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I've rooted and flashed my HTC One V to Paranoid Android, but I think it's developing a hardware problem (dead pixels on the screen and unmanageable lag).

I want to take it back to the store to get it repaired, but pretty sure they won't if it's rooted and flashed.

I found this guide but the links to the RUU versions isn't working. Other than what that blog post says I'm clueless about the process. As far as I know I need to revert back to the original bootloader and then install the original ROM that came with my phone?

Does anybody have a link to the stock ROM that I need to use? My phone is a HTC One V on the 3 network (UK) and I got it in October. I'm also not sure if my phone is CDMA or GSM (from memory I think it's GSM).

Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks!

Edit: just found out my CID is HTC__001

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HTC askd to remove stock roms this week from htcruu.com and also make sure you reset your binary count as HTC may check for it to see if any custom ROM's were flashed or not. –  Deadlock Jan 26 '13 at 16:17
    
Yeah I just found that out, I found a download link and already tried RUU_ENDEAVOR_U_ICS_40_S_HTC_Europe_2.17.401.2_Radio_2.1204.135.20_release_27490‌​0_signed but it said it's the wrong version. –  Chris Jan 26 '13 at 16:46
    
Ask for stock ROM on xda forums maybe someone can provide.. –  Deadlock Jan 26 '13 at 16:48
    
You might want to take a look at Where can I find stock or custom ROMs for my Android device? –  Izzy Feb 12 '13 at 0:11
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