Originally Posted by scoork
Need some help... (yeah - suprise)
Got HTC 820 (all info on bot) i'm newbie, so please forgive me my mistakes (stupid, stupid mistakes).
Had original android on my mobile - Polish brand with lot of unnecessary apps - that i was unable to remove (how the hell facebook, or twietter could be unmovable system app?) So i made unlock and root - also installed trwp on my device. I did removed all unnecessary apps and was quite happy with it for over 3 weeks but in my stupidity i DIDN'T make my own recovery. Then my android give me an info about upgrade and i did confirmed.... (stop laughing please) First part went ok, upgrade was downloaded on my device and after reboot it entered into twrp (didnt know it need to be relocked first to close trwp). So i (my stupid ignorance) wiped data - was thinking that will restore my old system, but it only made my mobile into restarting loop.
making long case short - i need recovery file or unofficial zip that works.
Did download 8 of them now (inc.. 0PFJIMG_A51_UL_M60_DESIRE_SENSE70_MR_HTC_Europe_3. 17.401.3_Radio_01.01.010_U10305041_08.01.50512_rel ease_476105_signed_2 - BUT IT WAS CORRUPTED - tried 3 different source - unable to open on pc, unable to read on mobile, HT597YC02078, htc-desire-820u-5.1.1-stock-singed) from other sites, google drives, etc, but for some reasons i'm unable to download any file from US mirror (it starts - sometimes even with normal speed - then slows down until full stop) Links on Mega are usually deleted (old system).
So please: Can you give me a link on to file that works and is NOT on androidfilehost, easyfirmware or xda?
I know that Mega or google drive worked fine.
A51_U: PVT SHIP S-ON
eMMc-boot 2048 0C
Nov 13 2015,18:02:23.0
CID - HTC_032
Ok. I am also from Poland, listen.
I always catch a bootloop in twrp when updating root binaries, busybux etc. This phone is really strange
Did you made any backup?
If you did system and data at least - good.
1.Wipe data, cache, system and dalvic
2. Make backup of recovery and boot.
3. Wipe cache and restore backup of recovery and boot that you did. Swipe to reboot to system. It should boot to twrp again, but if it starts booting normally, force turn it off (by pressing volume up and power for about 15 sec) and install backup of data and system. If it still bootloops, restore backup of boot and recovery, and wipe cache. Reboot. Do this until it works.
If you do not have any backups, i can upload my system backups.
Hope you fix it.