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On custom recoveries (CWM, TWRP) you normally are able to use adb. With that you can delete the corrupted bootanimation and replace it with your original one. Mount your /system partition using "Mount->System" on TWRP or "Mounts and Storage->mount /system" on CWM Plug your phone onto the computer Remove your corrupt bootanimation: adb shell "rm ...


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Download the zip to your computer, boot up the phone in normal mode (just press the Power on button when turned off - no bootloader, fastboot or anything like that) and connect it to the computer via USB. The phone memory that opens up on your computer is where you should put it. It really doesn't matter the exact location, as long you can access it later in ...


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Found the answer. The image file goes on the SD card, and then execute the following commands in Terminal Emulator: su flash_image recovery /sdcard/<filename>


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Found this on XDA: You can solve Safestrap installation issues by downloading the Selinux Mode Changer app from the Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mrbimc.selinux&hl=en. Install the app and set selinux to permissive. Done! Please thank @Maribou for this great find! Source: ...


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It sounds like the bootloader on your tablet is still locked. By default, most Android tablets will only boot and run stock recovery images and ROMs, for security. It verifies that the ROM is signed by the original manufacturer (or the carrier, for carrier-branded devices). You need to unlock the bootloader to let it know you want to run an unofficial image. ...


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Ability to restore deleted entries really varies from each calendar. Assuming you made your entries to Google Calendar and didn't sync it to the cloud, then no it's not possible to restore it.


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See here for a list of sites which may contain custom ROMs and recoveries for your device.


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I don't know if this is the reason for you, but I've seen the symptoms you describe caused by USB problems. There are two particular possible problems: The cable is loose, probably at the device end. Then wiggling it slightly can cause a brief disconnection. You wouldn't normally notice this, because it only lasts for a second, but it'll terminate an adb ...


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That's normal. The HTC stock recovery behaves like that. It is different from a custom recovery, you can't do anything with it. The stock recovery does only install the OTAs you receive officially. No need to worry about it.


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Official OTA's from HTC could only be installed if you posses the stock recovery. You can download the right one for you from XDA here. When you have downloaded it you can just flash it by typing this (with your phone connected in fastboot mode): fastboot flash recovery path/to/recovery.img Disclaimer: Probably the update won't work if you have a custom ...


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Manufacturer OTAs can only be flashed using the recovery that came with your device, which is (more often than not) 3e recovery. I would recommend that you find a stock recovery.img, fastboot flash recovery recovery.img, then apply the OTA.



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