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Messed up HTC Wildfire

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Mshraks, May 30, 2013.

  1. Mshraks

    Mshraks Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Hello everybody,

    I think i messed up my HTC Wildfire very bad.
    Ones it cam out of the box i wanted to S-off and do some stuff etc etc.

    No everytime i turm my internet on i get a message that my Wildfire needs to upgrade.
    I download the software but it will never ever install.

    I cant flash the damn thing with Android flasher, i cant install new ROM`s RUU nothing is possible.
    My HTC Wildfire is just complete blank.
    I switched between different sd cards but also that doesnt made a different.

    I dont even know anymore what latest version i need to install to get it back as out of the box.

    I cant remove the revolutionary and also cant get my phone back to S-On.

    Watched almost all movies on youtube, searched multiple forums but i cant get it recovered again.
    If i got hair on my head i`ve pulled it out all already but im bold.
    I`m going to search this forum further and further but if somebody can give me a shortcut to what to do i would be very thankfull.

    Here some technical info:

    Touch PANEL-SYN3KY_01
    nov 17 2010,12:08_53

    Firmware version 2.1-update 1

    2.6.29-6 fb59e13

    1.37.405.1 CL262524

    Software 1.37.405.1

    [ Working with Windows 7 64bit ]

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  2. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
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    Welcome to the forum :)

    I don't know the Wildfire, but questions which may help others: what recovery do you have? How are you trying to install ROMs (and which), and what messages do you get when you try? Is it responding to fastboot at all (eg "fastboot devices"), if not what messages. And again what messages when you try to run the RUU?

    Giving more information will help identify the cause(s) of your problems. Even spelling out the stuff you assume can be taken for granted may help (it's the stuff we assume is right often catches us out).

    As for the update, if that's an over the air update you don't want that on rooted phone - failing to install is probably a good thing, as it would likely mess something up. Turn off update checking/notification would be my advice.
  3. Mshraks

    Mshraks Lurker
    Thread Starter

    You typed your reply just before i wanted to say that my problem is solved.
    First of all stupid me i totally forgot to instal the HTC USB drivers on my PC and than 2th i followed the instruction here:


    Finally the damn revolutionary is gone and i got my phone back on S-on, just the way it came right out of the box.
    So finally i solved it myself, happy me.
    This one can be closed.

    Thx anyway ;)
  4. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
    VIP Member

    Glad to hear it's fixed :)

HTC Wildfire Forum

The HTC Wildfire release date was May 2010. Features and Specs include a 3.2" inch screen, 5MP camera, 384GB RAM, Snapdragon S1 processor, and 1300mAh battery.

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