Edubyah

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About Edubyah

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  1. Edubyah added a post in a topic Beta 13: MoDaCo.SWITCH HTC One support topic   


    Just install your backup & then d/l what you need.
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  2. Edubyah added a post in a topic Beta 13: MoDaCo.SWITCH HTC One support topic   


    No they just mean not for the Sprint/Verizon One.
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  3. Edubyah added a post in a topic Beta 13: MoDaCo.SWITCH HTC One support topic   

    I personally don't want the recovery and don't see why anyone here would either it would break switch would it not? Have a look HERE I'm glad to be rid of the "I'm telling big brother on you red text" without running a hex edited hboot.
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  4. Edubyah added a post in a topic Beta 13: MoDaCo.SWITCH HTC One support topic   


    There is a newer firmware for the GPe ONE from Google, it contains a non-HTC hboot without the red text and it does away with the "tell HTC" stuff on sense side of switch. I don't recommend anyone try this that's S-on but for advanced users with S-off it's working fine using Crushalots modded 4.3_custom_firmware.zip found at XDA. Just wanted the switch team to know it's working fine with new hboot and radio. Again do NOT try this with the full firmware from Google only the modded version.
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  5. Edubyah added a post in a topic Beta 13: MoDaCo.SWITCH HTC One support topic   


    Annoying is it? You can make it go away with a .buildprop edit, change your fingerprint to a different HTC One.
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  6. Edubyah added a post in a topic Beta 13: MoDaCo.SWITCH HTC One support topic   


    Nothing to worry about it will NOT work if you apply it.
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  7. Edubyah added a post in a topic Beta 13: MoDaCo.SWITCH HTC One support topic   

    Just to let everyone know this is working great after upgrading my bootloader and hboot to the 4.3 Google Edition that was modded so as not to change kernel or recovery.
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  8. Edubyah added a post in a topic Beta 13: MoDaCo.SWITCH HTC One support topic   


    No need to worry it would fail looking for recovery if you did accidentally hit it.
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  9. Edubyah added a post in a topic Modifying a kernel installer for SWITCH   


    I don't really mind setting my options after install. I wish the kernel Dev offered his kernel in a non aroma setup. It would make converting to switch much easier. When I have time I will modify the script to work fully.
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  10. Edubyah added a post in a topic Modifying a kernel installer for SWITCH   


    Yes your sense side zip I can verify is working without issue. The first one I did in OP borks home button on one side or other depending on which side you boot into first.
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  11. Edubyah added a post in a topic Modifying a kernel installer for SWITCH   


    Make sure to use the one descenpet posted then switch. I'll update one for the GPE side and put both in the OP later.
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  12. Edubyah added a post in a topic Beta 13: MoDaCo.SWITCH HTC One support topic   


    Just reflash Beta1 then Beta8 all will be well again
    Well you also need any of the required stuff like S-on and root
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  13. Edubyah added a post in a topic Modifying a kernel installer for SWITCH   

    I've done some more testing and come to the conclusion we should probably make two installers. Even if we want to use the same kernel I think it will work better to pack a sense version and a gpe version. Sorry I can't update quicker but I have too many kids.
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  14. Edubyah added a post in a topic Modifying a kernel installer for SWITCH   

    I think it's something to do with this kernel in going to repack another one today.
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  15. Edubyah added a post in a topic Modifying a kernel installer for SWITCH   


    Set up your options you want enabled in TricksterMod.apk. That's what I had to do. In both roms.
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