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Old December 30th, 2012, 08:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Anyone help me get MIUI (S-on, latest FB)

So I'm running meanbean just fine after unlocking bootloader via HTCdev and flashing Meanbean, but I continuously try to flash MIUI to no success. I flash the Rom (twrp), go to bootloader from recovery after that, click fastboot, and push the boot.img via cmd prompt. But I reboot the phone, and I get a "process.android has failed" and then I get "sim toolkit default message yes/no. Every 2 seconds. Am I not doing the correct s-on installation of this Rom? Would really appreciate help on this
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Old December 30th, 2012, 10:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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So I'm running meanbean just fine after unlocking bootloader via HTCdev and flashing Meanbean, but I continuously try to flash MIUI to no success. I flash the Rom (twrp), go to bootloader from recovery after that, click fastboot, and push the boot.img via cmd prompt. But I reboot the phone, and I get a "process.android has failed" and then I get "sim toolkit default message yes/no. Every 2 seconds. Am I not doing the correct s-on installation of this Rom? Would really appreciate help on this
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what are you wiping before you flash the rom? you should wipe dalvik cache, cache, and factory reset, and system in twrp.
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I factory reset then flash superwipe.
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Then proceed to flash Rom
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ok you need to first wipe dlavik cache, cache, factory reset, and system and then flash the rom.

do not rely on just superwipe.

please follow the guide:
http://androidforums.com/evo-4g-lte-all-things-root/605567-ltevo-rooting-dummies-guide-lazypanda-racun-unlocked.html. just skip the rooting process and go to post #2 for details on how to flash roms properly.
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Okay, I tried that. So I'm just going to go S-Off
I'm about to relock bootloader and run RUU Will Ruu return TWRP to Stock rec.?
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Okay, I tried that. So I'm just going to go S-Off
I'm about to relock bootloader and run RUU Will Ruu return TWRP to Stock rec.?
yes the ruu on the Team Unlimited website will return the phone back to stock.
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yes the ruu on the Team Unlimited website will return the phone back to stock.
Okay so I tried to flash RUU, this is what I got

writing 'zip'... INFOadopting the signature contained in this image...
INFOsignature checking...
INFOzip header checking...
INFOzip info parsing...
INFOchecking model ID...
INFOchecking custom ID...
INFOchecking main version...
FAILED (remote: 43 main version check fail)

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Okay so I tried to flash RUU, this is what I got

writing 'zip'... INFOadopting the signature contained in this image...
INFOsignature checking...
INFOzip header checking...
INFOzip info parsing...
INFOchecking model ID...
INFOchecking custom ID...
INFOchecking main version...
FAILED (remote: 43 main version check fail)

What does that mean?
what is your hboot and radio? you can find this in the bootloader menu at the top.

and the reason is because you flashed the wrong ruu for your phone. the ruu will depend on what your hboot is.
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what is your hboot and radio? you can find this in the bootloader menu at the top.

and the reason is because you flashed the wrong ruu for your phone. the ruu will depend on what your hboot is.
Hboot-2.09.0000
Radio 1.12.11.1119

So I have to find a different RUU?
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Hboot-2.09.0000
Radio 1.12.11.1119

So I have to find a different RUU?
ok unfortunately you can't get s-off with your hboot. you have the latest ota and all you can do is unlock the bootloader. you will have to wait for the devs to figure out a way to get s-off with hboot 2.09. how long of a wait? not really sure. the devs usually will keep those kinds of things quiet, until they find one.

but you can still flash things with an unlocked bootloader, so all is not lost.
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Thanks for all your help. Lastly, I read somewhere that if you flash a ROM via ADB,because fastboot is part of the boot/partition, the kernel will stick and won't require a seperate flash. Is this true? and if so what would be the command to flash the ROM?
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Thanks for all your help. Lastly, I read somewhere that if you flash a ROM via ADB,because fastboot is part of the boot/partition, the kernel will stick and won't require a seperate flash. Is this true? and if so what would be the command to flash the ROM?
you can't flash roms per se via adb. you can push the rom file and then command recovery to do it via adb. not sure if that is what you are talking about.

you can flash roms with s-on but the boot.img(this is where the kernel lies) does not get flashed. you can however use fastboot command to flash the the boot.img to get the kernel. but it will depend if you are coming from aosp to sense or sense to aosp.

also check the rom's op. the devs have found a way to flash the kernel with s-on. if the rom has a s-on kernel installer then you do not need to fastboot the boot.img. it will automatically flash the kernel when you flash the rom just like normal.

hope that makes sense.
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