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To avoid more user lost touch and asking the same thing...here we go...

Requirement

Strictly for endeavoru only (HTC One X International - Tegra)
Hboot 1.3+



How To Flash

1. Unlock bootloader at HTCDev
2. Boot into bootloader
3. In terminal, fastboot flash recovery 'name of recovery.img'
4. In terminal 'fastboot erase cache'
5. Boot into recovery


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8th June 2014, 01:04 PM |#2  
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I think hboot 1.7+ is not a requirememt? Because i use it with 1.36 hboot
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Quote:
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I think hboot 1.7+ is not a requirememt? Because i use it with 1.36 hboot

Reach limit...thanks..didn't know
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hey bro also add the previous build so that ur work can easily reachable
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8th June 2014, 01:17 PM |#5  
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Yes, a new thread finally i'll test 2.7.1.0 tomorrow

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3. In terminal, fastboot flash boot 'name of recovery.img'
Shouldn't it be fastboot flash recovery?

Any info on what is different about this version?
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Yep it's :

Fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

And advised is also :

Fastboot erase cache
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Nice with a separate thread for this one, thanks
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Yep it's :

Fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

And advised is also :

Fastboot erase cache

It says fastboot flash boot name.img in the first post. @audahadi please change it so people don't get problems
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....too much flashing boot.img

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Quote:
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....too much flashing boot.img

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Haha no problem mate, been there done that
8th June 2014, 05:19 PM |#11  
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@audahadi

Can you recheck and confirm this mmcblk0p15 inside init.recovery.endeavoru.rc

Code:
on init
    mount ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p15 /cache wait nosuid nodev
    chown system cache /cache
    chmod 0770 /cache
in cat proc/emmc

mmcblk0p13: 14000000 00001000 "cache"
mmcblk0p15: 89400000 00001000 "userdata"
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