If you're using a root toolkit then adb should just work once you have drivers. OR (and I haven't done this, though I believe some have) install a temp root kit, get your phone S-OFF, bootloader unlock and then flash recovery/perm root. issues with quick setting button in the status bar.
I believe the second method will still wipe, but has the advantage of never being unlocked on HTC's records, just on the odd chance they dispute a warranty claim. soft button remain transparent when pulling down the status bar. hey guys, just want to know i do not have to get s-off to flash the custom tom right?
Warranty issues on unlocked phones are very uncommon in Australia. when i have m7, i just unlock the boatload and s-on, and i can still install the custom whats the real difference between s-off and s-on? Unlock bootloader, flash custom recovery, flash chainfire root.
If you want to keep stock just flash back stock recovery afterwards (there will be ways of taking a backup I'm sure) and you'll still be able to get OTA's. I haven't been in the thread recently but if you have a search around you should find details.
There are hundreds if not thousands of people using those ROMs. This is the first time I don't plan to install custom ROMs however I'm interested in getting updates faster for an unbranded international version. Install custom recovery, unlock bootloader, S-off, flash a stock UK rom and then change CID? Are you doing full wipes (system and data) before flashing the ROM?
Now my messages app isn't receiving messages only sending them. Are you doing full wipes (system and data) before flashing the ROM?
Now my messages app isn't receiving messages only sending them. I just woke up, I don't expect to be too coherent sorry. Made an nandroid backup of my Vodafone install, did the funky stuff, and this morning, tried firewater, s-off.
My telstra phone (also not on the officially supported list, and 99.99999% the same as yours) I had to run a couple of dozen times before it actually worked. My telstra phone (also not on the officially supported list, and 99.99999% the same as yours) I had to run a couple of dozen times before it actually worked. The phone is still relative new to the market so it will take time to crack these firmware codes. He also has a good system where he shares his repository (coming soon on M8 ROM), so when there's an update, you just update using an svn client, and it only downloads the new files, not the full ROM. Though he has recently also included built in OTA updates. But to be honest, there's not a massive amount between them. The setup that it finally worked on was a PC running Windows 8.1. Phone rebooted every 2 minutes even when I fully wiped and installed the stock kdz.I'm running version 3.4 of ARHD with a Vodafone version of the phone. After the first 4 failures, I didn't bother in doing the first step again (i.e. I also just realised that when we install a custom rom we will be installing the international kernel which will probably have the CPU at 2.3GHz... last night I lost sleep cos I bricked my M8 hahhaa! TWRP screws up on adb sideload and it doesn't read your external sd card (which is where all my bloody roms were). ========================================================================= preparing, one moment The first bottle is open chugging.......... Radio is included in the firmware update (though not always). fid=24421527759888153 y HMNote2_7.10.26_v9-5.0https://androidfilehost.com/? Hola, esa es la versión china igualmente la rom es la misma para el note 2: TWRP_https:// If not, unlock bootloader, install a recovery like twrp or philz, which both work for certain phone versions/carrier types.