[TUTO]Cyanogenmod in HTC one s

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Spertin

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Hi everyone !
Sorry if this was already posted but I only wanted a tutorial on how to install cm on my phone ( I've already unlocked the boot of my phone, its rooted ) so, if you have a simple link, please share it, I'll thank you for it.
Sincerely yours,
Spertin

Edit : this is a s4 HTC one s.
 
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BrandonBolton

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I meant a good tutorial, one you trust in ..

The easiest way is to flash ClockworkMod recovery with fastboot and install Rom Manager. After that, download the CyanogenMod zip you want and flash it. Remember to select back up and wipe data. Those are the two toggle options in the flash screen.

It really isn't all that hard.

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NQNH

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The easiest way is to flash ClockworkMod recovery with fastboot and install Rom Manager. After that, download the CyanogenMod zip you want and flash it. Remember to select back up and wipe data. Those are the two toggle options in the flash screen.

It really isn't all that hard.

Sent from my HTC VLE_U using xda premium

I would recommend trwp, not cwm
and if twrp, the 2.3.3.0 seems to be the stablest one.

you have to be unlocked.
this is for s-off. for s-on go the same way with the extra steps at the bottom.

1. put the rom on your sd card and extract the boot.img from the rom
2. put the gapps for 4.2.2 on your sd card
3. turn off, turn on holding power and volume- button
4. connect your device via usb to your pc
5. install latest htc sync drivers
6. switch on your phone to fastboot usb (press power on hboot usb which is blue, it should turn into fastboot usb in red then)
7. download the all in one toolkit
8. download twrp 2.3.3.0
9. rename it to recovery and put it in the aio-folder where adb and fastboot.exe is located. put the boot.img into this folder too.
10. press right-klick when holding shift
11. open command line here
12. type in: fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
13. on your phone, go to hboot usb again, than navigate with volume buttons to recovery and press the power button
14. your are in twrp now, tip on wipe, and wipe system, data and cache
15. go back to menu and go to "install"
16. install from sd
17. select the cm.zip and flash it
18. after this, flash the gapps
19. wipe cache and dalvik cache

if you are s-on:

20. reboot to bootloader
21. fastboot usb again
22. open the commandline again
23. fastboot flash boot.img
24. switch to hboot usb again
25. reboot
26. done
 

BrandonBolton

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Aug 12, 2013
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I would recommend trwp, not cwm
and if twrp, the 2.3.3.0 seems to be the stablest one.

you have to be unlocked.
this is for s-off. for s-on go the same way with the extra steps at the bottom.

1. put the rom on your sd card and extract the boot.img from the rom
2. put the gapps for 4.2.2 on your sd card
3. turn off, turn on holding power and volume- button
4. connect your device via usb to your pc
5. install latest htc sync drivers
6. switch on your phone to fastboot usb (press power on hboot usb which is blue, it should turn into fastboot usb in red then)
7. download the all in one toolkit
8. download twrp 2.3.3.0
9. rename it to recovery and put it in the aio-folder where adb and fastboot.exe is located. put the boot.img into this folder too.
10. press right-klick when holding shift
11. open command line here
12. type in: fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
13. on your phone, go to hboot usb again, than navigate with volume buttons to recovery and press the power button
14. your are in twrp now, tip on wipe, and wipe system, data and cache
15. go back to menu and go to "install"
16. install from sd
17. select the cm.zip and flash it
18. after this, flash the gapps
19. wipe cache and dalvik cache

if you are s-on:

20. reboot to bootloader
21. fastboot usb again
22. open the commandline again
23. fastboot flash boot.img
24. switch to hboot usb again
25. reboot
26. done

I always forget the fastboot flash boot boot.img part. :(

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tivofool

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Jun 6, 2012
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but you didn't cover upgrading the RUU. Do you have to do this? I tried last night and none of the firmware.zip files would work that were linked to in this post: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2322755
I'm on cm 10.0

Yes, you have to upgrade.

The easiest way is to run a jellybean RUU.exe. Relock your bootloader and run the ruu.exe.

Then go through the steps of unlocking bootloader, installing recovery, flashing a rom, flash the boot.img.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2200930
 

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    The easiest way is to flash ClockworkMod recovery with fastboot and install Rom Manager. After that, download the CyanogenMod zip you want and flash it. Remember to select back up and wipe data. Those are the two toggle options in the flash screen.

    It really isn't all that hard.

    Sent from my HTC VLE_U using xda premium

    I would recommend trwp, not cwm
    and if twrp, the 2.3.3.0 seems to be the stablest one.

    you have to be unlocked.
    this is for s-off. for s-on go the same way with the extra steps at the bottom.

    1. put the rom on your sd card and extract the boot.img from the rom
    2. put the gapps for 4.2.2 on your sd card
    3. turn off, turn on holding power and volume- button
    4. connect your device via usb to your pc
    5. install latest htc sync drivers
    6. switch on your phone to fastboot usb (press power on hboot usb which is blue, it should turn into fastboot usb in red then)
    7. download the all in one toolkit
    8. download twrp 2.3.3.0
    9. rename it to recovery and put it in the aio-folder where adb and fastboot.exe is located. put the boot.img into this folder too.
    10. press right-klick when holding shift
    11. open command line here
    12. type in: fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
    13. on your phone, go to hboot usb again, than navigate with volume buttons to recovery and press the power button
    14. your are in twrp now, tip on wipe, and wipe system, data and cache
    15. go back to menu and go to "install"
    16. install from sd
    17. select the cm.zip and flash it
    18. after this, flash the gapps
    19. wipe cache and dalvik cache

    if you are s-on:

    20. reboot to bootloader
    21. fastboot usb again
    22. open the commandline again
    23. fastboot flash boot.img
    24. switch to hboot usb again
    25. reboot
    26. done
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