Recovery keeps coming up instead of the ROM


  1. kelnhofer

    kelnhofer Member

    Has anyone experienced an issue where recovery keeps coming up instead of the ROM?
    I began by wiping my Htc One and flashing an updated twrp 2.6.3.3 and new boot .IMG then I installed my new KitKat maximus HD 30... Rom. However when it completes its installation and reboots it goes into my recovery. Any ideas? Thanks Gary

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  2. Unforgiven

    Unforgiven What does this button do? Moderator

    I spun this out to its own thread in the HTC One International All Things Root subforum.
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  3. clsA

    clsA Guides Guide

    You made 2 small mistakes
    after flashing TWRP run the command
    fastboot erase cache
    fastboot reboot-bootloader

    you don't flash boot.img anymore
    just flash the rom again
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  4. kelnhofer

    kelnhofer Member

    OK I reflashed twrp 2.6.3.3 once then while in boot loader I flashed erase cache, and reboot-bootloader. Then booted into recovery and wiped and flashed the ROM. Once completed it booted into recovery instead of going on to the ROM. Any other ideas? This one has me baffled.
  5. scotty85

    scotty85 Guides Guide

    So you're not able to boot at all? It's not unusual for roms using aroma installer to boot back to the recovery once the installer is done. Just use twrps menus to reboot to system
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  6. kelnhofer

    kelnhofer Member

    No such lunch it always goes back into recovery.
  7. kelnhofer

    kelnhofer Member

    Yes, even after updating to ver 2.6.3.3 recovery and erasing cache and rebooting the boot-loader via fast boot and lading my latest Maximus 30 ROM When it finishes its installation and reboots it goes into recovery instead of booting into the ROM. I then reboot system from recovery but it again goes back into the Recovery. I really need some advice. Thanks.
  8. scotty85

    scotty85 Guides Guide

    do you have a nandroid you are able to restore?

    have you tried loading a different rom?

    what carrier are you using your htc one on?

    can you link the maximus rom you flashed's development threaD?
  9. kelnhofer

    kelnhofer Member

    Hi Scotty, yes I was able to load my previous ver. 10 Maximus ROM after re flashing my older ver. 2.6.0.1 of Recovery. I am using an Htc One curently AT&T I downloaded my copy of Maximus HD 30 ROM from the Maximus website. I have tried about every thing I can think of including re downloading the Rom . this is where I got the Rom
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2189373
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  10. scotty85

    scotty85 Guides Guide

    did you restore a nandroid,or reflash an older version?

    i wonder if there is just an install error with the rom... has anyone else in the dev thread had issues?

    one other thing you can try is to flash the rom,put the boot image into your adb/fastboot folder,and try and manually boot the boot image:

    fastboot boot boot.img

    if the system files have been installed correctly,booting the kernel should boot the phone.
  11. kelnhofer

    kelnhofer Member

    I simply reinstalled a previous ROM. I didn't nandroid and I will try to fast boot the boot.IMG now and see what happens.
  12. kelnhofer

    kelnhofer Member

    Fast boot idea interesting but it still wants to go into recovery.
  13. kelnhofer

    kelnhofer Member

    Problem solved! Thanks to WCX and several hours on the phone all it took was to upgrade my Htc firmware. Once completed I was able to reload my recovery and the ROM booted just fine. Thanks WC and thanks to all those who tried to help.
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  14. scotty85

    scotty85 Guides Guide

    Glad you are up and running. What firmware were you on,and what did you upgrade to?
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  15. kelnhofer

    kelnhofer Member

    Well I'm at 1.56.0000 now but I'm not sure what ver. I was on before. Should have kept track.
    OS is 4.86.1540.3
    Radio is 4a.22.3263.14
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