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AT&T HTC ONE M8 twrp [ruu file][S-OFF only]

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By jball, Senior Member on 23rd November 2014, 11:10 PM
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Just one more way to install Twrp or Philz touch recovery to our
HTC one M8 .

Now this is only for S-OFF,Supercid and can be simply made for any of the HTC ONE M8 variants .

Was made for those that are on the fly RUU flashers that can't wait for the use of a computer.

Just like other ruu files in the "0P6BIMG.zip" form

place it on the root of your external sdcard and boot to "hboot".

Once hboot finishes verification and asks you what you want to do
Volume-up and install will finish and you can reboot.

Tested on my at&t HTC one m8 fully converted to GPE,S-OFF, Supercid

I give thanks to @dottat
Over in the Verizon HTC ONE M8 thread


http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2727831

Download from Dropbox

Usual disclaimer of course,I am nor anybody mentioned in this super simple thread is responsible for what happens to your device

TWRP

https://www.dropbox.com/s/9wfkwfi34c...6BIMG.zip?dl=0

Philz touch

https://www.dropbox.com/s/rrnvmdme5s...6BIMG.zip?dl=0
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24th November 2014, 10:44 PM |#2  
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You sir, are awesome. I was literally just getting ready to start a question thread asking if this very thing is possible. I remember being able to flash radios this way on my old desire hd. Haven't used it yet, but great to keep just in case.
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25th November 2014, 01:17 AM |#3  
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You sir, are awesome. I was literally just getting ready to start a question thread asking if this very thing is possible. I remember being able to flash radios this way on my old desire hd. Haven't used it yet, but great to keep just in case.

Alternatives are nice to have for sure
27th November 2014, 02:44 PM |#4  
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Alternatives are nice to have for sure

I know you said this works on your gpe converted att device, do you know if it works on stock att firmware, and dev edition converted att devices?

The reason I'm asking is I noticed that the main version doesn't match my current main version, also the hbootpreupdate does not match either.
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I know you said this works on your gpe converted att device, do you know if it works on stock att firmware, and dev edition converted att devices?

The reason I'm asking is I noticed that the main version doesn't match my current main version, also the hbootpreupdate does not match either.

If your S-OFF and supercid than it will work
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if replaced the recovery.img file with the lastest trwp.img, will this still work?
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if replaced the recovery.img file with the lastest trwp.img, will this still work?

Yes it will
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Can i flash it in 5.0.1?

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Can i flash it in 5.0.1?

This is really old, almost 2 years ago. I would not recommend installing such an old version TWRP.

For Lollipop, download TWRP 2.8.7 and flash using fastboot method: https://twrp.me/devices/htconem8gsm.html

But also recommended to update to Marshmallow firmware, in which case you want to use TWRP 3.0.2.
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