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  1. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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    Hey guy's!
    The story...
    I was continually unable to update my "preferred" software, due to bloatware I never have used in the two years+ I've owned my EVO 4G. I had some time so I looked into rooting. (Through Titanium reviews)
    I came across Unrevoked, tried it it failed. Research said it was missing files... I found a intelligent guy that sounded like he knew what he was doing. Got it rooted. The following step to flash roms failed. His advice, try another SD card. Which I have now but didn't at the time. He/I should have did a Nandroid b/u. But I was unaware. I should have know better. Further research led me to Rom manager. Which I downloaded and installed. The same source recommended Cyanogen, looked fast! Sounded easy. First attempt failed. My phone was in a load to Sprint loop. Somehow I redid the root process and was able to get out of it. I installed titanium. Downloaded all my apps and went at "uninstalling" instead of freezing! Kindle, Nascar, Flicker, Sprint TV, Twitter (Peep)... as I went up the list from the bottom I regrettably uninstalled phone! My contract is up and don't have Sprint service. So, I figured I didn't need "the phone" OOPS! I kept getting enter your timezone even though the time was right! Every 5 minutes! (BOO BOO) Second attempt to install Cyanogen I fell asleep and woke to the blue Android on the skateboard load screen but it wouldn't respond to any prompts.
    Now, no Nandroid backups although I have other pre-root backups on my PC. I can get to boot loader. I have no idea if debug is on. I can't get to anything but the boot loader for the loop on the Sprint logo is back.
    I tried wiping Daviz, data... everything but the SD card. Nothing. I then tried RUU got 155 error? I have RUU_SuperSonic_GB_Sprint_WWE_4.24.651.1_Radio_2.
    and RUU_SuperSonic_S_Sprint_WWE_3.70.651.1_Radio_2.
    All I remember about my phones info is it was software was newer than 4.67 I wanna say 5. ...? And HBOOT 2.18.

    At this point I'm not interested in roms! I have no idea what went wrong. I'd like to get back to factory and root! P.L.E.A.S.E.!
    I added the guy that told me how on Google but he's not responding? I am going to be homeless and outta work in a couple weeks and would really like to have my phone available for wifi. Thanks for listening and your help!

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  2. pastafarian

    pastafarian Pâtes avec votre foie

    First, welcome to the Forum! ;)

    I'm a bit removed from the OGEvo so I'm dealing from memory here, but it appears you're most of the way there. At this point, the easiest way to proceed would be to flash a new rom via recovery.

    Stock rooted rom- http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1671395

    download the rom and copy it to the root directory of your sd card. Boot to recovery -maybe a option in boot menu of Cyanogen by holding the power button? if not, from power off, press power+ volume down and then choose recovery. In recovery (don't know which you have) choose wipe and do a system reset,wipe the cache and dalvik cache (it's a good idea to wipe everything but sd card, but will leave you with a non booting phone should the flash fail for any reason) after wipe, choose install and then select the rom file you copied to your sd card. After the rom is flashed follow the prompts to reboot to system and you should have a rooted stock rom. Good luck!
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  3. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    also do not use rom manager!!!!!!!!!

    i have seen waaaaaaaaaaaay to many issues like this from using it. also once we get you a working phone, i would ditch cwm as your recivery as well. there are waaaay better ones then cwm for the og evo.

    i'm glad you found us even though it is a bit late. try what pasta above suggested. if you need help let us know.

    good luck
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  4. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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    Thanks! Rom manager will go!
  5. Mikestony

    Mikestony ~30% Carbon Black ±
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    I would use the De-odexed version if I was given the choice, but either will work :)

    I'm kinda confused atm, but are you still rooted?
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  6. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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    I was waiting for a confirmation on De-odexedor not. I'll be getting to it shortly. I downloaded both but was waiting on a confirmation! Thanks!
  7. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    i always go for the odexed version. deodexed just makes it easier to theme and mod later on is really the main difference.
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  8. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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    wiped cache, and dalvik.flas zip from sd card.
    "install : 5.07.651.6_stock_rooted_deodexed_CPTB.zip?
    Press Power to confirm"
    Install from sdcard...
    Finding update package...
    Opening update package...
    e:Can't open /sdcard/5.07.651.6_stock_rooted_deodexed_CPTB.zip
    Installation aborted."
  9. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    probably a bad download

    re-download it and try again.
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  10. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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    I'm not sure what you meant by reset phone? I didn't see an option for it.It did say after formatting dalvik-cache that it was skipping format SDEXT:dalvik cache?
  11. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    pasta means that you should wipe system, data, dalvik cache, and cache before flashing a rom. there is no reset.

    and that message is normal as you probably do not have your sd card partition so i would not worry about it.

    like i said it is probably a bad download.....re-download it and try again.
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  12. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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    copy that!
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  13. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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    says replace existing file 4.558.712 bytes with
    1.561.909 bytes????
    download pg. states it's 203.12 MB (212991104 bytes)????
  14. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    203mb sounds about right

    edit: ooops read that wrong.....LOL

    yeah bad download
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  15. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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    Can you direct me to another source? I'm going to try in a different browser and see what's up that way?
  16. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    have you tried the mirror link? it is in your post earlier.
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  17. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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    I was downloading from link and not mirror? I'm guessing that was it. Mirror=203!!!!
    install from sdcard complete!!!!
    P.R.A.I.S.E. GOD FOR YOU GUYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    IT'S UP!
    What's next?
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  18. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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    the other thing is the sd card in the phone now isn't the regular one that I use. I didn't want to risk recopying everything. It's backed up though. You said that I should "ditch cwm as your recivery as well." Can you help me with that?
    Thanks again guys!
  19. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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    and should I do Nandroid to the regular sd card or wait until the cwm update?
  20. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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  21. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    ok so go here:http://androidforums.com/evo-4g-all...ooting-dummies-guide-gingerbread-edition.html

    in the after root section there is info on how to switch recoveries.....just skip the root process.

    and as long as the sd card is not a 2g card you should be fine with most other sd cards. it does not have to be the stock version of it.

    and yes make a nandroid backup when you get a chance....though i would recommend that you switch to amon ra2.3. but the cwm nandroid will not work with amon ra
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  22. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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    it says main version is older!
    update fail!
  23. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

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  24. bobaroo

    bobaroo Newbie
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HTC EVO 4G Forum

The HTC EVO 4G release date was June 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 512GB RAM, Snapdragon S1 processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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