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[TUTORIAL]Return to full stock 2.3.5[WFS-2012 Compatible]

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27th June 2014, 12:45 PM   |  #1  
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Hey guys today I'm giving you the full tutorial to get back to stock,WFS-2012 Compatible!
Follow all these instructions:
1.Make your SDCard a GoldCard using this tool.
2.Now turn off your phone and reboot it to bootloader and open FASTBOOT tab.
3.Plug your phone to the PC,it should look like this on Phone
Code:
FASTBOOT USB
4.Download Stock Recovery for 2.3.5 from here
5.Open the package you used to unlock your phone with and type this
Code:
fastboot flash recovery srecovery235.img
6.then type this
Code:
fastboot oem lock
7.Then plug your phone to PC and flash the desired RUU from here
8.Press Thanks for this unbelievable guide
NOTE:HTC Drivers for Windows 8/8.1
You can post your questions here if you want
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27th June 2014, 12:49 PM   |  #2  
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I would like to add that, if you are on windows 8.1, you cannot use fastboot with Wildfire S.

So, you can install a flashable zip of the stock rom with CWM recovery, maybe from crossfire77's thread.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2143410
27th June 2014, 12:54 PM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by polfrank

I would like to add that, if you are on windows 8.1, you cannot use fastboot with Wildfire S.

So, you can install a flashable zip of the stock rom with CWM recovery, maybe from crossfire77's thread.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2143410

Thx,but isn't there HTC Drivers for Windows 8?
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Thx,but isn't there HTC Drivers for Windows 8?

Yes, for Windows 8 yes. But for Windows 8.1 no.
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Yes, for Windows 8 yes. But for Windows 8.1 no.

What do you call this?
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What do you call this?

Look at the second post: Thanks! But fastboot doesn't work

I may be wrong, but I don't think fastboot works on Windows 8.1 for Wildfire S.

Anyway, thanks for sharing your great tutorial!

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If you have an USB 3.0 port fastboot works
With USB 2.0 Fastboot works only with hboot versions higher than 1.54 :-/

Well, I saw this comment too. I'm not gonna try, but if anyone gets it to work, just share it! ^^
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Look at the second post: Thanks! But fastboot doesn't work

I may be wrong, but I don't think fastboot works on Windows 8.1 for Wildfire S.

Anyway, thanks for sharing your great tutorial!

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Well, I saw this comment too. I'm not gonna try, but if anyone gets it to work, just share it! ^^

I already know all of this
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I already know all of this

And? It works in Windows 8.1? I mean: Does fastboot work in Windows 8.1 for WFS?
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can we add anything to this stock rom to increase internal memory or use a part of external memory?
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can we add anything to this stock rom to increase internal memory or use a part of external memory?

You may use INT2EXT+ with a partitioned sdcard.

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