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Default Recover from the dread QHSUSB DLOAD

Lately my HTC One shut off while typing on it and it was dead.
Holding power for 10 seconds (and any of the combination with the volume buttons) did not help.
And when you connect it to the power does not even had the red led indicating that is charging.

If you connect it to a PC you get prompted to install the QHSUSB_DLOAD drivers.

So the phone is dead but not really completely dead.

Clearly that QHSUSB_DLOAD is a Qualcom hook that could be use to debug and probably re-flash the phone. The question is what is this tool and how do you use it?

I think there is some sort of standard way to recover across phone (maybe not all with a Qualcomm but I am sure that the protocol is the same among a few processors).

There are a few examples out there:
[UNBRICK] HTC Unbricking Project - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1627886
DLOADTool - https://github.com/posixninja/DLOADTool
http://xiaomi.eu/community/threads/u...f-mi2-s.20567/

And a lot of info about HTC internal here: http://tjworld.net/wiki/Android/HTC/Vision

So I wonder if anybody here has some idea about the tools and how to use to resurrect HTC phones and in particular the HTC One (M7).
 
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Lately my HTC One shut off while typing on it and it was dead.
Holding power for 10 seconds (and any of the combination with the volume buttons) did not help.
And when you connect it to the power does not even had the red led indicating that is charging.

If you connect it to a PC you get prompted to install the QHSUSB_DLOAD drivers.

So the phone is dead but not really completely dead.

Clearly that QHSUSB_DLOAD is a Qualcom hook that could be use to debug and probably re-flash the phone. The question is what is this tool and how do you use it?

I think there is some sort of standard way to recover across phone (maybe not all with a Qualcomm but I am sure that the protocol is the same among a few processors).

There are a few examples out there:
[UNBRICK] HTC Unbricking Project - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1627886
DLOADTool - https://github.com/posixninja/DLOADTool
http://xiaomi.eu/community/threads/u...f-mi2-s.20567/

And a lot of info about HTC internal here: http://tjworld.net/wiki/Android/HTC/Vision

So I wonder if anybody here has some idea about the tools and how to use to resurrect HTC phones and in particular the HTC One (M7).
at one time unlimited.io had a tool for that,but that was awhile ago
 
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at one time unlimited.io had a tool for that,but that was awhile ago
Un tool for specifically the HTC One?
Are you sure that you did not mean this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1627886 ?
 
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Un tool for specifically the HTC One?
Are you sure that you did not mean this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1627886 ?
Try and let it charge for an hour or so. Use a wall charger, not USB. If you still get the same thing, it's more than likely bricked. Unfortunate, but true.
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Should probably put this in the Q&A

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Should probably put this in the Q&A

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Isn't accessing the phone through QHSUSB DLOAD a developer topic?

The phone has been plug in for a few days. I also fund somewhere that the phone in QHSUSB DLOAD does not charge. I pretty sure in QHSUSB DLOAD the USB voltage just power the circuit necessary for the QHSUSB DLOAD communication.
 
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