I started with a HTC ONE m7 with HD Revolution 12 and Android 4.2.2.

Downloaded and installed Android_Revolution_HD-One_71.1.zip. Install seems to go fine. After installation it asks me to fix permissions. Also wiped from TWRP before installation.

After installing and rebooting I can only get to TWRP v2.5.0.0 or the bootloader mode that shows:

TAMPERED UNLOCKED HBOOT-1.44.0000 RADIO-4A.14.3250.15 OPEN DSP-v26.120.274.0202 eMMC-BOOT May 3 2013, 20:01:28-1

FASTBOOT USB: Bootloader Reboot Reboot Bootloader Power Down

or HBOOT: Fastboot Recovery Factory Reset Simlock Image CRC Show Barcode

What now? Everything I try takes me to either the Recovery Screen or the TWRP. :?

  • Try updating TWRP to Jul 13, 2014 at 20:25
  • My PC's not seeing the phone as a drive so there's no way for me drop installation files on it? Jul 13, 2014 at 20:39
  • Have you tried mounting as a storage device from within recovery? Jul 13, 2014 at 20:43
  • Just tried the mounting options under TWRP---Cache (x -checked) and Data (x-checked) and System and USB-OTG (Both unchecked). Still not seeing anything on the PC Jul 13, 2014 at 21:06
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    Thanks for the tip Jonny Wright. I was able to instal 2.6.33 thanks to this youtube vid:youtube.com/watch?v=9HWj_1KHbuY. Reinstalled and booted up normally. Now in setup up redoing apps and email. Thanks!! Jul 14, 2014 at 4:31

2 Answers 2


Summing up the solution from the comments, as neither OP nor the "solution provider" posted an answer:

Per Johnny Wrights recommendation I was trying to update TWRP to

  • Plug in the phone to the PC via USB and make sure the phone is in FASTBOOT USB mode from the bootloader menu.
  • On the PC, I installed "Minimal ADB and Fastboot". Running that from the command line (cmd.exe) you type fastboot flash recovery then drag the file. (watch the youtube video – it will make more sense). I my case it was the 2.6.3 TWRP .img file. That pushes the update to the phone.
  • I already had the HD 71.1 zip on the phone. I installed that via the TWRP install and from there it booted up normally.

In my case, removing TWRP and reinstalling it solved the issue:

  1. install stock recovery to replace the installed TWRP
  2. install TWRP again so it replaces the stock recovery

After that, my device booted up normally.

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