[DUMP] Stock Firmware 1.27.531.7 (4.1.2)

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fuse1820

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My apologies everyone, I have been out of state for the past week. Please note that the last recovery I posted was broken. I will be able to update everything and bring some surprises on Sunday

Hello All,

Some of you may remember me from the S2...unfortunately the thing shattered and broke. So I here I am with the HTC One :D

NOT EASILY FLASHABLE YET
A flashable ZIP will be posted in a new thread

First things first, here is a stock, untouched nandroid dump for developers. Odexed, NO ROOT. There is no RUU out there so it is important that we have this..

Build number 1.27.531.7 CL170484 release-keys
Android version 4.1.2
Kernel version 3.4.10-g24b0b2a
Baseband version 4A.14.3250.15_10.34.1150.02L

LINKS:
*Please mirror if you can*

System Directory (tar)
--
URL: http://tinyurl.com/c7mn7l3
MD5: 8f540c356a289578d92e18b5b027d86f

Boot Image/Kernel (img)
--
URL: http://tinyurl.com/c34cv2v
MD5: bd4e32bf6a217fa30b00db3318e49a35

Kernel Source Code (zip from HTCDev):
--
URL: http://tinyurl.com/cbgfr95
MD5: 8d39dabadcb154535228857761627ade

Stock Recovery (img, courtesy of mugetsu666 :) )
--
URL: Offline
MD5:

Baseband (img):
--
URL: Offline
MD5:

Coming soon:
Heavily debloated ROM (original size: 1.4GB, currently at 771MB)
 
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mugetsu666

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Thank God we have a developer in the T-Mobile forum it is slow to take off, but we have some promise

Sent from my HTC One using xda premium

Actually Team-Noctural.com has uploaded the deodexed and odex of this by XsMagical. If you're looking for a Tmobile rom that's stock or custom, we have some over at http://forums.team-nocturnal.com/forumdisplay.php/518-HTC-One, but they will also make their way over here. Cheers mate.

Team-Noctural.com/androidtechy.com/droidnow.com.
 
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Hey yaldak! I also came from he S2 forum and nice to see you here :)

I flashed a custom ROM to my One a few days ago and have decided to go back to rooted stock...Ive downloaded the zip from the Nocturnal crew so we'll see how it goes. Nice to see you here though!
 
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fuse1820

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Sticking with stock for the following reasons:

- Device is relatively new
- Sense 5 is quite...nice actually
- HTC seems to be on their game with security and customizability of the stock ROM
 

kgor93

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Sticking with stock for the following reasons:

- Device is relatively new
- Sense 5 is quite...nice actually
- HTC seems to be on their game with security and customizability of the stock ROM

Do you think you could put a how-to flash for the new users? Could help greatly.

And can't wait for the debloated ROM!
 
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Projectsk26

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so my htc is just in a reboot and im not sure hot to flash a tar file through fastboot. It wont go into recovery and just keeps bootlooping. Could anyone help me out with this?

thanks
 

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so my htc is just in a reboot and im not sure hot to flash a tar file through fastboot. It wont go into recovery and just keeps bootlooping. Could anyone help me out with this?

thanks

Hold the power button till I goes black & then hold volume down till u boot into bootloader, select recovery. If u get that far. Let me know, but U should have never flashed thus

Team-Noctural.com/androidtechy.com/droidnow.com.
 

Projectsk26

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No I didn't flash this just was hoping I could use this as an ruu. I think I know what I did. I was on cm10 and flashed straight to sense again without flashing a kernel so its boot looping. But it won't let me get into recovery anymore. Only the boot loader. Any ideas?
 

mugetsu666

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No I didn't flash this just was hoping I could use this as an ruu. I think I know what I did. I was on cm10 and flashed straight to sense again without flashing a kernel so its boot looping. But it won't let me get into recovery anymore. Only the boot loader. Any ideas?

Fastboot flash boot boot.img if that's what u need, plus if u can get into bootloader then select recovery from there to get into recovery

Team-Noctural.com/androidtechy.com/droidnow.com.
 

Projectsk26

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Okay so I got it into recovery finally. Had to erase cache from fast boot to get it. But I have nothing on internal. How can I push something to it? I have your ROM and stock kernel ready to go.
 

mugetsu666

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Okay so I got it into recovery finally. Had to erase cache from fast boot to get it. But I have nothing on internal. How can I push something to it? I have your ROM and stock kernel ready to go.

What recovery r u using. Look up how to sideload a rom through recovery, if u can't find it. Send me a PM and I'll get u back up and running

Team-Noctural.com/androidtechy.com/droidnow.com.
 

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    My apologies everyone, I have been out of state for the past week. Please note that the last recovery I posted was broken. I will be able to update everything and bring some surprises on Sunday

    Hello All,

    Some of you may remember me from the S2...unfortunately the thing shattered and broke. So I here I am with the HTC One :D

    NOT EASILY FLASHABLE YET
    A flashable ZIP will be posted in a new thread

    First things first, here is a stock, untouched nandroid dump for developers. Odexed, NO ROOT. There is no RUU out there so it is important that we have this..

    Build number 1.27.531.7 CL170484 release-keys
    Android version 4.1.2
    Kernel version 3.4.10-g24b0b2a
    Baseband version 4A.14.3250.15_10.34.1150.02L

    LINKS:
    *Please mirror if you can*

    System Directory (tar)
    --
    URL: http://tinyurl.com/c7mn7l3
    MD5: 8f540c356a289578d92e18b5b027d86f

    Boot Image/Kernel (img)
    --
    URL: http://tinyurl.com/c34cv2v
    MD5: bd4e32bf6a217fa30b00db3318e49a35

    Kernel Source Code (zip from HTCDev):
    --
    URL: http://tinyurl.com/cbgfr95
    MD5: 8d39dabadcb154535228857761627ade

    Stock Recovery (img, courtesy of mugetsu666 :) )
    --
    URL: Offline
    MD5:

    Baseband (img):
    --
    URL: Offline
    MD5:

    Coming soon:
    Heavily debloated ROM (original size: 1.4GB, currently at 771MB)
    4
    Here's the stock recovery if needed http://db.tt/lq3Q4nMK

    Team-Noctural.com/androidtechy.com/droidnow.com.
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    what happened to the tmobile stock recovery.... does anyone have it.

    I do and I'll get it to ya shortly.

    Edit: here's the link to the one I have in my db http://db.tt/rFJHGW5r I won't be home for a bit & didn't want u to be waiting for me.

    Team-Noctural.com /androidtechy.com /droidnow.com
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    Can you tell me how to flash your backup?

    U don't flash a backup, u take the files and put them in ur backup folder on ur phone. If using twrp, go into ur sd card look for twrp folder, click to open, then look for the back up folder & open it. U should have a folder with letters & numbers that represents ur phone, take all of my files from my backup & drop them on there. If u have never done a backup, u won't have this, so reboot into recovery & do backup and then reboot back to system and replace the files in ur backup with my files from my backup. Then reboot into recovery and pick restore, then restore from the backup & u should be done. If u have any more issues, I'll be unavailable for a few hours, so I'll get back to u as soon as I can

    Team-Noctural.com /androidtechy.com /droidnow.com

    ---------- Post added at 10:43 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:31 PM ----------

    Ok after all of the questions about going back to stock & taking the update, I'm going to make a flashable stock unrooted 1.27 ROM and post it. If I get the extra time I'll take the same update that tmobile pushed out the other day, which isn't really much, but I'll do it and post that as well.

    Team-Noctural.com /androidtechy.com /droidnow.com
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    Thank God we have a developer in the T-Mobile forum it is slow to take off, but we have some promise

    Sent from my HTC One using xda premium