i messed up. i had cwm recovery rom running, but i did not install it. then i installed cyanogenmod. now recovery is cyanogenmod, but i want it to be cwm recovery. im stuck i dont know how to do what i want.
when i boot into recovery, i get cyanogenmod. adb and fastboot commands do not seem to be working. like i cant switch to fastboot via adb reboot bootloader. (no laughing please...
Root, S-off, Wajee De-Sensed right now. Each time I've attempted to boot to recovery (from the restart option once booted up and also from hboot) it just shows the white HTC logo. I should just fastboot erase cache and then fastboot flash the recovery again right? CWM 5.5.04 is what I'm using I believe.
I just flashed the boot.img via the boot.img in the Custom Rom (CM10) (./fastboot-mac flash boot boot.img) and then I found out I didnt put a rom.zip but a rom folder on my phone.. So I wanted to reboot but it doesn't really reboots.
When you hear that chime, it plays that 3/4th and then goes to 'HTC One tm' screen and stucks.
Hi,getting back to stock is not really my department. So just to make sure
1. Install nandroid backup of stock rom - done
2. That means that since my boot.img is stock as well as the rom itself is stock, that i only need recovery?
3. fastboot flash recovery recovery.img - i'm on 22.214.171.124 rom, can i use any 1.29 IMG? http://www.androidrevolution.nl/ARHD...%2FRecovery%2F ?
So I went to unlock my boot loader by typing in fastboot oem unlock and it said the lock state was unlock. Then I flashed cwm recovery and flashed SU/busybox through cwm, rebooted and everything is still there! Anyone know why it didn't erase everything? I also have root, and am still on stock. Thanks!