense 5 MR update - Software Version: 4.13.651.3

21st February 2014, 03:16 AM |#61  
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You don't get stuck...it just doesn't do anything. So there is nothing to get stuck on...lol

I'm almost to the point of wiping my entire PC and doing a fresh install of win7. It doesn't make any sense the 3.17 ruu runs just fine!
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Yea, i meant stuck for nothing...Im gonna do a fresh win 7 install on a spare hard drive...ill post results...
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21st February 2014, 03:40 AM |#62  
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No idea what's wrong here. I'm on an old version of twrp.

Downloaded the ruu, plugged the phone in, and get error 158. Claims it's not the correct ruu.

Even downloaded an old ruu to roll it back to stock. Nothing. Win 7 here.

Sent from my SPH-L900
21st February 2014, 03:47 AM |#63  
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No idea what's wrong here. I'm on an old version of twrp.

Downloaded the ruu, plugged the phone in, and get error 158. Claims it's not the correct ruu.

Even downloaded an old ruu to roll it back to stock. Nothing. Win 7 here.

Sent from my SPH-L900

If your bootloader is unlocked, you have to relock it first for this to flash.
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21st February 2014, 03:55 AM |#64  
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If your bootloader is unlocked, you have to relock it first for this to flash.

I didn't relock it. It flashed fine for me.
21st February 2014, 03:55 AM |#65  
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I didn't relock it. It flashed fine for me.

Are you S-OFF?
21st February 2014, 03:56 AM |#66  
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Are you S-OFF?

indeed
21st February 2014, 04:04 AM |#67  
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indeed

Then that's why. S-ON Unlocked people have to relock to flash the RUU.
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21st February 2014, 04:41 AM |#68  
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People having issues with the RUU - have you tried this?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=50487437

P.S. If you want to try the above method but can't find the files, they're in my Dev Host folder.
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Hey Captain, can you make a separate thread dedicated to explaining the status of the device. I mean like explaining how the storage partition conflicts with older ROMs, and why the standard users should or should not update right now. I know you have two ROMs built from source that support the partition tables. The thing holding me back is knowing I can't go back to legacy ROMs. I was wondering if you or any other devs have looked into the possibility of decompiling the RUU, allowing for the 'Stock' ROM to have the older partition table, making it possible to simply flash, and revert back if need be. Last but not least a possibility of updating everything else from the RUU such as HBOOT, radios, etc. Sorry, I'm not a dev, I'm just wondering about these things since the OG EVO seemed to be straight forward like this. I know we should be thankful that HTC even gave us this. Keep up the good work!
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Hey Captain, can you make a separate thread dedicated to explaining the status of the device. I mean like explaining how the storage partition conflicts with older ROMs, and why the standard users should or should not update right now. I know you have two ROMs built from source that support the partition tables. The thing holding me back is knowing I can't go back to legacy ROMs. I was wondering if you or any other devs have looked into the possibility of decompiling the RUU, allowing for the 'Stock' ROM to have the older partition table, making it possible to simply flash, and revert back if need be. Last but not least a possibility of updating everything else from the RUU such as HBOOT, radios, etc. Sorry, I'm not a dev, I'm just wondering about these things since the OG EVO seemed to be straight forward like this. I know we should be thankful that HTC even gave us this. Keep up the good work!

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Hey Captain, can you make a separate thread dedicated to explaining the status of the device. I mean like explaining how the storage partition conflicts with older ROMs, and why the standard users should or should not update right now. I know you have two ROMs built from source that support the partition tables. The thing holding me back is knowing I can't go back to legacy ROMs. I was wondering if you or any other devs have looked into the possibility of decompiling the RUU, allowing for the 'Stock' ROM to have the older partition table, making it possible to simply flash, and revert back if need be. Last but not least a possibility of updating everything else from the RUU such as HBOOT, radios, etc. Sorry, I'm not a dev, I'm just wondering about these things since the OG EVO seemed to be straight forward like this. I know we should be thankful that HTC even gave us this. Keep up the good work!


Look in his rom thread.,....its all explained there in detail

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2639180
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