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Hi guys,
Yesterday I took a htc one m7 and the first thing I did was unlock the bootloader and do the root. Then I wanted to put a custom rom and I made a big mistake doing the full wipe from recovery. Now I have the phone goes into recovery, remains in normal mode with the startup logo, I can do anything but do not know how to insert the rom within the mass memory (the recovery does not have the voice usb mount). I have TWRP. Is there a way to pc or something?
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Use the adb sideload solution or the adb push command

I advice the sideload if you don't know the adb commad

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What is ADB sideload?

ADB sideload is a new feature that was added to AOSP recovery in Jelly Bean. As of version 2.3, TWRP now supports ADB sideload mode. ADB sideload is a different ADB mode that you can use to push and install a zip using one command from your computer. Most likely ADB sideload won't be very useful for your average recovery user, but ADB sideload can be a huge time-saver for a ROM developer.

How do I use ADB sideload?

Have a recovery installed on your device that supports ADB sideload like TWRP 2.3 or higher
Have newer ADB binaries installed on your computer. If it's been a while since you installed ADB on your computer, you may need to get the latest ADB binaries in platform-tools from the Android SDK. You will need version 1.0.29 or higher. You can find your current version by typing "adb version" at the command line.
Set the device into ADB sideload mode. In TWRP you do this by going to Advanced then ADB Sideload.
From the command line, type adb sideload /path/to/
The file will be copied to your device to whatever the current storage location is that you have selected in the mount page. It will always be placed in the root of that storage location and named (e.g. /sdcard/ and it will automatically delete / overwrite any existing you may have on your device. As soon as the file is copied to your device, it will automatically be installed. When the install is finished you will be presented with a reboot system button so that you can reboot to test your zip.

Note that sideload mode is a separate ADB mode. While in sideload mode, regular ADB commands will not work. Once the zip has been copied to the device and the install starts (or if you hit the cancel button) regular ADB mode will resume.
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thanks a lot guys, I solved with sideload. I used the TWRP and the toolkit to insert the rom ... I immediately put the elegancia 10.0...the phone is fast and very beautiful
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Unhappy T-Mobile HTC One with Sense 6.0 bricked? Help

So I did something pretty dumb yesterday. Installed the HTC Sense 6 update on my HTC ONE M7, hated it so decided to root my phone to revert back to Sense 5.0 or 5.5 or potentially try a custom ROM. Downloaded a Tmobile 4.3 JB RUU, downloaded android SDK, HTC sync manager, Fastboot. I unlocked boot loader, installed Wheaton recovery by Koush, installed SU, figured phone was rooted but it wasn't. Now I've somehow succeeded in deleting EVERYTHING. Phone continues booting into recovery. Commands using Fastboot aren't recognized because it cannot find any device. When plugged in via USB, PC recognizes that something is plugged in but that's about it.

Open DSP-v32.120.274.0909
eMMC-boot 2048MB
May 9 2014, 15:00:26.0

<VOL UP> to previous item
<VOL DOWN> to next item
<POWER> to select item


Any help will be greatly appreciated
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