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Old July 22nd, 2013, 06:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cry Rooted user. Having an issue with phone

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My HTC ONE doesn't work





what i can do now ?

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Old July 22nd, 2013, 06:08 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Tell us what you've done so far?

Seriously, we need information. Is the phone unlocked/rooted (the red text suggests it might be)? What other modifications have you made? When did the problem start, and what is the problem - I'm guessing it's stuck on the splash screen. Did you accept any software updates? What did you do before the problem started? What model/carrier is the phone?

If we know the phone's history and what happened leading up to it being in this state, we'll be able to give more accurate advice on what to do about it.

Without that, all I can suggest is forcing a shutdown (hold power button down for 10 seconds), going into recovery and doing a factory reset. But if we know more we may be able to come up with something better.
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yes my phone from T-mobile unlocked sim card and boot loader

i used this rom " Android Revolution HD 12.1 "

i just want to install an other custom room and i think i changed some setting in recovery mod

now i want back to this rom "Android Revolution HD 12.1" but i cant found my device storage in my computer
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OK, did you make a backup from recovery (a "nandroid" backup)? If so, just restore that.

If not, do you know what you did when in recovery?

If you flashed a ROM without doing a wipe first, you could either go back into recovery and do the wipe now, or maybe try reflashing the Android Revolution ROM without a wipe - if you didn't back up your data first then reinstalling Android HD might let you boot the phone and take a backup now.

Ah, seen your edit.

Did you leave the ROM .zip on the phone? If so it doesn't matter whether the computer can see it or not: boot into recovery and install it from the phone.

If you didn't leave the zip on the phone, the question is how to get it onto the phone when you can only boot into recovery. In the old days you'd just go into recovery and mount storage over usb, but I doubt that any recovery does that now (not had mine long, so not sure of all of the details yet). If you have a USB OTG cable you can just copy the ROM zip to a usb flash drive, then connect that to the phone and install from recovery from the usb drive. If you don't have a USB OTG cable, it's well worth getting one!

This is fixable, it's just a question of whether it can be done quickly and without data loss (is that a problem, or do you have backups?).
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i don't have zip on my phone

USB OTG cable ?
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USB On The Go. A small cable which let's you connect a full-size USB device to the phone's microUSB port (male microUSB connector one end, female USB connector at the other). You can pick them up for a few /$/etc.

The One is capable of mounting low-powered USB storage devices, such as memory sticks, if you have one of these cables to connect it. Recovery programs can access this, so you can make backups to a usb key, or install zips from one. So if you can get one of those cables, just copy the zip onto a usb key, boot into recovery, go to install the ROM and select usb storage as the location. Really worth having with this phone.
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i have macbook pro , i think it dosen't fit with USB OTG cable
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i can't found my device storage in my computer , so i can't move zip file to sd
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i can't found my device storage in my computer , so i can't move zip file to sd
this will help: ADB Sideload/Push if you Wipe Internal Storage And have no ROM to Flash >> http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2317986
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i have macbook pro , i think it dosen't fit with USB OTG cable
No, but a usb flash drive will fit the MBP and can be used with the OTG. So copy ROM from MacBook to flash drive, use flash drive with phone. I use exactly that setup myself (have nandroid backups on a flash drive).
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@clsA: thanks! Yes, good point: if you have a custom recovery you should be able to use adb to push files to the phone. Google installing adb on a mac.
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No, but a usb flash drive will fit the MBP and can be used with the OTG. So copy ROM from MacBook to flash drive, use flash drive with phone. I use exactly that setup myself (have nandroid backups on a flash drive).
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@clsA: thanks! Yes, good point: if you have a custom recovery you should be able to use adb to push files to the phone. Google installing adb on a mac.
I also use USB OTG for flashing and backup
I use an sdcard adapter and a class 10 32gig sdcard along with the OTG. Like you said it's pretty much a must have with this phone.

Also after moving to 4.2.2 the clockworkmod backups are no longer accessible from the PC without moving them first from the phone.
Sdcard got moved to /0/sdcard in 4.2.2. CWM backups are still in /data/media and the PC can't see them
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Sense your phone is unlocked and custom recovery you should already have adb and fastboot on your mac.

the commands are the same regardless of platform I think
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Did you enable sideload in recovery ?
did you try the push command ?
adb push data/media/rom.zip

Is the Rom.zip in the same folder as adb ?
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Did you enable sideload in recovery ?
did you try the push command ?
adb push data/media/rom.zip

Is the Rom.zip in the same folder as adb ?
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your in luck HTC just posted a RUU for T-mobile
https://support.htc.com/en-us/030-HTC_One_T-Mobile/Software_Updates/HTC_One_Maintenance_Release_Instructions_|_7.23.20 13
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posted it today ?

How i can install now ? i want relock every thing
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I did " This " method on my mac , it's work very Good :good:
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