- so I've decided to sell my M8, so I thought it best to get it back to stock, so I did the following :
1) flashed stock rom (from the XDA thread) to suit my CID.
2) flashed stock recovery (also from XDA) which obviously removed TWRP.
3) relocked the bootloader.
4) S-ON I never actually managed to get S-OFF so this was a non issue.
My phone has become some sort of messed up. I can't make phone calls in places I used to be able to, 4G doesn't work and after trying to set it back to stock the Nagbox went away, which I would be fine with, but it needs to be there to be fully stock.
I'd like to send my phone back to HTC for repairs before selling it to get an M8, but I'm a little wary of doing so because the bootloader reads *** RELOCKED ***. I was unable to achieve S-OFF with this phone, so I can't set it to *** LOCKED ***. However, other than it being Relocked, it is 100% stock. Stock AT&T RUU with OTAs, S-ON, no Tampered flag.
I got bored over the weekend and root and romed my S3. I didn't like the roms I got so I wanted to go back to stock. Problem is I forgot to do a backup of the stock firmware before flashing. Is there a way to get back to true stock? I have flashed stock firmware back on the phone, but when I try to get the VZW update, it fails.
I have an xperia S that has bootloader unlocked and currently running a custom rom. In the next few weeks I may be swapping the phone with a family member. How would I go about getting the phone back on stock Sony firmware.
There's nothing recent on here, so I'm looking for what the masses are saying these days. I'm stock rooted, but I want to try MF9, I know I can't really "try" it as it alters EVERYTHING. But I hear good things, I also think that 4.3 isn't too far behind an I'd like to be ready. The only reason I'm rooted is for ad block.
I have a telstra HTC one xl which is SOFF, unlocked bootloader and 2.15 firmware. I am currently running KickDroid XL v4.10 and am looking to sell my phone. I don't really want to sell a rooted phone so I would like to take it back to a stock Telstra rom. I have posted a pic of my bootloader details.