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1.44.0007
 
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1.44.1107
 
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[POLL] What HBOOT Version Are You Running?

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By nbetcher, Senior Member on 9th August 2011, 09:09 PM
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28th September 2011, 05:31 AM |#21  
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cool thanks, thats kind of what i was thinking, but was hoping i wouldnt have to do that since my bootloader is already s-off'ed...
28th September 2011, 10:02 PM |#22  
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I have HBOOT-1.44.1107

But I just noticed that this is a result of the S-OFF change... so delete my vote?
7th January 2012, 01:36 AM |#23  
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S-off without Revolutionary?
So... if hboot version (1.44.0006) is the s-off bootloader, is there any way to flash this hboot to get s-off instead of having to use revolutionary? The reason I'm asking is because I want to be able to use a specific fastboot command to change the mac address of my MT4GS to the mac address of my T-mobile G2 so that I can use the internet on at Nova Southeastern University. NSU wifi clients must have a registered mac address, and it seems that after using revolutionary and trying to follow this http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=686789, which worked fine on my T-mobile G2, the command

fastboot oem emapiWlanMac

doesn't seem to exist.
18th February 2012, 12:32 AM |#24  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by thrice43

So... if hboot version (1.44.0006) is the s-off bootloader, is there any way to flash this hboot to get s-off instead of having to use revolutionary? The reason I'm asking is because I want to be able to use a specific fastboot command to change the mac address of my MT4GS to the mac address of my T-mobile G2 so that I can use the internet on at Nova Southeastern University. NSU wifi clients must have a registered mac address, and it seems that after using revolutionary and trying to follow this http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=686789, which worked fine on my T-mobile G2, the command

fastboot oem emapiWlanMac

doesn't seem to exist.

Why not just re register your mac address? Seems a lot easier than having to reflash a different hboot, just to get S-OFF, which you already have.
23rd February 2012, 02:45 AM |#25  
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Why not just re register your mac address? Seems a lot easier than having to reflash a different hboot, just to get S-OFF, which you already have.

Its different. U can ifconfig hw eth0 mm:aa:cc:cc:cc or ip link the mac address, but it'll reset once ur disconnected from ap and u gotta continuously repeat the script. Its not persistent or permanent. The fastboot command is permanent, even if u reboot or change kernels. And if the phone had the hboot I'd like, you would only really need to run two commands, adb reboot-bootloader, then fastboot oem oemeapiwlan 00:00:00:00:00. Aside from that specific mac address related fastboot command, doubleshot doesn't really have an engineering hboot so we don't have all the fastboot oem commands that a typical engineering hboot, such as G2's or sensation has. Such commands can affect your phone at a hardware level inaccessible otherwise
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23rd February 2012, 03:33 AM |#26  
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Revo 1.44.0007

Just my spare change.
23rd February 2012, 03:36 AM |#27  
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1·45·0013

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23rd February 2012, 06:08 AM |#28  
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This thread is no longer necessary, we know what the hboot versions are for this device.

1.44.0006
1.44.0007
1.44.1107
1.45.0013

You can find copies of each in my dev reference.

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