In September I rootet (Revolutionary) my phone and got MIUI Rom.
Things were fine and stuff, but now I wanted to sell my phone because I am getting a new one. So I wanted to get back to stock rom and unroot.
So I went in to ClockWorkMod and changed back to a backup rom I made back then. Bootet up and worked just fine, then I wanted to update the system software, but when it tried to install it, it just shows a little android guy with exclamation mark. I googled and googled and found out that I had to use a RUU, which I did (RUU_Saga_HTC_Europe_1.28.401.1_Radio_20.28b.30.08 0 5U_38.03.02.11_M_release_177977_signed.exe from the XDA-forum) I should never had done that because then it was stuck at the white HTC boot screen.
My first though was that I bricked it, but I could go into fastboot. I tried the Recover option, didn't work, tried to factory reset, didn't work. So I tried to go into Recover mode (Android e3, for reasons unknown I cannot enter CWM recovery) and wipe the cache and and factory reset didn't work neither. So I tried to install an update.zip, no work neither 'cause apparantly it couldn't find my SDCard. In recovery mode I get this error: "E:Can't open chache/recovery/command"
And later I discovered that when I loaded fastboot theres a error coming up and it sounds like this:
Loading....(something I can't read cause it happens too fast)
Loading...(again, can't read it but this time it says
No Image or Wrong Image!"
What the hell do I do now?
Thank you for your time.