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[TUT] Flashing your First GSM 512LEO Rom - With HSPL4 (For Noobs)

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16th June 2010, 12:08 AM |#1001  
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now i've artemis rom v.20.5...i wanna update the radio. so i downloaded "HTC_HD2_RADIO_2.10.50.28_2" and CustomRUU. but it's saying me that it will flash from version "3.01.405.T1" to "2.00.911.1". is it ok? i don't wanna lose the artemis rom, i just wanna update the radio...

yea thats fine, flashing a radio wont touch the rom, , and you can pretty much ignore what it says in the version number too. Go by the filename version, not what customruu tells you.
 
 
16th June 2010, 12:09 AM |#1002  
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ok i'll do it...wait here
16th June 2010, 12:13 AM |#1003  
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OK it works...thx!
16th June 2010, 12:24 AM |#1004  
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no worries, enjoy your new rom
16th June 2010, 12:40 AM |#1005  
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need help
hi every one
pls help

PHONE LANGUAGE was arabic I flashed the radio by RUU_LEO08762_20100423 phone stock in boot loader after hard reset
then i install hspl 1.42
flashed off. rom wwe english by sn in this blog RUU_Leo_HTC_WWE_1.66.405.2_Radio_Signed_15.30.50.0 7U_2.06.51.07_Ship
no chance i change bootloader to

pb81100 hx-bc
spl-1.66.hspl xe
0x05
cotulla hspl 0x40

phone got htc boot screen managed to install windows and stock in orange windows screen
and boot screen converted to

a hx-bc
spl-1.66.hspl xe
0x05
cotulla hspl 0x40

active center can connect phone

i have flash type 5510 BCAD
POWER RESON 1 OR 3 OR 4 OR 6 ERROR TIME T TIME ON 1ST STEP
HTC BOOT SCREEN
R.2.06.51.07
G.15.30.50.07U
1.66.76.641

THEN PHONE INSTALLING WINDOWS EACH TIMEUP TO LAST ORANG SCREEN AND STOCK
BATERY DOSE NOT CHARGE
AND NOTING ONLY WINDOWS LOGO SCREEN WILL DIM RESPONDING TO FINGER GET THE LIGHT BACK
IF DONT TOUCH SCREEN GOES OFF

HSPL2 DOSNOT WORK
BAD ID ERROR

mtty1.42 DOSNOT WORK
cooked rom cant flash id error

FLASH VIA SD CARD NOT WORKING WHILE CHECKING GIVING ME SOME NO. LIKE 00058 IS NOT EXACT
FINALY JUMP TO BOOT LOADER


a hx-bc
spl-1.66.hspl xe
0x05
cotulla hspl 0x40

WHAT DOS THE (a) MEAN at boot loader

my hope is find stock rom

and flash by sd

pls help how to download stock rom

how to get back or repair bootloader
pls advise me

as i said i have to fixed it by myself
there is no other choice

im at remote area whit dc dial up
my pc windows 7 64 hp

my email ([email protected] )


many thanks in advanced
16th June 2010, 01:33 AM |#1006  
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i have flash type 5510 BCAD
POWER RESON 1 OR 3 OR 4 OR 6 ERROR TIME T TIME ON 1ST STEP
HTC BOOT SCREEN
R.2.06.51.07
G.15.30.50.07U
1.66.76.641

THEN PHONE INSTALLING WINDOWS EACH TIMEUP TO LAST ORANG SCREEN AND STOCK
BATERY DOSE NOT CHARGE
AND NOTING ONLY WINDOWS LOGO SCREEN WILL DIM RESPONDING TO FINGER GET THE LIGHT BACK
IF DONT TOUCH SCREEN GOES OFF

bent battery connector? Check the three battery connector pins carefully. It seems they bend easily.
16th June 2010, 12:43 PM |#1007  
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I have followed your instructions from step 1 and step 2 and i get a fatal error 'Bad Model ID'
17th June 2010, 03:20 PM |#1008  
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I have followed your instructions from step 1 and step 2 and i get a fatal error 'Bad Model ID'

Well what device are you using and what version of hspl are you using? Some more information may make it a little easier to provide help as my crystal ball seems to have given up the ghost.

Neither hspl not hspl2 will work on the TMOUS device, you need to use hspl_1024. If you have a Telstra device only hspl works (hspl2 doesn't)
17th June 2010, 06:54 PM |#1009  
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When the phone goes into the bootloader connect the usb cable so that it says usb on the screen and then flash a new rom (one with a radio included). Should be fine after that.

Mark.

I tried to flash Duttys HG 3.8 and Chucky ROM. Neither worked. It enters the bootloader, the gey screen with bluetext appears for a splitt second and it goes back to the tricolor screen.
17th June 2010, 08:26 PM |#1010  
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I tried to flash Duttys HG 3.8 and Chucky ROM. Neither worked. It enters the bootloader, the gey screen with bluetext appears for a splitt second and it goes back to the tricolor screen.

you maybe have a rom image on your sd card. take out the card, connect to usb, wait for serial to become usb and flash.
18th June 2010, 07:13 AM |#1011  
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Well what device are you using and what version of hspl are you using? Some more information may make it a little easier to provide help as my crystal ball seems to have given up the ghost.

Neither hspl not hspl2 will work on the TMOUS device, you need to use hspl_1024. If you have a Telstra device only hspl works (hspl2 doesn't)

Yes thank you and sorry for being a little vague. I now understand that i need to use HSPL as i have a Telstra HTC HD2. I have downloaded the HSPL zip file but Winzip will not open it and it doesn't give my any clue as to why not.
Do you have a copy of the HSPL zip file that will open for me?
thanks again.
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