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Old May 12th, 2013, 11:49 AM   #73 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by scotty85 View Post
i would advise not messing with it. if you had used it before,i thot maybe you had recovery installed in the boot partition(thats basically what dumblock does) thus preventing normal reboots.if you have an original boot image,you could try and flash it with fastboot

fastboot flash boot boot.img

i am not quite sure what to think about whats going on here. oem rebootRUU definately NOT take you to twrp recovery
What you say there makes perfect sense. Did twrp somehow get flashed to the wrong partition?

Not sure I have the boot img, I have 6 files in the twrp folder on my computer: boot.emmc.win - boot.emmc.win.md5 - data.ext4.win - data.ext4.win.md5 - system.ext4.win - system.ext4.win.md5

EDIT: Just flashed stock kernal, booted straight back into recovery (after htc quietly brilliant splash screen for 20 seconds)
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