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[RELEASE][CWM2] All desire HBOOT's ready for install via RECOVERY [S-ON/OFF][GSM]

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By nickislauw, Senior Member on 29th June 2011, 08:23 PM
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Hi all,

Here I present you; all the HBOOT'S from the alpharev website all in a zip format, so you can flash it via recovery

I tested it myself and its working without any brick or something

Tested it with CWM 2.5.0.7

note: this is ONLY for GSM devices!!!

If someone could please convert the CWM2XXX scripts to CWM3XXX scripts, because i'm not able to do it.
I will add your credit to OP!! (thanks in advance)


ClockWorkMod 2XXX versions are at the bottom post, and ClockWorkMod 3XXXX verions are coming soon! since I can't convert the script and someone else has to do it!



I dont know if these zip's will work if you are S-ON! But you could try it if youre a huge tester like me ghehe, I dont know why it won't work.


Thank you for your understanding

BUT IF YOUR PHONE WILL BRICK, I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE!

How to install??

1. Put the zips on your SDCard.
2. Reboot into recovery.
3. Choose the zip to install.
4. Let it install, and it will reboot twice to install, so DONT pull the batt out.
5. Thank me and enjoy!


Have a nice day
Attached Files
File Type: zip bravodowngradeHBOOT.zip - [Click for QR Code] (219.5 KB, 1312 views)
File Type: zip bravostockHBOOT.zip - [Click for QR Code] (219.5 KB, 1342 views)
File Type: zip cm7r2HBOOT.zip - [Click for QR Code] (219.5 KB, 1698 views)
File Type: zip data++HBOOT.zip - [Click for QR Code] (219.5 KB, 823 views)
File Type: zip n1HBOOT.zip - [Click for QR Code] (219.5 KB, 371 views)
File Type: zip OxygenR2HBOOT.zip - [Click for QR Code] (219.5 KB, 563 views)
File Type: zip senseHBOOT.zip - [Click for QR Code] (219.5 KB, 624 views)
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29th June 2011, 09:10 PM |#2  
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Nice, thank you so much for this!!
29th June 2011, 09:11 PM |#3  
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wow..!
what a fantastic idea...hope it works
29th June 2011, 09:15 PM |#4  
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nice idea!!!
can u plase release the Md5 of the zips
29th June 2011, 09:15 PM |#5  
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Great idea, can anyone else confirm this works?
29th June 2011, 09:19 PM |#6  
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nice idea!!!
can u plase release the Md5 of the zips

lol I dont have them XD #sorry..

but i can asure you it will work
29th June 2011, 09:21 PM |#7  
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CM7R2 hboot dont work. How install Cm7 hboot on my desire? easy way pls
29th June 2011, 09:23 PM |#8  
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CM7R2 hboot dont work. How install Cm7 hboot on my desire? easy way pls

Why not? Wich error gives it??

Tested it with CWM 2.5.0.7
29th June 2011, 10:07 PM |#9  
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Why not? Wich error gives it??

He might have used ClockworkMod > 3.0 which doesn't support the amend scripting of your update scripts.

After I have read your first message, I have tried to find the edify equivalent for write_hboot_image and all I have found was that htc.install_hboot is the one, but in the CWM 4.x it requires 7 parameters. On a Hiapk forum I have found the following sample:
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assert(htc.install_hboot(package_extract_file("hboot.img"),
                         320, 480, 16,
                         package_extract_file("install.565"),
                         package_extract_file("error.565")));
The sample contains only 6 parameters. In CWM 4.x, the seventh parameter is a string version of a SHA1 checksum (of hboot.img, I suppose). Some details in <cyanogenmod git tree>/device/htc/common/updater/recovery_updater.c. I suppose one may have to produce the 2 bitmaps, but I don't know how to use the SHA1 key in this case. If this problem is solved, then the radio flash problem is solved too.
29th June 2011, 10:08 PM |#10  
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lol I dont have them XD #sorry..

but i can asure you it will work

Could a corrupt download not still leave us with a brick, or is it different flashing them this way (i.e. it would detect it was corrupt and not flash)? Either way thanks for these
29th June 2011, 10:13 PM |#11  
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He might have used ClockworkMod > 3.0 which doesn't support the amend scripting of your update scripts.

After I have read your first message, I have tried to find the edify equivalent for write_hboot_image and all I have found was that htc.install_hboot is the one, but in the CWM 4.x it requires 7 parameters. On a Hiapk forum I have found the following sample:

Code:
assert(htc.install_hboot(package_extract_file("hboot.img"),
                         320, 480, 16,
                         package_extract_file("install.565"),
                         package_extract_file("error.565")));
The sample contains only 6 parameters. In CWM 4.x, the seventh parameter is a string version of a SHA1 checksum (of hboot.img, I suppose). Some details in <cyanogenmod git tree>/device/htc/common/updater/recovery_updater.c. I suppose one may have to produce the 2 bitmaps, but I don't know how to use the SHA1 key in this case. If this problem is solved, then the radio flash problem is solved too.

well thanks for that, i will add to OP to use cwm 2xx
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