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    Phone: Huawei Nexus 6P (Stock, rooted)
    Recovery: TWRP
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    Huawei Nexus 6P

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That would provide definitive proof that the 1.57 hboot and the VM version of the 1.58 hboot (which is identical to the Sprint 1.58 version) have the same partition configuration as the Sprint stock ICS bootloader. I'm 99.9% sure that is the case,...
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Thanks for all the help here, everybody. My fiance's phone bootlooped, and I was able to get it working again by doing the below: - Disassembled the phone - Removed the thermal pad - Cut the shielding in the plate that covers the CPU / RAM - H...
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If it still boots and has root, you can just use dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p4 of=/sdcard/p4.img That will put a p4.img on your sdcard. Otherwise if it doesn't boot and is the bricked mode then you can just use URT to back it up. The backup op...
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Hopefully an Evo V user who wants S-OFF and has been putting off doing the wire trick will be willing to give this method a try. I made this post in a thread on the Evo V All Things Root forum at androidforums.com to let those users know that you ...
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Sorry, busy weekend... Either way will work, I just want to see what the V's partition looks like, it will help me add a CID changer possibly to the Tool. No worries, I'll do a dump of the partition now (before attempting the downgrade) - that wa...