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Hi all,

I followed this tutorial - http://network-13.co...t-the-HTC-One-X and then installed Android Evolution HD 1.1.1 by mike1986

Then the OTA updated came out today from HTC, which I'd really like to apply as I have issues with signal.

Is it possible to revert back to generic firmware? (Device is a 3 PAYG handset). I did a backup with clockworkmod, if that helps?

I have looked on xda-developers and here, but getting slightly confused with all the new terminology as it's been a while since I mucked about with Android flashing.

Or is it just a better idea to wait for a newer version of Android Evolution with these fixes in tow?

Any help appreciated.

thanks
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Edited by siksik6, 18 April 2012 - 07:17 PM.

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Whoops, double post, apologies.

Edited by siksik6, 18 April 2012 - 07:17 PM.

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Hi all,

I followed this tutorial - http://network-13.co...t-the-HTC-One-X and then installed Android Evolution HD 1.1.1 by mike1986

Then the OTA updated came out today from HTC, which I'd really like to apply as I have issues with signal.

Is it possible to revert back to generic firmware? (Device is a 3 PAYG handset). I did a backup with clockworkmod, if that helps?

I have looked on xda-developers and here, but getting slightly confused with all the new terminology as it's been a while since I mucked about with Android flashing.

Or is it just a better idea to wait for a newer version of Android Evolution with these fixes in tow?

Any help appreciated.

thanks
Mark


To be honest i think the ota was only for unbranded/wwe stock devices, it might be a month or so before the network provider variants of this ota fix are released if at all!

you can try to restore your back up but not sure if you would get the update because u have an unlocked bootloader and custom recovery (im guessing as u flashed a custom rom). There is a new version of Android Evolution out now as well, perhaps try the newest release and see if its better for signal? also mike1986 suggest a certain radio to flash with his rom its at the bottom of the downloads list on his Android Revolution rom thread on xda. Might be worth flashing that radio if you havent already.

EDIT: I think the ota bug fix is also available from Three UK and Vodafone, but i would not recommend installing it if you have rooted and installed a custom recovery!!!!! (Could Mess Up Your Device)

hope this helps.

Edited by dj_destruction, 18 April 2012 - 09:07 PM.

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To be honest i think the ota was only for unbranded/wwe stock devices, it might be a month or so before the network provider variants of this ota fix are released if at all!

you can try to restore your back up but not sure if you would get the update because u have an unlocked bootloader and custom recovery (im guessing as u flashed a custom rom). There is a new version of Android Evolution out now as well, perhaps try the newest release and see if its better for signal? also mike1986 suggest a certain radio to flash with his rom its at the bottom of the downloads list on his Android Revolution rom thread on xda. Might be worth flashing that radio if you havent already.

EDIT: I think the ota bug fix is also available from Three UK and Vodafone, but i would not recommend installing it if you have rooted and installed a custom recovery!!!!! (Could Mess Up Your Device)

hope this helps.


thanks for the help - think I'm going to upgrade to the new version of ARHD - if I can just figure out how!

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