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By leoaudio13, Senior Member on 1st March 2014, 08:14 PM
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I'm having problem with data connection on my HTC One Max Verizon. I'm trying to investigate further for this problem. One big mistake i made was not backing up the origin ( stock ) ROM since day 1 when I 1st purchased this phone but came to the point of running rumrunner and flash custom ROM straight away ( I'm pretty much very confident with android, but still STUPID ).

I'm requesting a full NAND backup with all of the partitions ( of course no IMEI or personal data partition ) so that I can try to restore the Verizon stock Pre-programmed settings into my phone for further investigation.

Please help me! Thank you so much!

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You can read my other post here about my problem : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2663330
and here : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2666743
 
 
1st March 2014, 08:18 PM |#2  
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I'm having problem with data connection on my HTC One Max Verizon. I'm trying to investigate further for this problem. One big mistake i made was not backing up the origin ( stock ) ROM since day 1 when I 1st purchased this phone but came to the point of running rumrunner and flash custom ROM straight away ( I'm pretty much very confident with android, but still STUPID ).

I'm requesting a full NAND backup with all of the partitions ( of course no IMEI or personal data partition ) so that I can try to restore the Verizon stock Pre-programmed settings into my phone for further investigation.

Please help me! Thank you so much!

PS :
You can read my other post here about my problem : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2663330
and here : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2666743

This will fit hand in hand with your other thread. I will give you one better and what you really need. The ruu for this phone. I will pm you it shortly. When you download the file simply place it on your physical sd card and go back to boot loader. Let the process run twice

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This will fit hand in hand with your other thread. I will give you one better and what you really need. The ruu for this phone. I will pm you it shortly. When you download the file simply place it on your physical sd card and go back to boot loader. Let the process run twice

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I love you man, thank you so much ! Is this stock RUU encrypted or decrypted ?
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I love you man, thank you so much ! Is this stock RUU encrypted or decrypted ?

Encrypted

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I've got some failed to flash partitions here on the attached image. Please help!
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I've got some failed to flash partitions here on the attached image. Please help!

Why not flash it through boot loader from your sd?

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Why not flash it through boot loader from your sd?

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Lemme try that
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Why not flash it through boot loader from your sd?

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I don't quite know those partitions and their functions
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I don't quite know those partitions and their functions

Well let me know what happens through boodloader. You have to reboot it after the first part and let it go a second time to get all.

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Well let me know what happens through boodloader. You have to reboot it after the first part and let it go a second time to get all.

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Ummm.... I'm not quite sure how to flash it via Hboot. Never done that before. Please en-light me
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Ummm.... I'm not quite sure how to flash it via Hboot. Never done that before. Please en-light me

Copy the file exactly as I sent it to you to your physical sd card. Place it in the phone. Boot to boot loader. The place where you posted a picture of it failing to find an image will now find one. You will be asked to update. You use the power button to hit enter.

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