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OTA's:


Stock Firmwares:


Stock H-boot (All Hboots include a MD5 file) [Make sure to unzip do not flash zip.]:

Non IMG:

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Recoveries:

RUUS (EXE):

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RUUS (ZIP):


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How tos:

Backup Hboot (MUST HAVE ROOT):

 
To back up hboot use the following code in cmd prompt:

Code:
adb shell
su
dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p11 of=/sdcard/mmcblk0p11
This will back up your hboot to your internal sdcard.
If you want a hboot image use this:

Code:
adb shell
su
dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p11 of=/sdcard/mmcblk0p11.img

Restore Hboot backup from either booted inside Android or from Recovery:

 
BEFORE FLASHING MAKE SURE TO CHECK MD5 IF YOU DOWNLOADED ONE OF MY FILES!

Make sure the backup hboot is on your internal sdcard and then issue this command in cmd prompt:

Code:
adb shell
su
dd if=/sdcard/mmcblk0p11 of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p11
Next run this code to make sure it flashed correctly if it says they differ DO NOT REBOOT!
Code:
diff /sdcard/mmcblk0p18 /dev/block/mmcblk0p18
If you use a .img run this:
Code:
adb shell
su
dd if=/sdcard/mmcblk0p11 of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p11.img
And just like the other one run this:
if it says they differ DO NOT REBOOT!
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diff /sdcard/mmcblk0p18 /dev/block/mmcblk0p18.img
Are you S-ON?
 
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Do I have to s-off to flash the Ota? Just go go to stock 1.57 w/ stock recovery. Then just put it on the root of my sdcard and boot into fastboot and let it update right? Since it's a tmobile update and the Id matches. Have have not done it this way in a really long time
 
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Do I have to s-off to flash the Ota? Just go go to stock 1.57 w/ stock recovery. Then just put it on the root of my sdcard and boot into fastboot and let it update right? Since it's a tmobile update and the Id matches. Have have not done it this way in a really long time
You don't need S-off for this all you need to have is a complete stock ROM including the file that bootloader unlock deletes (if you've unlocked bootloader) and the stock recovery. And the easiest way to flash it is going to be to put the OTA on the root of your internal storage boot into stock recovery and when you see just an image of a phone hold the power button and then press up on the volume key and it will give you the option to install from internal storage. (It may be power and volume down if up doesn't work.)
 
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The file unlocking the bootloader deletes? I never knew of such a file

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If I restore a stock backup. It's that file in there?
 
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The file unlocking the bootloader deletes? I never knew of such a file

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If I restore a stock backup. It's that file in there?
It deletes the calculator app, flashlight and some other file when you unlock the bootloader I know the stock backups I've used don't have them so I followed this thread to get them back and you should then be full stock.
 
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Restore stock backup, downloaded off xda. Fish stock recovery. Then flash Ota through the stock recovery. Thats it right?

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I don't need to relock first, correct?

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Sorry for all the questions. I haven't flashed through a stock recovery in years.

Do I extract this 2.22 zip and then put on the root of the sdcard or leave it as is?
 
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Restore stock backup, downloaded off xda. Fish stock recovery. Then flash Ota through the stock recovery. Thats it right?

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I don't need to relock first, correct?

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Sorry for all the questions. I haven't flashed through a stock recovery in years.

Do I extract this 2.22 zip and then put on the root of the sdcard or leave it as is?
That is correct.

DONT extract the 2.22 zip flash it as a zip.
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What is the best way to flash just the firmware? I am on viper so i think I have everything but the firmware updated.
 
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What is the best way to flash just the firmware? I am on viper so i think I have everything but the firmware updated.
That's been my issue too.. It's a mission to get just the firmware without replacing custom recovery and such... I got a FW from another member that just flashes the firmware and new radio.. Uploading now... You have to flash it through Hboot.


Here you go : https://www.dropbox.com/s/7dqnr7xrsd...-noredtext.zip
 
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What is the best way to flash just the firmware? I am on viper so i think I have everything but the firmware updated.
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That's been my issue too.. It's a mission to get just the firmware without replacing custom recovery and such... I got a FW from another member that just flashes the firmware and new radio.. Uploading now... You have to flash it through Hboot.


Here you go : https://www.dropbox.com/s/7dqnr7xrsd...-noredtext.zip
As I recall you will need to go back to complete stock and relock your bootloader. I think you should be able to back up your rom and restore it after you update the firmware and unlock it again.


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