You can't simply extract an encrypted Ruu.Please give me the verizon nougat sd card flash ruu link. I download one file but when i extract its say file corporate, the file link here https://androidfilehost.com/?fid=818070582850488127
On a lunch break and just going from long ago memories:@santod040 If you're still around and not sick of answering Qs would you know the above or below?
I guess no one looks at this thread anymore, but I'm gonna ask another question anyway, maybe I'll get lucky:
Why is it on the M8 when formatting DATA where you have to type "yes", it will wipe TWRP config in SDCARD/TWRP, but on the M9 formatting DATA does not wipe TWRP config? Same with wiping Internal using advanced wipe in TWRP does not wipe TWRP config on M9, but it does on M8.
Hope you're enjoying your lunch You get back to me whenever you got time, and thank you.On a lunch break and just going from long ago memories:
If I recall correctly, the M9 has A/B partitioning.
Which gives Twrp somewhere to store persistent configs.
On the M8, when you wipe all, it's wiping your only partition, which is the only place for the config file to live.
Hope that answers your question.
You are aware that writing to your devices' partitions increases your risks. You understand and agree that i cannot be held responsible for such or any other damages. The flash process is theoretically safe and tested. However you are the brains behind the wheel and you are solely responsible for the execution of the processes. I will not accept any responsibility. I only provide access to the files and the information and you choose to execute them or not. You understand that you should not use any files from here, if you are not willing to accept the risk.
Important: the flash process halts at around 75% to 90% on phone screen! This is normal and a safety precaution!
The last few percent is the reboot, which is NOT happening automatically, so you get a chance to check the console output before reboot to make sure it is safe to reboot!
The bar will only fill up to 100% once you type the following command:
fastboot flash zip firmware.zip
HTC_fastboot flash zip firmware.zip