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Old November 26th, 2012, 11:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Yeah. So, I bought a HTC... It's bricked now. I'm waiting on a reply on another forum before I try to fix it.. I'm having some really bad luck haha
Got a ROM to work, and it boot looped, then flashed recovery and it won't boot...

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Yeah. So, I bought a HTC... It's bricked now. I'm waiting on a reply on another forum before I try to fix it.. I'm having some really bad luck haha
Got a ROM to work, and it boot looped, then flashed recovery and it won't boot...
Wait so you bought another phone and already bricked that one?

Are you sure you are following the rooting process correctly and understand rooting?

I would also suggest, if you didn't already to factory reset the device upon rooting/ROMing...

Also please read these if you are foggy on the whole rooting process:

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You've went and rooted your phone, now what?

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Yeah. So, I bought a HTC... It's bricked now. I'm waiting on a reply on another forum before I try to fix it.. I'm having some really bad luck haha
Got a ROM to work, and it boot looped, then flashed recovery and it won't boot...
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I mean I did. I read everything. I got a ROM and it got stuck in a bootloop. So I flashed my recovery and now it won't boot past the HTC screen. I'm looking at another forum about a stock HUU to flash, but Idk if my phone is charging. So, I'm kinda worried.
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Wait so you bought another phone and already bricked that one?

Are you sure you are following the rooting process correctly and understand rooting?

I would also suggest, if you didn't already to factory reset the device upon rooting/ROMing...

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You should really know what your doing before jumping in.

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I mean I read everything I could. I unlocked the Boot loader following instructions at HTCdev.com and rooted according to the All Things Root forum here for my phone. downloaded SuperSU through recovery, and tested everything. Right after I rooted I made a recovery with CWM. Then I went on to flash a kernel and ROM from XDA forums.
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I mean I read everything I could. I unlocked the Boot loader following instructions at HTCdev.com and rooted according to the All Things Root forum here for my phone. downloaded SuperSU through recovery, and tested everything. Right after I rooted I made a recovery with CWM. Then I went on to flash a kernel and ROM from XDA forums.
Was the rom you flashed sense or aosp? Kernel you flashed sense or aosp as well?

Was the rom you flashed compatible with your hboot? (some roms require a certain hboot to boot up correctly.)

Did you make sure you didn't need to flash boot.img separately as well?
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Was the rom you flashed sense or aosp? Kernel you flashed sense or aosp as well?

Was the rom you flashed compatible with your hboot? (some roms require a certain hboot to boot up correctly.)

Did you make sure you didn't need to flash boot.img separately as well?
It was aosp, I'm not really liking sense all that much(Guess it won't matter because I'll be researching a LOT more before I try this again)
I never saw anything about hboot compatibility on it. The boot.img I extracted and flashed separate. Like I said, that one booted and everything, just looped. It would boot fully. From then I had about 30 seconds til it rebooted.

You have any suggestions to help me find the correct ruu for my phone? Idk what else really to do but go back stock for now. I need my phone working again by morning or I'll be screwed...
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That's the one I was waiting on a reply from! haha I'm downloading it now.
Do you know if the HTC has a notification light on when charging?
I had to shut it off in the boot loader because it won't do anything but restart otherwise. But if I plug in the charger it turns itself on and gets stuck at the HTC screen. I know it doesn't charge while booting.
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That's the one I was waiting on a reply from! haha I'm downloading it now.
Do you know if the HTC has a notification light on when charging?
I had to shut it off in the boot loader because it won't do anything but restart otherwise. But if I plug in the charger it turns itself on and gets stuck at the HTC screen. I know it doesn't charge while booting.
My htc evo 3d does but I've never messed with one v so I couldn't tell ya about that one, sorry.
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My htc evo 3d does but I've never messed with one v so I couldn't tell ya about that one, sorry.
My LG did. My parents phones don't though. So I know it might without. But idk, it's off and on the charger. I'm just really worried about if it dies mid flash... No removable battery either...
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My LG did. My parents phones don't though. So I know it might without. But idk, it's off and on the charger. I'm just really worried about if it dies mid flash... No removable battery either...
Ouch, once it's in the process of flashing it should start charging.
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Ouch, once it's in the process of flashing it should start charging.
I got the ruu. Running the file that came with it... Says it failed... Idk what to do, I can't afford a new phone...
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I got the ruu. Running the file that came with it... Says it failed... Idk what to do, I can't afford a new phone...
I'm at a loss then as I'm not too knowledgeable when it comes to this, what you can do, pm Scotty85, he's been known to work wonders in these type of situations with HTC devices.
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I'm at a loss then as I'm not too knowledgeable when it comes to this, what you can do, pm Scotty85, he's been known to work wonders in these type of situations with HTC devices.
I actually have messaged him before about this same device. Then I realized my drivers had uninstalled and failed on reinstall and felt like an idiot...
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we may want to get your phone charged before attempting much else.

power it off,enter hboot,select recovery from hboot.plug in while in recovery and it should charge.

htcdev unlock has its limitations. in its most "natural" form,a permantly installed recovery is NOT able to write the boot image. that means that the roms you installed are trying to use the boot image that was allready on the phone(unless you selected an option to wipe or format boot,or all partitions). since the kernel is in the boot image,the phone cannot boot if there is not a kernel,or a mismatched kernel.

we can prolly get your device working by simply flashing the boot image that matches the rom you flashed. you will need to open up the rom on the PC and look for the boot image.or look in the rom thread for a seperate download of it.

place this image into the folder that contains adb and fastboot( c/android if you followed htcdev directions).

once youre charged up,power on into hboot,select fastboot in the hboot menu.

plug in and make sure your phone is there:
fastboot devices

if you get a response with your serial number,then continue:
fastboot flash boot imagename.img

i.e.,if its just named "boot" then the comand is:
fastboot flash boot boot.img

after it flashed,you can select bootloader,then select recovery. once your recovery pops up,you can wipe cache,dalvik cache,and data/factory reset,then reflash the rom for good measure. hopefully then it will boot.

one good tihng about htcdev is that its very unlikely that you have damaged it beyond repair,since htcdev only allows access to boot,system,and recovery. its protecting the most vulnerable partitions(bootloader,and the radio),so a hard brick from software flashs is next to impossible.

assuming you made a backup,you can simply restore it. however,if youve wiped your boot image,the permanent recovery cannot restore it. you can manually flash the boot image as above,then restore,or you can launch your recovery into phone memory with the command:

fastboot boot imagename.img

where imagename is the exact name of your recovery image(example fastboot boot recovery-twrp-one-v.img)

a recovery launched from fastboot(on other htc devices,anyway,i assume this to be the same) IS able to restore the boot image.

so if you have a backup:
-charge phone
-enter fastboot,open cmd window
-fastboot boot recoveryname.img
-wipe data/cache/dalvik
-restore backup
-reboot

these links are for the rezound,but will provide more info,as most it all applies to this phone as well(ignore the bit about firmware patches and main version tool,wich are rezound specific):
s-on and want to flash roms? READ THIS
[HOW TO] manually flash roms

keep in mind,that booting recovery into memory may not help with rom install,as im unfamiliar with this device. when the rezound first was unlocked,rom devs did not script roms to install the boot image,wich may be the case here. but booting recovery will defaintely make your backup restore easier.

failing all the above,if flashing a boot image or restoring a backup wont get you up and running,youll need to flash an ruu.

-youll need to be 100% charged(ruu wont run if battery is low)
-bootloader needs relocked
-ruu needs to be the same main version youre on,or higher.

so to make sure we have the correct ruu,get us some info by running this command in fastboot:
fastboot getvar all

paste the info back here. the thing were most concerned with is the main version,wich will be format similar to x.xx.xxx.x

once you have the correct utility,relock the bootloader with this command:
fastboot oem lock

it may casue a security warning that locks you into fastboot. this is normal. you can re-unlock at any tome with your original unlock_code.bin

now run the .exe ruu utility with the phone in fastboot,and it should update all partitions,and reboot when its done.

hopefully that will get you up and running. im off to work,but ill try and watch if you have questions
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Actually I got the ruu to flash finally after posting this. I found the rom I want. Same that kept rebooting. I've researched and learned a lot since it crashed Sunday. I'm gonna read a lot more before I try again. I don't like the stock rom, but compared to the last few days, I love it over a soft bricked phone. Thank you all for your help. Especially scotty, as this is the second thread you've assisted me on. I'm starting to get an understanding of all this. I have a lot to learn. Thank you all.
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I don't see where the tip button is, but this doesn't appear like the right section for this thread? I may be wrong.

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It's not, this was my first post. Wrong section originally and then drastically changed subjects.

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Actually I got the ruu to flash finally after posting this. I found the rom I want. Same that kept rebooting. I've researched and learned a lot since it crashed Sunday. I'm gonna read a lot more before I try again. I don't like the stock rom, but compared to the last few days, I love it over a soft bricked phone. Thank you all for your help. Especially scotty, as this is the second thread you've assisted me on. I'm starting to get an understanding of all this. I have a lot to learn. Thank you all.
Hey, at least you've got a working phone now instead of an expensive paper weight
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Haha true that. I'm gonna take care to make sure I know what I'm doing from now on.
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Actually I got the ruu to flash finally after posting this. I found the rom I want. Same that kept rebooting. I've researched and learned a lot since it crashed Sunday. I'm gonna read a lot more before I try again. I don't like the stock rom, but compared to the last few days, I love it over a soft bricked phone. Thank you all for your help. Especially scotty, as this is the second thread you've assisted me on. I'm starting to get an understanding of all this. I have a lot to learn. Thank you all.

Awsome! Glad you are up and running. If you need help in the one v forums,feel free to pm.me links,I don't check the one v forum as often as I do others
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I don't see where the tip button is, but this doesn't appear like the right section for this thread? I may be wrong.


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The little triangle ! Symbol is the report button,you can use this to report anything from.spam to abuse to wrong spot to moderators. I actually hadn't noticed the location,I clicked on the link from a pm in the future well keep the device discussion to those forums
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Well I tried to delete it after I posted. I never found a button to do so. But I'm glad my friend recommended this forum site, you all have been really helpful. I downloaded the app for it afyer I got my phone running too.

And I'll remember to pm you if I need anything. So far you've been the most helpful of the guides. Dragonslayer85 was too. I really appreciate the help you two!
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Well I tried to delete it after I posted. I never found a button to do so. But I'm glad my friend recommended this forum site, you all have been really helpful. I downloaded the app for it afyer I got my phone running too.

And I'll remember to pm you if I need anything. So far you've been the most helpful of the guides. Dragonslayer85 was too. I really appreciate the help you two!
its not a big deal that its in the intro forum. i may go ahead and move the one v posts,just in case they may benefit someone else in that forum.

im sure i speak of ds (dragonslayer85) also when i say im very glad we could help you
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im sure i speak of ds (dragonslayer85) also when i say im very glad we could help you
Yes sir you sure do, especially that it irks me that I can't specifically help with something, but pointing them to a person that can is definitely the next best thing

If you need help with anything else, feel free to send me, Scotty, or any other guide a pm

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Thank you both. Could either of you point me in the right direction for s off on this phone? I found others. Just not this one specifically.
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Thank you both. Could either of you point me in the right direction for s off on this phone? I found others. Just not this one specifically.
After doing a search, only thing I'm finding involves bricking then Unbricking, but haven't found a tutorial on that yet.

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After doing a search, only thing I'm finding involves bricking then Unbricking, but haven't found a tutorial on that yet.

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That's all I get. Or the HTC Desire. Guess I can't get s off.
I found a rom I liked and it boot looped. Was wondering if that might help.
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That's all I get. Or the HTC Desire. Guess I can't get s off.
I found a rom I liked and it boot looped. Was wondering if that might help.
did you manually install the boot image? unfortunately,that is a mandatory part of s-on phone flashing.

i came across one thread where globatron was asking for one v volunteers to connect with,and explore s-off options. i dont know if anything else has ever come of it,tho.

apparently you can make literally anything s-off of you have the right tools,if youre willing to brick it and revive it with jtag. not something id recomend for most folks to try

what desire model do you have? they are all s-offable the older desire is limited on processor power and memory,but the desire hd is a nice handset
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did you manually install the boot image? unfortunately,that is a mandatory part of s-on phone flashing.

i came across one thread where globatron was asking for one v volunteers to connect with,and explore s-off options. i dont know if anything else has ever come of it,tho.

apparently you can make literally anything s-off of you have the right tools,if youre willing to brick it and revive it with jtag. not something id recomend for most folks to try

what desire model do you have? they are all s-offable the older desire is limited on processor power and memory,but the desire hd is a nice handset

I don't have a desire. It just came up a lot in my search.
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did you manually install the boot image? unfortunately,that is a mandatory part of s-on phone flashing.

i came across one thread where globatron was asking for one v volunteers to connect with,and explore s-off options. i dont know if anything else has ever come of it,tho.

apparently you can make literally anything s-off of you have the right tools,if youre willing to brick it and revive it with jtag. not something id recomend for most folks to try

what desire model do you have? they are all s-offable the older desire is limited on processor power and memory,but the desire hd is a nice handset

Oh, and I manually flashed everything, I know what I did wrong
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