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  1. mredgar25

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    I was going to flash a new rom on twrp for my HTC one and I accidentaly deleted everything including my OS and I didn't make a backup
    can someone please help me?

     

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    thanks guys
     
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    sir i did same on Che2-L11 Honor 4 X and tried to install my firmware.zip but got error
    Could not find 'META-INF/com/google/andrid/update-binary'
    as only update.app in zip file no more folders. I tried with many firmwares but no result
    Kindly help...
     
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    This is the section for the HTC One (M7). Flashing tools and firmware for your phone will be completely different, so it's unlikely anyone here will know much about it I'm afraid.

    I'd suggest posting in a more general section (such as Android Questions) and including information on where you got the firmware, what procedure you used to flash it, whether you are rooted or not. Don't assume we know what you have done, too much information is better than too little.
     
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    Thanks
     
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