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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bombdrop, Jul 31, 2010.

  1. bombdrop

    bombdrop Member
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    Carrier:Orange
    Country / Language:UK/English

    Okay de-branded my Orange HTC Desire all went okay they then had an OAW update this removed my ability to use wi-fi upload a new rom

    RUU_Bravo_HTC_ARA_1.30.415.3_T_Radio_32.41.00.32U_4.08.00.09_release_139993_signed.exe

    this has given an Arabic phone and my sim is unrecognised I anted to roll back to
    RUU_Bravo_HTC_Europe_1.15.405.3_Radio_32.30.00.28U_4.05.00.11_release_121865.exe

    but it gives me an error error 140 bootloader version error can any one please help.
     

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  2. anoniemouse

    anoniemouse Well-Known Member
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    I assume you used the goldcard method for this, Orange branded phones lose wifi when you update the radio ota.
    They also simlock when you update the radio ota using a goldcard

    All i can suggest is use the goldcard & try the wwe version, if your phone remains simlocked then i am afraid you will have to get an unlock code
     
  3. bombdrop

    bombdrop Member
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    thanks for the the reply, I can not seem to re flash my phone as all roms I find are older than the one I have on my phone. I just want to re falsh with an older rom.

    Firmware Version
    2.1-uodate 1

    Baseband version
    32.41.00.32U_408.00.09

    Kernel Version
    2.6.29-3dfdf77a
    htc-kernel@and18-2#1

    Build number
    1.30.415.3CL208260 release-keys

    Software number
    1.30.415.3

    Brower version
    webkit 3.1
     
  4. Magicuk

    Magicuk Well-Known Member
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    MINI GUIDE: How To Unroot Your Phone go to that web site and follow the instructions and then re root it after u put a rom on there
     
  5. anoniemouse

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    I don't think he has rooted it m8, although that may be one way to get him out of the problem he has.
     
  6. bombdrop

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    anoniemouse is correct I have not Rooted my phone but I'm looking into doing this, I should have just stayed with the Orange ROM this will teach my that I'm not big and definitely not clever!!!
     
  7. anoniemouse

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    Use the one click method to root m8 its the easiest way .
     
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