Garryrobson85

Htc desire system clock losing time? firmware re install ?

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Hey there everyone,

excuse my n00bness im pretty new to android.

recently bought a HTC desire and the clock keeps losing time at the rate of about 4 minutes per hour also very occasionally the phone will reboot itself

firstly i cant take back for an exchange as i had to replace the digitizer when i first got the phone voiding warrenty

i have tried all the usual tricks soft reset, factory reset, unchecking the automatic settings button nothing seems to help.

im assuming my next step would be to reinstall the stock firmware but would like some advice on doing this or any other solutions?

phone details

htc desire unlocked to all networks currently being used on 3 uk

bravo pvt4 ship s-on

hboot - 0.93.0001

microp-051d

touch panel - synw0101

radio-5.11.05.27

aug 10 2010 17:52: 18

android version 2.2

baseband version: 32.49.00.32u_5.11.05.27

kernal version: 2.6.32.15-gf5a401c [email protected] #1

build number: 2.29.405.5 cl293415 release-keys

software number: 2.29.405.5

browser version: webkit 3.1

so if i do need to reinstall firmware a link to a guide or help appriciated also which ruu i need etc any other software needed to perform

many thanks in advance

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to update i think i found the right ruu but when i try to run this i get error 120 battery below 30% even tho its full anyone??

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Hey there everyone,

excuse my n00bness im pretty new to android.

recently bought a HTC desire and the clock keeps losing time at the rate of about 4 minutes per hour also very occasionally the phone will reboot itself

firstly i cant take back for an exchange as i had to replace the digitizer when i first got the phone voiding warrenty

i have tried all the usual tricks soft reset, factory reset, unchecking the automatic settings button nothing seems to help.

im assuming my next step would be to reinstall the stock firmware but would like some advice on doing this or any other solutions?

phone details

htc desire unlocked to all networks currently being used on 3 uk

bravo pvt4 ship s-on

hboot - 0.93.0001

microp-051d

touch panel - synw0101

radio-5.11.05.27

aug 10 2010 17:52: 18

android version 2.2

baseband version: 32.49.00.32u_5.11.05.27

kernal version: 2.6.32.15-gf5a401c [email protected] #1

build number: 2.29.405.5 cl293415 release-keys

software number: 2.29.405.5

browser version: webkit 3.1

so if i do need to reinstall firmware a link to a guide or help appriciated also which ruu i need etc any other software needed to perform

many thanks in advance

The only way to replace the system controls is to connect the phone to your computer as normal and download the correct RUU for your Desire. I find that this one here : Desire RUU works best for me when a root goes wrong. Keep me posted :blink:

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Cheers pal this is the ruu i found but unfortunatly i get error 120 battery below 30% even tho it isnt do you think my battery may need replacing to resolve the issue or an internal problem ?

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Cheers pal this is the ruu i found but unfortunatly i get error 120 battery below 30% even tho it isnt do you think my battery may need replacing to resolve the issue or an internal problem ?

Aww, sorry :blink:

Well, are you rooted at all? Or do you know if you have a custom bootloader installed? I know that with ClockworkMod you can erase the battery statistics and it rebuilds them, you can't do this (to my knowledge) with stock HTC though.

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Nope not rooted no mods at all have to do some reading i feel.....

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