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Stock 3.30.651.2 PC36IMG.ZIP Format

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24th September 2010, 04:51 AM   |  #1  
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Phone: HTC Evo
Requirement: NAND unlock S-OFF (this allows for unsigned ROM)
Format: PC36IMG.ZIP
OS: 3.30.651.2 (2.6.32-15 Kernal)
Radio: 9.01
hboot: 2.02.0000
recovery: clockworkMod 2.5.0.1
WIMAX: 26023
PRI Version: 1.77_003
Wipes all user data: YES
Rooted: Yes
Link: http://www.megafileupload.com/en/fil...36IMG-zip.html

How to install: Download the file from the link above and and rename it from [Megafileupload]PC36IMG.zip to PC36IMG.zip. Place the file "PC36IMG.ZIP" file on the root of the SD-CARD. Power down the phone. Power up the phone while holding down the volume down button. The phone will prompt you to install a new rom, follow the prompts and reboot after flashing.

Purpose:
To create a current base rom to flash other roms without starting at the 1.47 PC36IMG.zip version.

Disclaimer: I am not responsible for any damage to your phone! Please do a nano backup prior to using this rom. This definately is a test rom, worked perfectly for myself, but not tested by anyone else. If you have any problems, boot into recovery and restore your nano backup.

Acknowledgments:
All the developers that have shared their hard work on XDA!

Note: You can unzip the file, remove the modules like ClockWorksMod or hboot then rezip the file as PC36IMG.zip to prevent those portions from being installed if you prefer.
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I was just about to request this. Thanks!
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Just to Clarify: (not that your directions weren't clear, just want to make sure there are no hiccups for anyone.)

The phone will scan for and find the image.
It will take a little while to load. Should have a blue status bar to the right.
Do you want to start update? Volume Up: Yes
Once it is finished: Do you want to reboot device? Volume Up: Yes
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uberlemur let me know how it works for you. Like I said I only tested it on my phone. But I am confident that it will work, or I wouldn't have tried it on my own phone.

Karadorde, thanks for the more detailed instructions.
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Originally Posted by weidnerj

uberlemur let me know how it works for you. Like I said I only tested it on my phone. But I am confident that it will work, or I wouldn't have tried it on my own phone.

Karadorde, thanks for the more detailed instructions.

Yours were fine and it is pretty self explanatory, but I know doing things through HBoot can sometimes be daunting for those who have never tried it.
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Just wanted to clarify if flashing this IMG with the .79 hboot will re lock Nand protection. I've used Toasts part 1&2 and yet skeptical about using unrevoked forever.
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good stuff man!
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Here is a picture of my Evo screen. I had used unrevoked forever prior to flashing the rom.
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Here is a picture of my Evo screen. I had used unrevoked forever prior to flashing the rom.

The reason why I asked is that when rooting a new EVO,the radio, pri and wimax partitions get downgraded(using the traditional root method). With this, you can revert to the most current partitions all in a single flash including the Rom base instead of multiple flashes correct ??
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You are correct, as long as you have ran the unrevoked forever to turn off the NAND unlock S-OFF prior to installing this ROM so that you can flash unsigned ROMs. This ROM has root built into it, so it would be just one step process to flash with this rom to have the latest of everything yet still have root.

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