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How to get back to s-on htc sentation

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Hi,

i am not very expert on root, wher can i find tuto for go back tu s-on htc sensation?

Thanks for help and sorry for my bad english.

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Hi! Why do you want to restore à S-On HBOOT ?

T'es français ?

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Hi! Why do you want to restore à S-On HBOOT ?

T'es français ?

because before i root my divaise i woud like to know if is possile to go back to s-on!!!

onece root, is it always possible to do update from divase ?

thanks

I'm Italian

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It's possible to go back to S-ON but it seems to be something hard, with risks to brick your device ...

Once your device is rooted you can not update it OTA you have to flash the lastest yourself, it's easy to do don't worry ;)

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It's possible to go back to S-ON but it seems to be something hard, with risks to brick your device ...

Once your device is rooted you can not update it OTA you have to flash the lastest yourself, it's easy to do don't worry ;)

thanks i will wait the next update ics from htc before root my divice

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yes u can back to s-on by flashing ruu

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yes u can back to s-on by flashing ruu

Can you tell me wher i can find tuto or just can you explain it.

Thanks a lot

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Can you tell me wher i can find tuto or just can you explain it.

Thanks a lot

In order to get S-ON without bricking your phone you need to use HTC hboot version ONLY!! ENGINEERING HBOOT WILL NOT WORK! . I would flash a version that has boot loader 1.18.x or 1.19 (if you want to s-off ever again)

then once you have installed the stock HTC RUU you can then use fastboot

fastboot oem writesecureflag 3

Reboot and you should be S-ON again.

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nope, and in every case: don't use this method ;) it is doing only partially s-off, e.g. fastboot flash commands don't work as with revolutionary method. plus your phone gets registered as "modified" at htc, which means they can void guarantee.

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