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Old November 19th, 2012, 05:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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List of all ROMS for compatible Hboots

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For some Hboot 1.5 s-on users, s off may be required for some ICS ROMS to boot up without a bootloop. It's just a hit and miss if it boots up for you or not. I'll link to Brian's Radio's, Hboot & Firmware download's at the bottom of the post.

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Nocturnals_Xi36 ICS

MIUI Squee Edition

Evervolv

MeanROM ICS

NegaLite-BluRom

(MILESTONE 6.2) d3rpICS

(ROM)SmoothCriminal

(ROM)Homebew The New Batch

Swagged Out Stock S-Off needed for 1.58

CleanROM

Common Sense

Newts One S

The Team*420 ROM SHOP!

MIUI Digital High

MIUI

Lights Out

Android Revolution HD

For Hboot 1.50 & lower:

CyanongenMod 10 - GANGNAM STYLE

SolidRom Suite

KING KANG

inbREDed

SlapUSense/less

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SteelROM

Viper3D Recommended to be S-Off (S-On not tested)

CyanogenMod 10.1 - WILD FOR THE NIGHT S-OFF Required!!

Slim Bean

P.A.C.MAN

For Hboot 1.58:

Cool ICS

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Keep in mind, if you experience any bootloops, you may need to flash the required Hboot/firmware corresponding with that ROM. (s-off required) You can find the downloads for Hboot/firmware here: Radios, Hboot & Firmware

I'm by far from being done with this list, so please keep checking back to see what's added.

I'll try to keep this list as updated as possible with ROM updates and new ROMS.

If anyone see's a ROM not in the list and you would like to see it here, feel free to PM me or comment below.

Another Note:
For HBOOT 1.5 S-on users: some of these roms require you to seperately flash the boot.img file. If you flash and don't do this and it boot loops on you, then you will need to flash the boot.img.

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awsome! thanks for doing this,i know how much work it is to keep a list like this updated.we much appreicate it.

s-on devices,besides making sure they are on compatible firmware,may require seperate flashing of the boot.img(kernel) in order to boot.
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awsome! thanks for doing this,i know how much work it is to keep a list like this updated.we much appreicate it.

s-on devices,besides making sure they are on compatible firmware,may require seperate flashing of the boot.img(kernel) in order to boot.
Granted i'm a 1.5 s-on user and haven't had to do this before, but these occasions is why any flasher should definately read the ENTIRE op before downloading and flashing, and how to flash the boot.img as well.
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Thanks! Great to have it all in one place and organized.
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Hey Dragon, first of all, MANY, MANY Thanks for this work! This will save a LOT of questions, headaches and boot loops.

Second - Have YOU flashed the latest Viper3D ROM? The reason I ask is that you have it listed with the "all H-Boots" but Viper himself says in post 14656 of the ROM thread over @ XDA: "I have a 1.50 hboot fix gimme a bit and ill post."

Life has gotten in the way of me going ahead and going S-OFF and flashing 1.58, so if YOU have gotten it to work on 1.5, then chances are it will work for me (I've enjoyed easy 1.5 S-ON life as well)!

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Hey Dragon, first of all, MANY, MANY Thanks for this work! This will save a LOT of questions, headaches and boot loops.

Second - Have YOU flashed the latest Viper3D ROM? The reason I ask is that you have it listed with the "all H-Boots" but Viper himself says in post 14656 of the ROM thread over @ XDA: "I have a 1.50 hboot fix gimme a bit and ill post."

Life has gotten in the way of me going ahead and going S-OFF and flashing 1.58, so if YOU have gotten it to work on 1.5, then chances are it will work for me (I've enjoyed easy 1.5 S-ON life as well)!

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Its been a while, but i had no problems running viper.
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Its been a while, but i had no problems running viper.
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OK, so you haven't flashed the current version, then, eh? Thanks!
No unfortunately I haven't, if I have time tonight I'll download and flash and let you know the results
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OK, so you haven't flashed the current version, then, eh? Thanks!
Froze on initial boot, after a battery pull booted up fine for me.

I did notice alot of 1.5 users on xda having bad problems booting up so ill move this to 1.58 until further notice.
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I did notice alot of 1.5 users on xda having bad problems booting up so ill move this to 1.58 until further notice.
That's why I thought I'd bring it to your attention. Thank you, kind sir.
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That's why I thought I'd bring it to your attention. Thank you, kind sir.
Thanks for that, hard to keep up with this and learning the new guide duties much appreciated.
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And of course, Viper just posted updated ROM for ALL HBoots! ;-)
Was just about to move it, no need to now
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Team D.i.r.t's AOKP to v3.3

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This is a really helpful compendium. I have kind of been out of the loop for several months on the Sprint HTC EVO 3D for personal reason and I think I have some radio and firmware flashing to accomplish to get myself up to speed.

This list will help me figure out what ROM I can use on my HBOOT 1.40. Although, it seems flashing to alternate HBOOTs is not an issue these days and S-OFF will stick. Can anyone recommend a recovery? I was using ClockworkMod Recovery for the longest time, but I am open to alternates. I see people like 4EXT these days. Any thoughts on recoveries?
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This is a really helpful compendium. I have kind of been out of the loop for several months on the Sprint HTC EVO 3D for personal reason and I think I have some radio and firmware flashing to accomplish to get myself up to speed.

This list will help me figure out what ROM I can use on my HBOOT 1.40. Although, it seems flashing to alternate HBOOTs is not an issue these days and S-OFF will stick. Can anyone recommend a recovery? I was using ClockworkMod Recovery for the longest time, but I am open to alternates. I see people like 4EXT these days. Any thoughts on recoveries?
Not that I've tried tons of recoveries but I use 4ext and the concensus Seems to be that it is the way to go.
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-(ROM)CyanongenMod 10 - GANGNAM STYLE - Dec 31, 2012

-(ROM/KERNEL)(Team D.I.R.T)(LINARO OPTIMIZED)(JB 4.1.2)UNOFFICIAL AOKP v3.5.2

- (ROM) NegaLite-BluRom AudioButter | Sprint/VM | 2.89 | v1.1 | Sense3.6 | 01-01

- (ROM) 12/19/12*inbREDed*||5.5*SVN*(inverted)|Virgin Mobille Compatible|* ICS*

-(ROM/KERNEL)(Cool Sense)(16 Dec)Cool ICS v12b|OC|LINARO|TWEAKS|450+ RAM|EXT4 ALIGNMENT

-(ROM)SmoothCriminal-Sense 3.6-Sprint 2.89.651.2 (Update 12/11)

-(MILESTONE 6.2)(AROMA) d3rpICS (SENSE/NON+SENSE)(12/23/12)

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- (ROM)(JB)(1/1/13) MIUI 2.12.28 - DigitalHigh Edition - OC/UV/4GEQ/Control Panel

- (ROM)(ICS)(12/24/12) MIUI 2.12.21 - Merry Xmas, You Filthy Animals

- (Rom) Team d3rp - Lights Out (Sense/Less, 2.89 base) (Aroma) (01-01-13)

- (ROM) - P.A.C.MAN v. 19.0.2 BETA January 1, 2013

- (((ROM))) 12.29 (((updated))) FroZenROM - EP.2 "DeepFreeze" SENSE 4.1 (((team420)))

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I can confirm that Team venom Viper3D does work with 1.5 hboot s-off. Update 310 was designed for 1.5 and I am on this rom now.
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Actually, Drop took Z3RD xl off line for a bit, promising to bring it back "soon." So whereas the link does not NOW take you to Z3RD, it did before and will again, when possible.

And now that I think of it, the AUG update of Z3RD WAS linked somewhere in the thread, bit not the most recent version.
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Sorry guys little hard to keep up with all the updates and all, i'll try to get it updated by the morning.

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Dude! All is well! No apologies necessary! we all appreciate the work done. The task you've taken on is HUGE, especially when there's multiple ROMs in the OP! : toast:
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So, this might sound really stupid, but I noticed that the 4EXT app on the Google Play Store is $3.00. Now, I have no qualms with supporting a developer by buying his app. I was just curious if this is necessary to use the 4EXT recovery? I know there is a three day trial app on the 4EXT website too.

My question is, would using the three day trial version mean my 4EXT recovery would stop working after three days? Would I be able to update to future versions of 4EXT recovery following the end of the three day trial? My gut says it should all still work and the app just stops working. I know I sound like a complete newbie here, even though I have been dealing with custom ROMs and recoveries since 2009, but I was always a ClockworkMod Recovery guy. Are there simply flashable zips of this recovery available somewhere? I would like to keep a back up of it, if I can.
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I honestly can't answer this as I bought the paid version straight out of the box without using the trial version.

What comes to mind is the app itself would stop working. I don't see why the actual recovery would stop working.

Although someone that has tried the trial would be better to answer this question.

It's not necessary, but recommended to use 4ext. There are alternatives like twrp or clockwork mod (not sure if it's compatible with the 3vo as I've never used it.)

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So, this might sound really stupid, but I noticed that the 4EXT app on the Google Play Store is $3.00. Now, I have no qualms with supporting a developer by buying his app. I was just curious if this is necessary to use the 4EXT recovery? I know there is a three day trial app on the 4EXT website too.

My question is, would using the three day trial version mean my 4EXT recovery would stop working after three days? Would I be able to update to future versions of 4EXT recovery following the end of the three day trial? My gut says it should all still work and the app just stops working. I know I sound like a complete newbie here, even though I have been dealing with custom ROMs and recoveries since 2009, but I was always a ClockworkMod Recovery guy. Are there simply flashable zips of this recovery available somewhere? I would like to keep a back up of it, if I can.





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I honestly can't answer this as I bought the paid version straight out of the box without using the trial version.

What comes to mind is the app itself would stop working. I don't see why the actual recovery would stop working.

Although someone that has tried the trial would be better to answer this question.

It's not necessary, but recommended to use 4ext. There are alternatives like twrp or clockwork mod (not sure if it's compatible with the 3vo as I've never used it.)

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The app is not required at all to use the recovery. You can install the recovery for free from the website. You
can access it just like you would any other custom recovery that doesn't have an app. Reboot into bootloader and select recovery. Or use a rebooter app to reboot directly into recovery. The app just offers an interface to select options while your phone is booted and then it reboots you into recovery with your selected options.

One really nice feature of the app is that you can easily see when an update to the recovery is available and flash the recovery through the app with one click. So much easier than flashing through fastboot.

You can use the trial app to see if you like it. Like dragonslayer95 said, I believe it's 3 days and then the app simply won't work unless you buy it. The recovery itself is free and will continue to function.
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I just grabbed this from the developer's description:

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By buying this app, you not only get a feature rich application that lets you control, configure and handle the advanced features of 4EXT Recovery with comfort, you also contribute to the future of the recovery itself!

For a fully functional 3 days preview of all features, please download "Recovery Updater" available on 4EXT Development.
So after the 3rd day, the "advanced" functions would stop working. If the entire app became locked, I think the customer base would be in a big uproar over it. I do wonder how long free updates are given on the paid app. Nothing said about that.
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So after the 3rd day, the "advanced" functions would stop working. If the entire app became locked, I think the customer base would be in a big uproar over it. I do wonder how long free updates are given on the paid app. Nothing said about that.
Updates on the paid app are given until the development ceases.

The app itself doesn't get updated, the app notifies you when there is an update for the recovery.

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Updates on the paid app are given until the development ceases.

The app itself doesn't get updated, the app notifies you when there is an update for the recovery.
Yes of course, the app won't revise itself--you have to download an update when available and apply it manually. But for the trial version, it has a built-in timer that shuts down functionality after it expires. I don't know how it manages this... you might be able to reset it by removing the trial app and installing it again, but that would be a pain over time.
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I think it's nice of them that they provide an excellent fully featured recovery for free. The app is completely unnecessary but a little bonus if you choose to support the Dev. I think it's not very cool to discuss ways to basically steal it on an open forum.

Not to pick on anyone, I am no saint and have done my fair share of things like that myself. I just think it's not something to spread around for the masses, just one of those little secrets to keep to yourself
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I do see I was in the wrong for my post (considering I had only been awake for 5 minutes when I posted ) though the app is definitely worth the $3 to support the dev.

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Hey Brian, would you wanna do some rom testing in a week or so?

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I do see I was in the wrong for my post (considering I had only been awake for 5 minutes when I posted ) though the app is definitely worth the $3 to support the dev.

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Hey Brian, would you wanna do some rom testing in a week or so?

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As long as I have time. I've been pretty busy lately. What kind of testing? You mean compatibility for this thread?
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As long as I have time. I've been pretty busy lately. What kind of testing? You mean compatibility for this thread?
Somewhat, I've gonna give building a crack within the next week or so. If the wife didn't take over the 3vo, wouldn't need a tester otherwise.

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You better not brick my phone Test it on the wife's first!

I wanted to have a go at a rom too, but just haven't had the time to get into it unfortunately... Maybe one day!
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You better not brick my phone Test it on the wife's first!

I wanted to have a go at a rom too, but just haven't had the time to get into it unfortunately... Maybe one day!
Lol I'm still stuck on the re unlocking boot loader still.

Plus I'm just building from a stock ICS base anyway, not building from the ground up.

Found a ton of helpful articles/threads for new people to build/modify

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Well, I wanted to have a go at building but cant get the kitchen to run properly on the laptop. Another sign I need to give in and buy a new one Bleh

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Thanks, everyone, for the information on 4EXT. So, I take it, there is no way to just freely flash the recovery and bypass using the free app from the developer's website?

Like I said above, I have NO issue with paying for the app to support a developer. I am actually asking for a friend who just got a Sprint HTC EVO 3D and wanted to try a different recovery other than ClockworkMod Recovery.
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You can just go to http://4ext.net/
And download 4ext recovery updater for free. This will install recovery and let you use the recovery. The paid app isn't required.
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You can just go to 4EXT Development
And download 4ext recovery updater for free. This will install recovery and let you use the recovery. The paid app isn't required.
I meant like a flashable .zip file for the recovery or even a PG86IMG.zip file that I could flash directly from HBOOT.

Alright, I guess I am beating a dead horse. It looks like it is only available via the free app. Thanks for the help, folks. Cheers.
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Hey Brian, can you use the fastboot flash recovery recovery.img command after root? Just trying to think of something for him

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I meant like a flashable .zip file for the recovery or even a PG86IMG.zip file that I could flash directly from HBOOT.

Alright, I guess I am beating a dead horse. It looks like it is only available via the free app. Thanks for the help, folks. Cheers.
Here you go:
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Sorry, I didn't understand what you were asking. There is the link to the PG86IMG version. If you just want the .img you can just extract it out of the zip.
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