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Here's my research, although it hasn't helped me as of yet. http://forums.androidcentral.com/htc-evo-4g-lte-rooting-rom-s-hacks/254028-guide-how-return-stock-phone-you-think-you-bricked.html http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1964371 http://forums.androidcentral.com/htc-evo-3d-rooting-roms-hacks/266778-help-unable-flash-ruu.html
I recommend Super Backup : SMS & Contacts - you can back up your contacts (and other data), back them up AND email it to yourself. That way you have a safe copy you can then re-install easily. I have used it very successfully when changing phones, but it's a great app anyway.
Go to Call Settings and uncheck "Broadcast" (homescreen -> phone -> settings -> broadcast).
You can root without losing data by installing TWRP and installing SuperSU. If you want to flash CM you will then have to wipe all data to install that.
Too many questions btw but the answers are follows : Ans 1 : Yes your /sdcard0 will be encrypted. Ans 2 : No, if the /sdcard0 is encrypted you will not be able to access your storage in anyway. Ans 3 : Yes, you will be able to update your cm but it will not be updated in seconds, it will take several minutes. Ans 4 : Yes, all your previous data will be ...
It looks like you know how this works, but for anyone who may not, normally /data/misc/adb/adb_key contains the public keys of all the computers that have adb access to your device, which on your computer is located somewhere like ~/.android/adbkey.pub. If you did have root, you could just use su from the Terminal app, then create the file (say by copying ...
You can download the stock ROM for HTC rhyme and flash it. Done! This link seems to provide the 4.0.3 ROM to download and flash. You can also google to find other stock ROMs to download.
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