Android version: 4.4.3 HTC Sense version: 6.0 software number: 2.23.661.2 HTC SDK API level: 6.25 kernel version: 3.4.0-g52343b3 and @ABM105 #1 SMP PREEMPT build version: 2.23.661.2.CL3568029 release-keys
Previously I was locked in a loop where only
TWRP was available. The developer option is certainly enabled. At the moment, not sure how to get back to the
How do I accomplish a fresh install of a new version of
TWRP? I was going to connect it with Linux.
How can I uninstall or remove TWRP from my device?
For the vast majority of devices, you don't actually remove TWRP to get back to the stock recovery. Installing a different recovery is your only real option. Simply install whatever recovery that you want and that will overwrite or replace TWRP. Usually you can follow the instructions on our website for installing TWRP manually, only use the file for whatever recovery you are choosing to install instead of the TWRP file.
Note, we don't keep or maintain a database of stock recoveries. If you are trying to reinstall the stock recovery, you will have to find a copy of the stock recovery on your own.
although I'm not entirely clear on what they mean by "another recovery", but, how do I actually install from Linux?
basically, so long as I get the correct image it's quite simple? Since it was already installed I don't need to muck with locked boot loaders??