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11th April 2013, 08:01 AM |#51  
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Originally Posted by aamirrasool

Actually the fact is that you didnt read the thread...
its now mentioning that its not working, not at the time when i tired and in single step everything was right and on reboot it was the same...

I dont know y some people are short-Tempered...

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How does you not knowing it doesnt work because you didn't read have any relation to the fact that you think i didnt read it? I have read the entire thread and am following it ever since it was first posted. Im done arguing with you

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Really no need to argue over a thing which doesnt even work yet. I'm sure, when Maarten finds a solution, he'll update this thread with proper date of change.

@aamirrasool,
dear, strictly speaking, the xda rules DO expect us to SEARCH/SEARCH/SEARCH, READ/READ/READ, then SEARCH a bit more, and then make a POST. its a crazy place to be

Anyways......................... Can't we all just, get along now ?

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9th May 2013, 04:29 PM |#52  
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Any one tried this method for SUPERCID its for droid dna and requires a locked bootloader.

Supercid-droid dna

only ICS not JB.
9th May 2013, 04:34 PM |#53  
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Any one tried this method for SUPERCID its for droid dna and requires a locked bootloader.

Supercid-droid dna

only ICS not JB.

is there any risk trying this? :S
9th May 2013, 05:14 PM |#54  
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is there any risk trying this? :S

Besides bricking your phone?

I think it won't work, because it has been made specifically for their device...

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9th May 2013, 05:36 PM |#55  
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can someone tell me what hboot is ?

is it the bootloader or is the bootloader hardcoded into the device(never changed).

Reason the cid is hardcoded into the bootloader parameters and then forwarded to the kernel cmdline.
9th May 2013, 05:39 PM |#56  
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can someone tell me what hboot is ?

is it the bootloader or is the bootloader hardcoded into the device(never changed).

Reason the cid is hardcoded into the bootloader parameters and then forwarded to the kernel cmdline.

hboot is like the partition table for the device.. thats what I have heard
9th May 2013, 05:48 PM |#57  
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Could be compared to grub under Linux and contains something similar to master boot record of hard disks.

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9th May 2013, 06:26 PM |#58  
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Could be compared to grub under Linux and contains something similar to master boot record of hard disks.

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grub doesnt set kernel parameters here the bootloader sets certain parameters that are then passed to the kernel cmdline.

looks like the cid might be checked by the hboot and any changes get overwritten at boot by the bootloader(hence kernel parameters).

in theory if the kernel parameter for cid is not passed to cmdline then after applying this(the one mentioned in this thread) method the supercid should stick.

but you need a guy experienced in htc devices and good with kernel to try this.
9th May 2013, 08:08 PM |#59  
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Originally Posted by Dark Passenger

grub doesnt set kernel parameters here the bootloader sets certain parameters that are then passed to the kernel cmdline.

looks like the cid might be checked by the hboot and any changes get overwritten at boot by the bootloader(hence kernel parameters).

in theory if the kernel parameter for cid is not passed to cmdline then after applying this(the one mentioned in this thread) method the supercid should stick.

but you need a guy experienced in htc devices and good with kernel to try this.

HBOOT is just another name for bootloader...

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10th May 2013, 05:12 AM |#60  
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HBOOT is just another name for bootloader...

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Ooooh so it can be modified but with a risk of bricking....and no sources .....
10th May 2013, 07:32 AM |#61  
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Technically, we are enabled to modify the bootloader with s-off, but on some devices supercid is achieved before s-off...

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