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Old December 13th, 2012, 01:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Per 27S at XDA

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Software Version: 3.15.651.16

Release Date: 12-13-12

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Version: 2.87_003

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Should be pushing out starting tomorrow around 3am CST.
That would be today, I am thinking.

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It's already rolling out. Check the jb discussion thread


Def hold off on installing if rooted
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I'm trying to get someone on Xda to confirm they took it with soff and survived
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It usually only seems to take a day or 2 for the Devs to come up with it stock rooted and radios and firmware and confirm it is all safe to flash.

Not to mention little intricacies like not trying to go backwards on the firmware.

I wouldn't want to risk losing s-off or bricking my phone doing some other not so bright thing.

Looks like Mikeyxda, for one, is already looking at it. I am working on my patience over here.
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[OTA]OTA_JEWEL_CL_JB_45_S_Sprint_WWE_3.15.651.16-2.13.651.1

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Whoops,, I just PM'd you that
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Now to see viperboy is the first to get this up before the mods delete this as a teaser....

[ROM]Stock 3.15.651.16 Odex/Deodex (Jelly Bean)

Edit - Haus has a piece of the action up as well -

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2045935
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I was hoping I could just remove the firmware bits and change the updater-script but HTC's is a lot more complicated than what I do for the nexus 7 crowd
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now i guess we start with keylime pie
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Pfft - Tiramisu or nothing baby.

Yeah, Rx - that installer script is HUGE lol.
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The notification is just toying with me.

Must resist.
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Looks like things are starting to come together

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Someone on xda said they took the ota and are still s-off. Me being impatient as ever just accepted the update. Let's see where the dice falls.



Result: S-OFF maintained. Whew. Lots of changes to explore now

H-boot 2.09
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Oh boy.

Tell me that they didn't just break the Dirty Racun.
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Oh boy.

Tell me that they didn't just break the Dirty Racun.
I'm sure they did.

In fact, remember when we were supposed (rumored) to get an OTA and HTC pulled it last minute for a few weeks?

I'd put money on it


Ohh, they got rid of the battery graph. And the small HTC people widget

Other changes:
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This is speedy. Def worth the wait. Project butter
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Boom goes the dynOmite!

[ROM]Stock 3.15.651.16 Odex/Deodex (Jelly Bean) + Firmware
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Speed - TELL ME ABOUT SPEED!!!!

Gots speed or no gots speed?
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Gots speed or no gots speed?
Project butter speed?

Yes, its got speed. Honestly transitioning through homescreens/app drawer is as smooth as cm10 for me.
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Rx, why would you post that you took it? You know I have issues with update impulse control...
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Rx, why would you post that you took it? You know I have issues with update impulse control...
I'm the unofficial forum guinnea pig for doing stupid things we always tell members not to do. Don't try the s-off method untill they iron out the wrinkles, don't accept otas while rooted. I just wait for someone on Xda to confirm they had some success and then my lack of patience kicks in

Flash that stock rooted Rom I want to hear other people's thoughts! :P
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iknowsquat at XDA informed me that our s-off is permanent and that we can't break it.

Even though I've seen time and again that he's right, I don't go there.

Rx goes where Early fears to tread!
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I was very against it as well for the longest time. I think doing it on my nexus devices alleviated some of that.

All I need is someone else to do it first and confirm HTC didn't throw us a curveball



Think this test device mumbo jumbo is because of the hboot developer warning?
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not sure i like the idea of mothership getting info and i can't stop it
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At least they let you know, I guess that's a step above past methods


Custom Roms will get it sorted out
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Finally got my backups done, including Flash just to be on the safe side.

Going to give it a shot but without #Fapple it's not going to be my daily driver.
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Tried it with my old firmware. got a quadrant of 6514 or something like that.

It is butter smooth. Can't get the setting for setting on the recent apps button to work though. drag.
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So Rx, How do you feel this compares with the cm10 you have been running? Favorable?

I am hoping and expecting that you can restore a nand now with this new h boot. have you tried that yet?
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So Rx, How do you feel this compares with the cm10 you have been running? Favorable?

I am hoping and expecting that you can restore a nand now with this new h boot. have you tried that yet?
I haven't, but I don't see that being an issue. With S-off I should have access to everything. I could also just flash an old h-boot if it gave me troubles.

I think this compares very favorably to cm10. Its hard to tell because this thing hasnt had a few days to "settle in" but fresh out of the box its speedy and smooth. This is honestly how the phone should have shipped. I will be staying on this for the time being. I don't have any impulses to flash cm10 yet. Project butter + Google now+ sense camera = a happy rx
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Well, I tried flashing the rom uploaded by Viperboy to no avail. I'm just gonna take the plunge and accept with the OTA with root.
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What is happening when you flash it?

I would NOT suggest accepting the OTA. It will only work under a very strict set of circumstances.
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So. then too, when the devs inevitably get a hold of and improve it, turning off the Tell HTC and getting rid of the red writing and whatever other imaginative things they come up with, you should be able to flash them too...

Hmm, really wondering what would be the downside of just taking this ota?
I'm aghast! So contrary to all I have seen and learned!
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The first few times I would just get errors(I'm using TWRP 2.1.8). I tried the unmount cache fix, then it would go through some of the process, and randomly reboot to recovery.
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are you S off or S on?
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This is probably a noob question, but how would I go updating it? And I'm S-OFF
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I think you can do it through the bootloader, how i did it the first time, other than that, restore a nand, install goo manager and let it put it on for you, How I have done it the last few times. easy peasy, light and breezy!

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I'm trying to update my firmware, but I can't find a link to the 3.15.651.16 RUU. I tried the link below from XDA, but it says the zip is corrupted.

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I am:
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HBOOT-1.19.0000
Radio-1.12.11.0809

Since I'm S-ON, I know I need to re-lock and unroot, which isn't a problem, the problem is not being able to find the updated RUU. Is there an easier way?

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You can't update through bootloader if your s-on, and the ruu hasn't been released yet
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