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Today i rooted my HTC One S (S3) with moonshine, but my wifi don't turn on. I've searched how to fix, but i don't find it. I flashed twrp recovery too and i see on moonshine folder, "boot_backup.img".

What should I do to get my wifi back?
 
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Today i rooted my HTC One S (S3) with moonshine, but my wifi don't turn on. I've searched how to fix, but i don't find it. I flashed twrp recovery too and i see on moonshine folder, "boot_backup.img".

What should I do to get my wifi back?


You shoud try gto get a matching RUU / firmware to bring your phone back to stock. If WiFi is working fine you can flash a custom rom again
HTC One S @ PAC-man 4.4.2 [ALPHA1] [12/5/2014] + IceCode Kernel v4.0 // HBoot 2.15 - unlocked BL - S-OFF - NO "tampered & warning text" // TWRP mod 2.7.0.8

Samsung Galaxy W @ ParanoidAndroid 4.3 [BETA3] [6/5/2014] + KhaN Kernel v2.0 // Base: I8150XXLMI // PhilZ CWM 6.01.4

"REVIVED" HTC Wildfire S @ CyanogenMod 11(AWESOME!!!) [6/5/2014] //HBoot 1.09 - unlocked BL // TWRP 2.7.0.0


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I think RUU is too dangerous for me. There's another way? Can I rollback my boot with "Boot_backup" created by moonshine? If yes, how?
 
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I think RUU is too dangerous for me. There's another way? Can I rollback my boot with "Boot_backup" created by moonshine? If yes, how?

May you post a link to "moonshine" ?? I think its to gain S-OFF and not to root your phone.
HTC One S @ PAC-man 4.4.2 [ALPHA1] [12/5/2014] + IceCode Kernel v4.0 // HBoot 2.15 - unlocked BL - S-OFF - NO "tampered & warning text" // TWRP mod 2.7.0.8

Samsung Galaxy W @ ParanoidAndroid 4.3 [BETA3] [6/5/2014] + KhaN Kernel v2.0 // Base: I8150XXLMI // PhilZ CWM 6.01.4

"REVIVED" HTC Wildfire S @ CyanogenMod 11(AWESOME!!!) [6/5/2014] //HBoot 1.09 - unlocked BL // TWRP 2.7.0.0


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May you post a link to "moonshine" ?? I think its to gain S-OFF and not to root your phone.
moonshine.io
 
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moonshine.io


Which firmware instalation was installed on your phone? Did you successfully gain S-OFF / unlocked bootloader / Superuser access?

Moonshine.io provives the feature to install a modified stock kernel. the boot.img backup is the original kernel. Just flash it using fastboot.




"fastboot flash boot boot.img"
HTC One S @ PAC-man 4.4.2 [ALPHA1] [12/5/2014] + IceCode Kernel v4.0 // HBoot 2.15 - unlocked BL - S-OFF - NO "tampered & warning text" // TWRP mod 2.7.0.8

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Which firmware instalation was installed on your phone? Did you successfully gain S-OFF / unlocked bootloader / Superuser access?

Moonshine.io provives the feature to install a modified stock kernel. the boot.img backup is the original kernel. Just flash it using fastboot.




"fastboot flash boot boot.img"
Moonshine S-OFF
VILLEC2 PVT SHIP S-OFF RL
CID-HC__032
HBOOT-3.01.4444
RADIO-16.11.20.24_M
OpenDSP - V11.6.0.2235.00.0304
eMMC-boot

Yes,yes,yes.
But, if i flash, i will loss S-off?
Yesterday i install CM11. Still with same problem with wifi.
 
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You could go back to stock and use another s-off. Rumrunner or firewater

Gesendet von meinem One S mit Tapatalk
HTC One S @ PAC-man 4.4.2 [ALPHA1] [12/5/2014] + IceCode Kernel v4.0 // HBoot 2.15 - unlocked BL - S-OFF - NO "tampered & warning text" // TWRP mod 2.7.0.8

Samsung Galaxy W @ ParanoidAndroid 4.3 [BETA3] [6/5/2014] + KhaN Kernel v2.0 // Base: I8150XXLMI // PhilZ CWM 6.01.4

"REVIVED" HTC Wildfire S @ CyanogenMod 11(AWESOME!!!) [6/5/2014] //HBoot 1.09 - unlocked BL // TWRP 2.7.0.0


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