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Old February 14th, 2013, 07:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was attempting to do "s-off" and made it to the point where Control Bear kept telling me to "open device manager and check adb and/or fastboot drivers!!" ....now my screen is stuck on the juopunut bear screen with the green arrow pointing down ...I tried to unplug the phone and take the battery out but when I turned the phone back on it came right back to this screen....PLEASE HELP

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im not a expert at s-offing even tho i did it but i believe u have to finish it to get off that screen. dont take my advice just wait for somebody smarter than me 2 comment and help ya out
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im not a expert at s-offing even tho i did it but i believe u have to finish it to get off that screen. dont take my advice just wait for somebody smarter than me 2 comment and help ya out
Im beginning to think so ....I'm SOOOO scared right now.. I'm SOO new at this & I just hope I didn't do any irreversible damage :'(
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did u install everything like the drivers android sdk and all that stuff. as long as your phone is cutting on you have nothing to worry about it can be fixed
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did u install everything like the drivers android sdk and all that stuff. as long as your phone is cutting on you have nothing to worry about it can be fixed
I was following these directions here How to Get S-Off on HTC Evo 3D using Wire Trick! – [Juopunutbear S-OFF] | HTC Evo 4G Hacks!
and had the sdk from yesterday when I rooted my phone
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I would say to go here and read through the list, make sure you have followed everything correctly. And then just plug your phone back in and resume from where you left off. Try to run ControlBear.exe again. Did you run ControlBear.exe as admin?

If you have followed everything correctly and can't resume the steps from where you left off, you can try the support they have on the website. You go into the IRC and someone there can help you out. Here.
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go to device manager on your computer and make sure those drivers are installed correctly. ( ill help ya out til somebody with more experience than me take over)
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I would say to go here and read through the list, make sure you have followed everything correctly. And then just plug your phone back in and resume from where you left off. Try to run ControlBear.exe again. Did you run ControlBear.exe as admin?

If you have followed everything correctly and can't resume the steps from where you left off, you can try the support they have on the website. You go into the IRC and someone there can help you out. Here.
thanks for helping me!!!!! ok, well I did run as admin the 1st time & just now when I tried to go back to ControlBear.exe I got this
======== ControlBear 0.6 beta for JuopunutBear S-OFF ==========
Starting up......
Connecting to device...
Searching device.....
Connect device and install drivers
Press ENTER to exit.....

my phone is connected & the juopunutBear screen is still stuck!
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go to device manager on your computer and make sure those drivers are installed correctly. ( ill help ya out til somebody with more experience than me take over)
I'm trying to do that now, hang on one sec

manager is saying the same thing as it said before, windows has determined that the driver software for your device is up to date
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i wouldnt trust what windows says about drivers. i always manually go download em cause windows dont be finding it but is controlbear still saying adb and fasbbot drivers or whatever
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thanks for helping me!!!!! ok, well I did run as admin the 1st time & just now when I tried to go back to ControlBear.exe I got this
======== ControlBear 0.6 beta for JuopunutBear S-OFF ==========
Starting up......
Connecting to device...
Searching device.....
Connect device and install drivers
Press ENTER to exit.....

my phone is connected & the juopunutBear screen is still stuck!
Did you make sure to uninstall HTC Sync and disable anti-virus? Are you on stock ROM? Are you unlocked? I'm just glancing through the list of requirements and looking at anything you might have overlooked. Look at Step 2 - Control Bear and verify you've followed steps 1-6.
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i wouldnt trust what windows says about drivers. i always automatically go download em but is controlbear still saying adb and fasbbot drivers or whatever
not anymore I can't even get that far now....now when I open controlbear just tells me to connect my device though it is connected but it's still stuck on that screen.........does it sound like I bricked my phone ?
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i checked that site out to. i would go to jbear site and download whatever drivers they say u need. i didnt follow that website i followed the one on here. and to me a bricked phone is a phone that wont cut on at all. yours still cuts on so its not bricked, try booting into bootloader
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I didn't uninstall HTC Sync :- (
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This happened to me. to fix the phone you have to remove/replace the battery and boot it into the bootloader (power + vol down) use fastboot from a computer to flash the kernel (boot.img) which you can extract from your rom using any archive software including native zip file handling in windows. That command is: fastboot flash boot boot.img . Next flash your recovery image: fastboot flash recovery recovery.img . The s-off process overwrites both partitions and their contents must be replaced or all your phone will do is boot to a J-someting-bear screen. Use the recovery to restore a backup, or reflash the phone.

There are a lot of posts around here about how easy s-off is. It is easy, if nothing goes wrong.
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This happened to me. to fix the phone you have to remove/replace the battery and boot it into the bootloader (power + vol down) use fastboot from a computer to flash the kernel (boot.img) which you can extract from your rom using any archive software including native zip file handling in windows. That command is: fastboot flash boot boot.img . Next flash your recovery image: fastboot flash recovery recovery.img . The s-off process overwrites both partitions and their contents must be replaced or all your phone will do is boot to a J-someting-bear screen. Use the recovery to restore a backup, or reflash the phone.

There are a lot of posts around here about how easy s-off is. It is easy, if nothing goes wrong.
OMG IT SOUNDS LIKE YOU KNOW EXACTLY WHAT I NEED TO DO!!!!...I JUST WISH YOU COULD SAY ALL THAT IN LIKE A "STEP BY STEP" "HOLD MY HAND" "HOW TO: FOR DUMMIES" SORT OF WAY SO I would know exatly what to do :'(
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Do that now.
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I believe the instructions are if you want to restore and then try again. I'm not an expert with this at all, but I know that when I did S-off the first time, I unplugged my phone for something, and then was able to reconnect after and continue the process. I would recommend clicking the link I posted earlier to verify that you have met all of the requirements (start with uninstalling HTC Sync), and then if you something is still wrong, go into that IRC. They know what they're doing there. If you can't get further after that, then you can do a restore and try again.
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I am literally terrified right now people. The little bit of confidence I built up yesterday by successfully rooting my phone has now been SHATTERED. Please be kind & help me through this
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This happened to me. to fix the phone you have to remove/replace the battery and boot it into the bootloader (power + vol down) use fastboot from a computer to flash the kernel (boot.img) which you can extract from your rom using any archive software including native zip file handling in windows. That command is: fastboot flash boot boot.img . Next flash your recovery image: fastboot flash recovery recovery.img . The s-off process overwrites both partitions and their contents must be replaced or all your phone will do is boot to a J-someting-bear screen. Use the recovery to restore a backup, or reflash the phone.

There are a lot of posts around here about how easy s-off is. It is easy, if nothing goes wrong.
I just took my battery out for a few minutes and then put it back in and plugged my phone back up and that screen is no longer there!!!!! Now im @ that fastboot screen..........................what should i do now????????
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I believe the instructions are if you want to restore and then try again. I'm not an expert with this at all, but I know that when I did S-off the first time, I unplugged my phone for something, and then was able to reconnect after and continue the process. I would recommend clicking the link I posted earlier to verify that you have met all of the requirements (start with uninstalling HTC Sync), and then if you something is still wrong, go into that IRC. They know what they're doing there. If you can't get further after that, then you can do a restore and try again.
Ok, update!!!! I just took my battery out for a few minutes and then put it back in and plugged my phone back up and that screen is no longer there!!!!! Now im @ that fastboot screen..........................what should i do now????????
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I remember you have to open a CMD prompt in the juopunut folder and type "Controlbear -f" , make sure you device is being recognized if its not go to another computer and install htc syn and copy the juopunutbear folder and do the process.

BTW it will mess up your sd cards partition, you can fix it using gparted a linux program.

If your in fastboot mode i recommend flashing the boot image. If your using stock download the stock boot.img or if your using a custom rom download the boot image and place it in the juopunut folder and right click while holding shift and select open cmd promp here then type this command "fastboot flash boot boot.img" make sure your in fastboot mode.
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Step one is to uninstall HTC Sync

Step two is to install the HTC Driver

Step three is to restart JuopunutBear

Step 4 ???

Step 5 profit

Step 6 Relax, we can get you through this
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Im sorry guys .....I FREAKED... well like I said the juopunut bear screen went away after I took the battery out for a few minutes. I then put the battery back in and plugged up the phone & the phone automatically went to "bootloader" menu & from there I just proceeded to re-flash the stock ROM I flashed yesterday (from when I rooted my phone for the 1st time)......So now the phone is going through the same process from yesterday and I think all will be well whenever it finishes ... Thanks for all your help & input once again!


P.S. I think I'll leave my phone alone after this whole ordeal lol no more hacking 4 me......well until I get my confidence back anyway
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See this post : http://androidforums.com/evo-v-4g-all-things-root/558583-s-off-juopunutbear-s-off-beta-release-post4493579.html let us know how you make out.
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lol, well, let us know when you need help. The key is to follow the directions as they're written. Read a step, do a step, then come back and repeat until you're all done with the guide. Don't assume that parts of it don't apply to you unless it says they don't, and you'll be fine 9.9x/10

But if you get lost, it's definitely no problem helping you out... just ask, relax and be patient. There is a great chance that someone here has had whatever problem you are facing, and can help you with it.
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lol, well, let us know when you need help. The key is to follow the directions as they're written. Read a step, do a step, then come back and repeat until you're all done with the guide. Don't assume that parts of it don't apply to you unless it says they don't, and you'll be fine 9.9x/10

But if you get lost, it's definitely no problem helping you out... just ask, relax and be patient. There is a great chance that someone here has had whatever problem you are facing, and can help you with it.
lol ok, I will!
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You should also read through all of the steps first, and collect all of the files you'll need beforehand. Then you'll have a better idea of what to do once you start. Sometimes other people have had the same problems, so you might find common issues in the original thread too. If watching someone do it first will help you, there are some videos as well:

HTC EVO V: How to S-OFF with the Wire-Trick - YouTube
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Ok, another noob here with almost the same problem, I successfully got S-OFF and I already flashed 4EXT. I flashed Harmonia and it finished but when I reboot it goes back to the joupunutubear screen? What do I do?

Edit: Never mind I got it to boot
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ROM / Data Recovery:

There are three ways to recover your ROM. Try each one in until you succeed:

Open the cmd prompt that is located in your ControlBear folder where you unzipped all of the files. Type the following cmds into the cmd prompt.

1. ControlBear -r (This is run with the phone at the JuopunutBear/Arrow screen) If this succeeds recovery is complete otherwise continue to Step 2.

2. ControlBear -f (This is run with the phone at the fastboot screen). If this succeeds you're done otherwise continue to Step 3.

3. fastboot flash boot boot_backup.img

4. fastboot flash recovery recovery_backup.img (This is done with the phone in fastboot mode) If this succeeds continue to Step 5.

5. Boot the phone to android and install busybox from the market if not already installed.

6. adb push sdcard.img /data/local/tmp/

7. adb shell

8. $ su

9. # busybox dd if=/data/local/tmp/sdcard.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk1 conv=notrunc

10. Reboot the phone.
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This is straight from the website you get juopunutbear from. It's in the troubleshooting section. If you try the wire trick andmess up to where it says it can't read your sdcard or something do step 6-9 and that will fix it. But you need busy box installed so go through all the steps first in order to get it booted to android then install Busy box from the Play Store and then you can execute those commands in steps 6-9. I messed up my sdcard and I can confirm those work. That's what is backed up in the juopunutbear folder as sdcard.img so that's important to keep as well as the other img's. So if you are stuck at the screen still just install the HTC Driver that one guy posted a few posts above, and then do these steps I posted and you should be fine. Then you can try again :] As long as those img's are backed up there really isn't much risk.
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Oh and to do the adb push step right click the controlbear folder and click "Open Command Prompt Here then do the adb push command
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I am glad to hear you got your phone working again. I didn't expect you to try S-OFF so soon. I recall helping you with the root process and I assumed you'd stop there (for now) and try some ROMs.

If you plan to S-OFF again, let us know BEFORE you do it. Perhaps someone will commit to being online to help you out during the process. Watch the videos too, did you watch them yet?

Also, a trick I picked up here is to run a metronome at 48bpm...that will give you perfect timing for the wire trick.

Which operating system are you using on your PC?
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