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Old May 11th, 2013, 08:15 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Edit your post and take your serial and IMEI out... never post those anywhere.

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ok,its uploading now... its my personal dropbox,so ill pm you the link until i can figure out why i cant upload to androidfilehost its got a ways to go,tho...

when its done,youll put into your adb/fastboot directory,dont unzip.

-put phone in fastboot,open cmd,etc.
-flash with the following:
fastboot erase cache

fastboot oem rebootRUU

fastboot flash zip 1.29.1540.3miniruu.zip (assuming you dont change the name)

when it finishes,

fastboot reboot bootloader

fastboot reboot

assuming it works,your phone should boot into the developer edition software(with all your stock firmware,of course... this is just boot and system). should even allready be rooted.

should look something like this(ignore the filename is different):

Code:
c:\miniadb_m7>fastboot erase cache
erasing 'cache'...
OKAY [  0.048s]
finished. total time: 0.055s

c:\miniadb_m7>fastboot oem rebootRUU
...
(bootloader) Start Verify: 0
OKAY [  0.043s]
finished. total time: 0.049s

c:\miniadb_m7>fastboot flash zip mini-RUU.zip
sending 'zip' (951927 KB)...
OKAY [ 34.152s]
writing 'zip'...
(bootloader) zip header checking...
(bootloader) zip info parsing...
(bootloader) checking model ID...
(bootloader) checking custom ID...
(bootloader) start image[boot] unzipping & flushing...
(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,boot,0
(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,boot,6
(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,boot,12
(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,boot,18
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(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,boot,99
(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,boot,100
(bootloader) [RUU]WP,boot,0
(bootloader) [RUU]WP,boot,100
(bootloader) ...... Successful
(bootloader) start image[system] unzipping & flushing...
(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,system,0
(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,system,0
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(bootloader) [RUU]WP,system,100
(bootloader) ...... Successful
OKAY [146.793s]
finished. total time: 180.976s

c:\miniadb_m7>fastboot reboot-bootloader
rebooting into bootloader...
OKAY [  0.039s]
finished. total time: 0.042s

c:\miniadb_m7>fastboot reboot
rebooting...

finished. total time: 0.036s
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Even if this doesn't work I just want you to know how grateful I am for your time, you've gone above and beyond anything I ever expected.

Thanks as well for the detailed instructions above, just one question: When you say it should boot into developer edition software, what does that mean, is it the developer edition of the stock rom itself?

Again, thanks, i really appreciate your patience and time.
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You are quite welcome. Only thing in question,really,is wether or not I modified the android info txt document so that your s on phone will accept the file.

What I meant was that when the phone reboot,it won't be into stock t mobile software. It will be into stock(but rooted) developer edition software,build # 1.29.1540.3. It's nothing you'll have to do,just the software the phone will be running. (That's what i was running when i dumped the images)

Once it works again,we can work on changing it to something else
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OK, got it. I'm thinking that must be a large file, especially for Dropbox, is it taking a while to upload?
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Yup.. bout 929 mb its definately taking awhile.
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How are we looking Scotty? If I had to guess I'd say another three hours.....
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How are we looking Scotty? If I had to guess I'd say another three hours.....
apparently i dozed off on you

link and md5 sent. as soon as i can get it uploaded elsewhere ill put up a public link,in case some others may need it.

waiting to hear how it goes!
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Seems Mike stayed up a little late and is sleeping in too ..

And here's the Stock files for the T-mob One

[ROM] M7 Stock Rooted 1.27.531.7 GSM Odex & DeOdex

near as I can tell theirs no Aroma in their

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T-mobile US HTC ONE Stock Rom without Carrier IQ finally After hours going through XsMagical t-mobile htc one stock rom (HTC One *STOCK* ROM | 1.29.401.13 | Jelly Bean | HTC Sense 5) i was able to remove carrier IQ without it re-installing it self after you restart ur phone...

big thanks to XsMagical

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2274411

flash.... Nocturnal_1.27.531.7_Odex in recovery first
then flash... Nocturnal_M7_Stock_Kernel_1.27.531.7
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apparently i dozed off on you

link and md5 sent. as soon as i can get it uploaded elsewhere ill put up a public link,in case some others may need it.

waiting to hear how it goes!
No worries Scotty, wasn't sure what time zone you were on. Downloading now, says it's going to take an hour.

As soon as it's here I will give it a shot. It feels like christmas! ha ha
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Correct. Was dreaming about a fully functional M7 lol
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And here's the Stock files for the T-mob One

http://forums.team-nocturnal.com/showthread.php/2878-ROM-M7-Stock-Rooted-1-27-531-7-GSM-Odex-DeOdex

near as I can tell theirs no Aroma in their
Thanks dude, much appreciated.
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Scooty, got an error, see below, but everything was looking good, I'm assuming 'remote not allowed' could be the txt file you were referring to. EDIT: Tried another three times, same error each time.


C:\android-sdk\sdk\platform-tools>fastboot devices
FA34RW900961 fastboot

C:\android-sdk\sdk\platform-tools>fastboot erase cache
erasing 'cache'...
OKAY [ 0.124s]
finished. total time: 0.125s

C:\android-sdk\sdk\platform-tools>fastboot oem rebootRUU
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(bootloader) Start Verify: 3
OKAY [ 0.035s]
finished. total time: 0.036s

C:\android-sdk\sdk\platform-tools>fastboot flash zip 1.29.1540.3miniruu.zip
sending 'zip' (625511 KB)...
OKAY [ 23.978s]
writing 'zip'...
FAILED (remote: not allowed)
finished. total time: 24.006s

C:\android-sdk\sdk\platform-tools>
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Your bootloader is still unlocked,correct? Did the phone boot to ruu mode(black screen,silver HTC) ?
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Yes, still unlocked. Not sure it booted into ruu mode, it rebooted back into bootloader after step 2 (fastboot oem rebootRUU) and then I continued to flash.

EDIT: Just googled ruu mode images and NO, didn't boot into that.
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Yes, still unlocked. Not sure it booted into ruu mode, it rebooted back into bootloader after step 2 (fastboot oem rebootRUU) and then I continued to flash.
ahhh. well,that explains the 'failed...' error. thats typical when trying to flash a zip in regular fastboot. some older bootloaders on some devices did allow that,but not all. although i am not sure why it rebooted to fastboot,instead of to ruu mode.

try entering twrp,then holding power until the phone tties to reboot and does a hard reset. give it a few minutes,then do that again,start holding vol down when it powers off to reboot,to get yourself back to hboot. select fastboot again,and try that process over. well need to get the phone into ruu mode somehow for the zip to flash.

when the phone boots to a black screen,with silver htc in the middle,thats ruu mode
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Just did that and it's the same, boots into recovery. Would it be worth flashing cwm to try this? Will fastboot work in cwm memory?
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Just did that and it's the same, boots into recovery. Would it be worth flashing cwm to try this? Will fastboot work in cwm memory?
at what point does it boot to recovery? what happens if you hold power and do a hard reset from recovery?

out of curiousity,were you using htc dumlock? if so,have you tried flashing a new boot image?

fastboot commands wont work in recovery,or in the booted OS. only with the phone in fastboot mode.(and ruu mode)
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at what point does it boot to recovery? what happens if you hold power and do a hard reset from recovery?

out of curiousity,were you using htc dumlock? if so,have you tried flashing a new boot image?

fastboot commands wont work in recovery,or in the booted OS. only with the phone in fastboot mode.(and ruu mode)
It boots into recovery automatically after step 2. (fastboot oem rebootRUU) Not using dumlock but I have just restored original boot image and installed htc dumlock thru twrp. What do I have to do now to use dumlock?

EDIT: One more thing that I'm not sure the relevance of: The forst thing I did before I flashed the rom originally was to make a back up in twrp, that back up being stock rooted of my device. When I go to file manager in twrp i can see that file but when i hit restore it's not there. I also have that back up saved on my computer (the whole twrp file). Is that relevant or not?
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It boots into recovery automatically after step 2. (fastboot oem rebootRUU) Not using dumlock but I have just restored original boot image and installed htc dumlock thru twrp. What do I have to do now to use dumlock?
i would advise not messing with it. if you had used it before,i thot maybe you had recovery installed in the boot partition(thats basically what dumblock does) thus preventing normal reboots.if you have an original boot image,you could try and flash it with fastboot

fastboot flash boot boot.img

i am not quite sure what to think about whats going on here. oem rebootRUU definately NOT take you to twrp recovery
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i would advise not messing with it. if you had used it before,i thot maybe you had recovery installed in the boot partition(thats basically what dumblock does) thus preventing normal reboots.if you have an original boot image,you could try and flash it with fastboot

fastboot flash boot boot.img

i am not quite sure what to think about whats going on here. oem rebootRUU definately NOT take you to twrp recovery
What you say there makes perfect sense. Did twrp somehow get flashed to the wrong partition?

Not sure I have the boot img, I have 6 files in the twrp folder on my computer: boot.emmc.win - boot.emmc.win.md5 - data.ext4.win - data.ext4.win.md5 - system.ext4.win - system.ext4.win.md5

EDIT: Just flashed stock kernal, booted straight back into recovery (after htc quietly brilliant splash screen for 20 seconds)
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The other weird thing is, don't forget we got to 30% on two zips containing aroma, so the phone is seeing the zips and is willing to them. There's a tutorial on trickdroid.org that explains how to remove aroma. I'm going to do that again and push it to the phone via adb. If that doesnt work i'll probably just call it a day.
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its possible twrp got to the wrong partition somehow,but that doesnt explain why its still there after you flash the stock boot image,or why you are unable to change recoveries in the recovery partition.

nor does it explain why a command that should put the phone into ruu mode takes you to recovery!

there is definatley something kooky going on. have you,per chance,tried any of this from a different PC? if youre using windows 8 or usb 3.0,or even just a bad usb port or cable,lots of wierd things can happen,not to mention some obscure spyware or firewall setting thats interfering with the phone connection.

it sounds crazy but quite a few times ive seen folks unable to do a particular task in adb o fastboot that looked 100% correct,but failed every time,and all of a sudden have success when they borrow or dig out an old laptop

given everything weve done,im starting to think more and more that either:
1)there is something very wrong with the phone
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2)what i just mentioned above- some PC variable is for some reason messing hardcore with your attempts to manipulate the phone

as loyal pointed out,hes been in your situation a few times,and been able to recovery without all this nonsense

i actually have not flashed any roms on my m7 yet,only run ruus(wich wipe internal storage,FYI.. unlike other nonremovable sd devices ) so i havent experienced the aroma instability or any hangs/bootloops.

if your attempt to remove aroma fails,only thing really sticking with me,is try a different pc,usb cable,etc. and retry all the stuff youve just done. if you can get into ruu mode,you should hopefully be able to flash the miniruu zip.

if you have a usb 'OTG' cable,you can try renaming the miniruu to PN07IMG and flashing it from HBOOT via an external sd. that kind of thing worked with the one x,but i havent tried it here yet.
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Some interesting reading guys ...
I have to agree with the different cable or pc theory.

I had a 3 hour adventure just trying to get "fastboot getver all" one day and it turned out I had used a usb hub that gave me all kind of problems. as soon as I used a usb port from the motherboard everything was fine.
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I'm going to flash trickdroid without aroma one more time. If that's no good I will change pc's and try the ruu again. After that.....beer.
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Scotty, I know we're close to the end here because there's not much we can do but as a last bit of weirdness, get this: I went to trickdroid, downloaded the rom and followed the instructions for removing aroma, which i did. I then adb pushed the rom to sd card. I flashed the zip and it went all the way through with a success message and in following what it was doing, everything went ok, including boot images, no errors with a message saying 'success, reboot phone and enjoy rom.'

I press reboot and i get the message "you are not rooted, would you like to install Super SU." I say yes, reboot and it goes to the htc splash for 20 seconds and then into twrp. So in short, I know for sure the rom was successful and somewhere on that phone that rom is fully functional and ready to use, the problem being, something is telling the phone to go to recovery. The rom told the phone to reboot and the phone is using recovery as a default for everything.

Again, I now firmly believe the rom stuck and is there somewhere. Acessing it, or telling the phone to boot into that roms boot menu is a different thing altogether, but assuming we believe the rom stuck, is there anything else you can offer or are we done?

I feel like I'm done lol

EDIT: Reflashed again to try to follow the log as it installed. Anything weird here?

"Forrmatting partitions"

"System is unmounted already."

"Mounting partitions"

"Data is mounted already."

"Kernel will be installed on start up"

"Unmounting partitions'

"Installation finished"
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Some interesting reading guys ...
I have to agree with the different cable or pc theory.

I had a 3 hour adventure just trying to get "fastboot getver all" one day and it turned out I had used a usb hub that gave me all kind of problems. as soon as I used a usb port from the motherboard everything was fine.
yeah,i should have mentioned that... non-powered hubs espeically,can cause all sorts of issues.

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Scotty, I know we're close to the end here because there's not much we can do but as a last bit of weirdness, get this: I went to trickdroid, downloaded the rom and followed the instructions for removing aroma, which i did. I then adb pushed the rom to sd card. I flashed the zip and it went all the way through with a success message and in following what it was doing, everything went ok, including boot images, no errors with a message saying 'success, reboot phone and enjoy rom.'

I press reboot and i get the message "you are not rooted, would you like to install Super SU." I say yes, reboot and it goes to the htc splash for 20 seconds and then into twrp. So in short, I know for sure the rom was successful and somewhere on that phone that rom is fully functional and ready to use, the problem being, something is telling the phone to go to recovery. The rom told the phone to reboot and the phone is using recovery as a default for everything.

Again, I now firmly believe the rom stuck and is there somewhere. Acessing it, or telling the phone to boot into that roms boot menu is a different thing altogether, but assuming we believe the rom stuck, is there anything else you can offer or are we done?

I feel like I'm done lol

EDIT: Reflashed again to try to follow the log as it installed. Anything weird here?

"Forrmatting partitions"

"System is unmounted already."

"Mounting partitions"

"Data is mounted already."

"Kernel will be installed on start up"

"Unmounting partitions'

"Installation finished"
hmm did you try rebooting again,after it dumped you back in to recovery? maybe the 20 seconds on the splash was installing the kernel? devs do some kooky(IMO) stuff sometimes in attempts to make flashing easier. with the rezound,there were roms distributing a ph98img onto the sd card and booting you to hboot,kernel installing apps,all kinds of goofy stuff.

since youve gotten this far,try installing the trickdroid boot image manually. then maybe try it on another pc
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Well I wonder if he got it ??
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Scotty, off topic a bit, but as a general question, do you have to have custom recovery to root if you have no intention of ever running a custom rom?
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Scotty, off topic a bit, but as a general question, do you have to have custom recovery to root if you have no intention of ever running a custom rom?
no sir,you do not. you can simply fastboot boot the recovery instead of flashing it permantly to flash the superuser files.

being rooted definately is not dependent on having an installed custom recovery. i actually didnt bother installing a permanent recovery on my rezound until i was able to s-off it.

have you had any luck?
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no sir,you do not. you can simply fastboot boot the recovery instead of flashing it permantly to flash the superuser files.

being rooted definately is not dependent on having an installed custom recovery. i actually didnt bother installing a permanent recovery on my rezound until i was able to s-off it.

have you had any luck?
No luck Scotty, smashed it to its death with a hammer so I could move on with my life.

Just to confirm what you said (feel free to move these questions/start new thread in the correct place), are you saying that flashing recovery in fastboot is temporary and will be wiped after a reboot, or are you saying if you flash recovery via fastboot and then flash super su it the root will stick but the recovery won't? I'm a bit skittish regarding the all-in-one-toolkit after what happened earler in the thread.
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No luck Scotty, smashed it to its death with a hammer so I could move on with my life.

Just to confirm what you said (feel free to move these questions/start new thread in the correct place), are you saying that flashing recovery in fastboot is temporary and will be wiped after a reboot, or are you saying if you flash recovery via fastboot and then flash super su it the root will stick but the recovery won't? I'm a bit skittish regarding the all-in-one-toolkit after what happened earler in the thread.
as for the recovery,it depends on how you flash it.

fastboot boot recovery.img = temporary disapears after you boot away from it. anything you flash from recovery while unlocked will stick.

fastboot flash recovery recovery.img = permanently installed on phone. you can boot to it whenever you like,even if youre not connected to a PC

i personally would recomend not using the toolkit. all the tings weve done here,you definatley have the knowldege to easily root your phone without it.

im working on a guide for the one,hopefully i can have it up in the next coupld days. it will be very similar to this one(rezound forum):
Scottys noob friendly root guide-start to finish
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Would love to have a guide like that for the ONE Scotty, look forward to seeing it, sooner the better, could use something like that about now.

Specifically, do I need a custom recovery to root my phone, could I root with stock recovery?
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you do need a custom recovery. you cant use the stock one,as it will only flash official,signed by htc files.

if you dont want a permanent recovery,you can just fastboot boot a recovery,use it to install superuser,then be done with it.

guide should be up in the international forum in a few... ill link when its done
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apparently i dozed off on you

link and md5 sent. as soon as i can get it uploaded elsewhere ill put up a public link,in case some others may need it.

waiting to hear how it goes!
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Is that the actual RUU for tmobile that I need to get back to original settings?

Everything went fine with my unlocking and rooting I just need to take my phone in because there was a defect in it, and I am pretty sure they won't take it back if it says tampered.
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Is that the actual RUU for tmobile that I need to get back to original settings?

Everything went fine with my unlocking and rooting I just need to take my phone in because there was a defect in it, and I am pretty sure they won't take it back if it says tampered.
no,it is not an official ruu. it is simply a dump of the software from my m7's boot and system images,with an android info document that should allow the images to flash on the t mobile variant. its intended to get back a working phone,not make things t mobile stock.

for some reason we havent seen official RUUs for any us variants(besides the dev deition) yet.
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So am I SOL on getting rid of ***tampered*** and not being able to take my phone in?

Is there anything else I can do?
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Just have to jump in here and say... scotty85, you're The Man! Your perseverance & dedication to helping out is very impressive! Thank you, sir!
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So am I SOL on getting rid of ***tampered*** and not being able to take my phone in?

Is there anything else I can do?
only way to get rid of tampered on an s on device is to relock and run an ruu. relocked is the best you can do.

with s on,and no ruu,you sort of are SOL

however, "moonshine" s-off is on its way. if youre thinking generally,rest assured if you s-off,you can get rid of relocked and tampered and you can turn s back on if you need to(tho i wouldnt... unless you have to for warranty exchange. s off makes your life easier)

if you need to warranty your phone now,id try and hang in there a few days. theyve posted a teaser pic here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2291087 hopefully soon!

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ok,its uploading now... its my personal dropbox,so ill pm you the link until i can figure out why i cant upload to androidfilehost its got a ways to go,tho...

when its done,youll put into your adb/fastboot directory,dont unzip.

-put phone in fastboot,open cmd,etc.
-flash with the following:
fastboot erase cache

fastboot oem rebootRUU

fastboot flash zip 1.29.1540.3miniruu.zip (assuming you dont change the name)

when it finishes,

fastboot reboot bootloader

fastboot reboot

assuming it works,your phone should boot into the developer edition software(with all your stock firmware,of course... this is just boot and system). should even allready be rooted.

should look something like this(ignore the filename is different):

Code:
c:\miniadb_m7>fastboot erase cache
erasing 'cache'...
OKAY [  0.048s]
finished. total time: 0.055s
 
c:\miniadb_m7>fastboot oem rebootRUU
...
(bootloader) Start Verify: 0
OKAY [  0.043s]
finished. total time: 0.049s
 
c:\miniadb_m7>fastboot flash zip mini-RUU.zip
sending 'zip' (951927 KB)...
OKAY [ 34.152s]
writing 'zip'...
(bootloader) zip header checking...
(bootloader) zip info parsing...
(bootloader) checking model ID...
(bootloader) checking custom ID...
(bootloader) start image[boot] unzipping & flushing...
(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,boot,0
(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,boot,6
(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,boot,12
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(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,boot,100
(bootloader) [RUU]WP,boot,0
(bootloader) [RUU]WP,boot,100
(bootloader) ...... Successful
(bootloader) start image[system] unzipping & flushing...
(bootloader) [RUU]UZ,system,0
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(bootloader) ...... Successful
OKAY [146.793s]
finished. total time: 180.976s
 
c:\miniadb_m7>fastboot reboot-bootloader
rebooting into bootloader...
OKAY [  0.039s]
finished. total time: 0.042s
 
c:\miniadb_m7>fastboot reboot
rebooting...
 
finished. total time: 0.036s

My friend rooted his phone and flashed a rom and got into this same situation except I'm able to switch between twrp and cwm. I have read thru the entire thread and had already tried most of your suggestions prior to as well as tried them again as I was going thru thread. I was also able to sideload cm10, and the fastboot the boot.img, it boots into cm10 logo, then loops.
I downloaded the zip file you posted and did
fastboot erase cache
fastboot rebootRUU
fastboot flash zip <zipname>
and got this:
sending 'zip' (951927 KB)...
OKAY [ 41.017s]
writing 'zip'...
(bootloader) zip header checking...
(bootloader) zip info parsing...
FAILED (remote: 99 unknown fail)
finished. total time: 41.267s

zip file is in platform-tools folder.

I know you've done a lot to try and help mike, if you could please help me I'd really appreciate it.
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My friend rooted his phone and flashed a rom and got into this same situation except I'm able to switch between twrp and cwm. I have read thru the entire thread and had already tried most of your suggestions prior to as well as tried them again as I was going thru thread. I was also able to sideload cm10, and the fastboot the boot.img, it boots into cm10 logo, then loops.
I downloaded the zip file you posted and did
fastboot erase cache
fastboot rebootRUU
fastboot flash zip <zipname>
and got this:
sending 'zip' (951927 KB)...
OKAY [ 41.017s]
writing 'zip'...
(bootloader) zip header checking...
(bootloader) zip info parsing...
FAILED (remote: 99 unknown fail)
finished. total time: 41.267s

zip file is in platform-tools folder.

I know you've done a lot to try and help mike, if you could please help me I'd really appreciate it.
I got the same error when I tried it as well, I have a thread open and linked this thread in it.

[how to] get a rom to your sd card if your phone wont boot

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hmm. thats very peculiar... error 99 is typically what you get when running a signed ruu with s on,and an unlocked bootloader.

had you guys OTAed to 1.27.531.8? could be a main version prollem,i guess,but typically that would give you a different error
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My friend rooted his phone and flashed a rom and got into this same situation except I'm able to switch between twrp and cwm. I have read thru the entire thread and had already tried most of your suggestions prior to as well as tried them again as I was going thru thread. I was also able to sideload cm10, and the fastboot the boot.img, it boots into cm10 logo, then loops.
I downloaded the zip file you posted and did
fastboot erase cache
fastboot rebootRUU
fastboot flash zip <zipname>
and got this:
sending 'zip' (951927 KB)...
OKAY [ 41.017s]
writing 'zip'...
(bootloader) zip header checking...
(bootloader) zip info parsing...
FAILED (remote: 99 unknown fail)
finished. total time: 41.267s

zip file is in platform-tools folder.

I know you've done a lot to try and help mike, if you could please help me I'd really appreciate it.
have you tried that same process with a stock rom?
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hmm. thats very peculiar... error 99 is typically what you get when running a signed ruu with s on,and an unlocked bootloader.

had you guys OTAed to 1.27.531.8? could be a main version prollem,i guess,but typically that would give you a different error
I know this is a old thread but the error 99 is because the bootloader is unlocked. you need to relock the bootloader to Run a RUU with s-on "fastboot oem lock" the the RUU will work then, Another thing is with a phone that has no external sdcard you cant the usb storage in recovery with out a OTG cable. You need to use sideload...http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2318497
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