I have bricked my HTC 626. I was trying to root my phone.

I installed a recovery. As you can understand that I flashed recovery after unlocking bootloader. But I have s-on on phone. I then got some file on Google searching it for ways of recovery, super su, and boot.img.

I tried to open the phone in recovery mode but recovery wasn't working.
Then I thought flashing boot.img will work so I flashed it.
On the tutorial I found on the net there was a command for erasing the cache. Now it is not booting up. I tried to switch s-off. Didn't work.

Recovery did not work. I can only go through fastboot mode. ADB commands are working. I found some details that ruu.exe could help. But it is more complicated that I couldn't find proper ruu.

I did download HTCdev source file.

Here is getvar all details version: 0.5

version-baseband: 1.0.U20402.1@50313
version-cpld: None
version-microp: None
version-main: 1.10.709.2
version-misc: PVT SHIP S-ON
imei2: Not Support
meid: 00000000000000
product: a32_ul
platform: hTCBmsm8916
modelid: 0PKX21000
cidnum: HTC__621
battery-status: good
battery-voltage: 0mV
partition-layout: Generic
security: on
build-mode: SHIP
boot-mode: FASTBOOT
hbootpreupdate: 11
gencheckpt: 0
mfg-name: 1001 

What should I do to unbrick the phone?


If you have access to bootloader (fastboot), do the following:

  1. Unlock the bootloader
    General command:fastboot oem unlock (Not sure for your phone)

  2. Flash a custom recovery: CWM
    Use the command: fastboot flash recovery *recovery_name*.img

  3. Download and Flash this stock ROM from CWM: CWM Backup

(Source: https://www.facebook.com/htc626gplusdev)

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