If you want a simple way to return to the stock ROM and also be able flash back the stock radio and recovery then this may be for you. XDA member migascalp gave me the idea of packaging stock ROMs with the aroma installer and include the ability to flash the stock recovery also as sort of a poor mans RUU since so many still are S-on and cannot properly run a RUU. I have been making these for a few different versions depending on if we have the stock recovery, so mainly only major versions with a full stock dump or RUU. See here: Collection of HTC One Graphical Reset Downloads. Stock Rom + recovery While you can flash these roms on any M7_U or M7_UL, they are made to match the version base and respective device type. Also note that these packages do not update any firmware. However when you choose to install the stock recovery you will then be able to get OTA updates (If applicable for the version) after locking your bootloader. ** Remember that if you are S-On, you must have an unlocked bootloader to install a recovery (custom or stock) so make sure you bootloader is unlocked if you are going to choose the install the stock recovery during the install. **Also note that for OTA updates to work properly you must have the stock or matching CID for the version of the ROM. Same goes for MID. Many have already used these packages to get back to stock and get OTA's or for returning for service, but I never got around to making a post for them, so here it is. Also before using you can check out the full collection of return to stock items in the Collection Thread and Return To Stock Guide Thread. You simply flash these in recovery (CWM/TWRP) like installing any other rom. Here is a video Demo of the install. This demo is of the AT&T OTA but the install and procedure is the same. I will update this video for the roms in the this thread later: Using Guru Reset to Install AT&T Stock ROM and Recovery to update to Android 4.3 - YouTube Here are the screen shots of the Aroma Installer. Sorry for some the bad edits, its really hard to get a good pic taken manually at bootloader or recovery: . I test each of these packages myself thoroughly before posting. However I make no guarantee's on the subject of OTA's because I do not use them, but many of the users of these packages report on the success of that aspect. You should re-lock your bootloader to get OTA updates. Here are the instructions. As long as you chose to install the stock recovery and didn't add root, all you should have to do is re-lock your bootloader after this and you will be almost out of the box stock. You can re-lock your bootloader with this fastboot command: Code (Text): fastboot oem lock If you are S-on and that doesn't work you may have to use this: Code (Text): fastboot oem relock Remember that if you are S-On and re-lock your bootloader, it will say RELOCKED instead of LOCKED. If you are S-Off then you should be able to get to Locked with this ADB Shell command from scotty1223's thead: Code (Text): echo -ne '\x00\x00\x00\x00' | dd of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p3 bs=1 seek=33796 Or if using an older hboot this revone command: Code (Text): revone -l Also if you chose to flash the stock recovery during the rom install, and your phone doesn't boot or you experience any other issues remember you will have to reload your custom recovery via fastboot: Code (Text): fastboot flash recovery twrp.img I will continue to make more of these and I would prefer to keep it to roms for which we have a full stock dump, but the requests are overwhelming for just about everything, so I may start with some popular carrier versions based off of user submitted backups or stock rom only dumps. You should choose the version that matches your firmware. Your firmware version can be found from a Code (Text): fastboot getvar all However certain conditions don't require that the version match. For instance if you just need a stock ROM to do a SIM Unlock or need a stock ROM to gain S-off with rumrunner, just about any of the 2.24 stock ROMs can be used. Here are the Download Links: Guru Reset M7 2.24.401.8 md5: b576ec69ff7ea86d4be2dbc3a8e15cc0 Guru Reset M7 2.24.401.1 md5: a5e4b3f512a6aa6b9acf2e9a4b6ee995 Guru Reset M7 3.22.1540.1 md5: 21325c8a7737b4521ee392d7af9333e1 Guru Reset M7 3.62.401.1 md5: 6444b41a1f332f31345d5ead674382d7 Guru Reset M7 2.24.707.1 md5: e9f6aba0e6cd997899382cbda2da1ebe Guru Reset M7 2.24.709.1 md5: d4c3eee1a5ddc6d5903d98e48f93c6f0 Guru Reset M7 18.104.22.168 md5: ce009d2262fa1f98f7800ec69680180a Guru Reset M7 22.214.171.124 md5: bf991f8a4767249da5238502befcc627 Guru Reset M7 126.96.36.199 md5: f3d237594e8c21c63da51ba4ae4988f1 Guru Reset M7 2.24.771.3 md5: 4226b81cb1dfd483f36b6d4a75e1474e Guru Reset M7 188.8.131.52 md5: cdc043cd7941f8157e1e16aa3d549a9a Guru Reset M7 2.24.841.1 md5: ca37c13808ba61bd48b91ac1cd25e480 Guru Reset M7 2.24.980.2 md5: d530dcef4cf842e3ba87457da5226e2c Guru Reset M7 2.24.1020.1 md5: 9cfb71bdb6919521a459211e80f63cf5 Guru Reset M7 1.29.401.13 md5: 92987058e9e8c83cd4d88b2f523e359f AT&T Versions: Guru Reset M7 1.26.502.12 md5: 30c0072fb5a02ca75a609bc57a3f34e9 Guru Reset M7 1.26.502.15 md5: 79d290ec018ea3761e8ad35f62476c5a T-Mobile Version: Guru Reset M7 T-Mobile 1.27.531.11 md5: f7bd2e1e2e89fab44d8713eda693c0a3 Sprint Versions: Guru Reset M7 Sprint 1.31.651.2 md5: f3d055dea52b60674833c2cbb87893fb Guru Reset M7 Sprint 1.29.651.10 md5: 29a4b3cd30a848a8e6c9e1e7bd079740 ........Credits........ Thanks to baadnewz for most of the stock dumps Thanks to V6-Maniac for the 3.22.1540.1 Dump Thanks to Indirect for the 1.31.651.2 Stock ROM Thanks to migascalp for the 184.108.40.206 and 2.24.1020.1 Stock Dumps and the general idea of packing Stock ROM + Recovery Thanks to Mike1986 for the 3.62.401.1 Stock Dump If these helped you out please consider a small donation or just a thanks would be great.