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Old June 20th, 2012, 03:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Today i tried to unroot my HTC desire, but unfortunatly i didn't work.
I had found something about downloading something called and RUU to get back on the original version of my htc.
i installed it but when it is trying to reboot , it stays at the HTC logo with the white background.
I really need some help!

This stand om my HBOOT
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BRAVO PVT4 SHIP S-OFF
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Old June 20th, 2012, 05:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Not sure on HBOOT versions that require down grading, I know some need to though.
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Which RUU did you use?

If you want to return completely to stock you will need to flash the alpharev downgrader hboot first. But if that is the default S-Off hboot (which seems to be the case) the phone should work after the RUU, just still be S-Off. So I'd rather understand why that failed before downgrading the hboot as you have fewer options once you do that.

So, which RUU and were there any error messages?
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Oke i got my recovery working.
So what do i have to do now to get my ruu installed properly?
When i'm back home i will tell tou what ruu i used
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Boot into fastboot mode (boot while pressing back button). Connect phone to PC, and it should say "fastboot usb" on the screen. Run the RUU .exe on the PC.
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Oke , does it matter what ruu , i'm from the netherlands and my mobile is from t-mobile
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So i have installed the ruu again but now it freezes again at te htc logo with the white background
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What are you trying to do by running it, or after running it?

I assume you don't want an Asian ROM, or Android 2.1, so at some level it certainly matters which
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i Boot into fastboot mode, installed this RUU : RUU_Bravo_HTC_Europe_1.15.405.1_Radio_32.30.00.28U _4.05.00.11_release_121684.exe
than my phone reboots, but then i will stuck at the htc logo
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That is *really* old, definitely older than your hardware. You at least want a 2.2 (Froyo) RUU. There should be a link to the shipped-ROMs Bravo RUU collection in the All Things Root Guide sticky post in the root forum (Bravo being the HTC codename for the GSM Desire).
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