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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mehdihz, Jul 1, 2016.

  1. mehdihz

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    Hello.
    I was rooting my HTC E8 (M8Sx Taiwan) and was going to wipe my cache and data so accidentally selected my system too and wiped it all. After it I've tried another ROMs but I've failed.

    - I've tried ViperOne
    - Tried some other ROMs like HTC Eye
    - OTA
    - Trying to flash RUU
    - Get hint from http://androidforums.com/threads/he...internal-storage-and-os-on-htc-one-m8.906784/
    - etc (believe me I've tried many things but no success!)

    Screenshots of my device and variables added below!
    Photo on 7-1-16 at 3.04 PM.jpg Screen Shot 2016-07-01 at 11.17.27 PM.png
     

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    Same ha
    Same thing happened with me. What to do now!!??
     
  3. Hadron

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    Wiping system means you've erased the ROM. So you need to replace it.

    Your options are:

    (1) flash a custom ROM, assuming one exists

    (2) restore a backup, if you made one using the custom recovery before you started wiping things (always a good plan). If you didn't there's a chance you can find one someone else has made and posted (XDA-developers forum for your device sometimes has those). Or

    (3) flash a new set of stock firmware (availability depending on model and carrier): for HTC this means finding a RUU for your model of phone, compatible with your cidnum (essentially country+carrier) and with firmware no older than what's already on your phone.
     
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