yes or just get the adb/fastboot files and put on computer c: drive
Where can i find HTC One S stock recovery image??? Im searched on google but just Htc one X shows...
is there an S-OFF tool for One S or the only available way is via htcdev?
Any info on Radio/Engineering S-OFF? Because without them, how do we flash radios on the device?
I prefer not to do it via htcdev for warranty reasons, HTC service centers here are a pain in the a$$...
Thanks a lot!
EDIT : I was blind enough not to see the relevant discussion here : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1654238 , sorry
what exactly are you typing at command prompt
you need to have usb debugging checked on phone
you need the recovery image in same folder as your fastboot.exe/adb files
you need to cd to that directory/folder
you need the recovery image in that same folder
you need to be booted into bootloader with fastboot highlighted
and phone plugged into pc
you have to type fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
where recovery.img is the exact name of the recovery image image you put in the folder where fastboot/adb is--usually tools or platform tools of your sdk
you can check the exact name by right clicking the recovery image in the folder and going to properties. I usually just copy and paste that into the command line
hm.. first time unlocking, rooting etc using a mac and well, it could be going smoother.
Ive unlocked the bootloader but when i try to flash the cwm recovery I'm getting the message;
unknown partition 'recovery-clockwork-touch-18.104.22.168-ville.img'
error: cannot determine image filename for 'recovery-clockwork-touch-22.214.171.124-ville.img'
What am i doing wrong? The file is in the same folder as fastboot.exe and I've tried renaming it to a shorter filename (thinking I were typing it wrong).
Ive tried both versions of cwm with the same result.
Im using this command;
./fastboot flash XXXXXXX.img
fastboot flash [B]recovery[/B] recovery.img