Help! Virgin Mobile HTC Evo V 4g Factory Reset Problems

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  1. Jkiller3221

    Jkiller3221 Member

    Hello, I recently tried to Factory Reset my Phone, but it took me to the HBOOT Screen and every time I try to factory reset i get this page.

    This is the Virgin Mobile Evo V 4G

    *** RELOCKED ***
    *** Security Warning ***
    Apr 20 2012, 17:39:22.

    All I want to do is Factory Reset my phone but I have no idea how or what is needed. Please help.

  2. lEquin0xl

    lEquin0xl Well-Known Member

    I assume you're rooted. Try going into the recovery menu and formatting from there? I think there's a factory reset option there. Maybe not.
  3. Jkiller3221

    Jkiller3221 Member

    Nope, it just takes me back to the FASTBOOT Screen.
  4. HaTrEd360

    HaTrEd360 Well-Known Member

    What recovery do you have installed. By Factory Reset do you mean you want go go back to stock? To do that you have to flash an RUU.
  5. HaTrEd360

    HaTrEd360 Well-Known Member

    He provided his information in the hboot. What the hell is OpenADSP? Never seen that in an Hboot before. o_O
  6. Palmetto Fellow

    Palmetto Fellow Well-Known Member

    running the RUU will surely get er done.
  7. Snake X

    Snake X Well-Known Member

    Yeah I got the same type of stuff on my hboot now including the openADSP line and the radio line when it wasn't there before. I didn't think much of it.
  8. LakersDroid

    LakersDroid Well-Known Member

    The openADSP line is present in hboot 1.57 and 1.58. Previous hboots don't have it. I don't know what it means though.
  9. Palmetto Fellow

    Palmetto Fellow Well-Known Member

    Using google, I've determined that ADSP is either:

    1. Application Digital Signal Processor
    2. Author Domain Signing Practices

    I found some link for the first one that implicates Qualcomm, so that's probably more likely what it is. It has something to do with compressing video or other media content.

    The second option refers to some sort of email authentication.

    There may be a third option, but I'm done looking :p
  10. ramjet73

    ramjet73 Well-Known Member

    Here you go.

  11. Palmetto Fellow

    Palmetto Fellow Well-Known Member

  12. Jkiller3221

    Jkiller3221 Member

  13. Jkiller3221

    Jkiller3221 Member

    Thanks for trying to help guys, just seemed like my Phone needed a good resting for a day. It's working now.

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