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ROM Manager - HTC Desire

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Zalewa, Sep 10, 2011.

  1. Zalewa

    Zalewa Lurker
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    Hello guys,
    My mobile details:
    Bravo PVT4 SHIP S-OFF
    Aug 10 2010,17:52:18
    Android Version: 2.3.3
    Network: O2
    Taskiller Used?: No
    [Optional]Are You rooted & which Rom: Revolutionary

    Issue: Using ROM Manager I've flashed new ROM Sense 3.0 All in 1's. After reboot mobile started up, but:
    1. Cannot connect to mobile network
    2. Cannot access SD card under either Android or Bootloader (cannot mount it, but card is OK, checked in other card reader)
    3. Can connect to WI-FI, but cannot install any application because on-screen keyboard is not available.
    Because of above procedures I can apply to recover previous ROM are very limited.
    I tried flash to original HTC Desire Android 2.3 from dev forum, but installer says battery is less than 30%, even if is 100% full.
    So I'd like ask you, if there is a way to recover my old ROM (backed up with ROM manager, sits on SD card) or flash any other working?
    Thank you in advance for any constructive tips.

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  2. shauny13

    shauny13 Android Expert

  3. Zalewa

    Zalewa Lurker
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    I will APN settings, thanks. But I meant, I cannot even login to cell, got error: Your SIM card doesn't allow a connection to this network. SIM card of course is fine.
    Yes I have got backup, but in Recovery I can't access SD card with backup stored.
  4. Rastaman-FB

    Rastaman-FB Extreme Android User

    Not being able to access sim on network is an after effect of usb sd brick.
    Luckily for you you have the latest alpharev hboot so you only nees to do two things

    On usb brick fix guide on tips and tricks section enable sdcard access using the fastboot command

    Use the mtd0.img generator for your network then do fastboot flash misc mtd0.img

    Uninstall rom manager and remind yourself that being lazy when complex things are concerned causes problems.

    Rom manager uses cwm which doesnt havr support for 40000 erasesize pvt4 handhelds. Any backups created with rom manager should never be applied. It will end in suddeb deaore death and youll nees to unbrick usb again
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  5. Zalewa

    Zalewa Lurker
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    Thanks mate, recovered again.
  6. Rastaman-FB

    Rastaman-FB Extreme Android User

    excuse my typing in was using phandroid app
  7. Zalewa

    Zalewa Lurker
    Thread Starter

    No worries mate, your help much appreciated.

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