1. theman97's Avatar
    Well i have the Sprint Evo 3d. i rooted using htc unlock method (regretting it). i now have an unlocked bootloader s-on hboot 1.5. it was fine until i was ready to flash the meanrom ics. i was so excited i didnt back up my current rom, big mistake..... so it loads installs then bootloops, turns off right when its done booting up. so i look for a stock rom to unroot this or a rom that will actually work on it when flashing with twrp. somebody give me something please!
    07-18-2012 05:46 PM
  2. piizzadude's Avatar
    07-18-2012 05:49 PM
  3. theman97's Avatar
    thankyou. but this is my last option. do yu know of a rooted rom that will work when flashed?
    07-18-2012 06:02 PM
  4. Juanito216's Avatar
    I recommend going further and gaining s-off, therefore you may have even less problems with running custom roms. And if you stay s-on, its probably best to use the 4ext recovery, I think it has a "smartflash" feature for s-on 3Ds. Overall though you probably just use s-off, you can try the wire trick method(I used the same method).

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    07-20-2012 01:35 PM
  5. RaAkhenaton_AC's Avatar
    I recommend going further and gaining s-off, therefore you may have even less problems with running custom roms. And if you stay s-on, its probably best to use the 4ext recovery, I think it has a "smartflash" feature for s-on 3Ds. Overall though you probably just use s-off, you can try the wire trick method(I used the same method).

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    I agree. I avoided S-OFF because I didn't want to risk bricking my phone, but the availability of advice, tools and tutorials on this and other forums made it a moot point. The benefits greatly outweigh any risks. There are some great ROMs in the Android world, and S-ON can potentially keep you from enjoying them.

    Look around for Juoponat's (sp?) S-Bear hack. It took me a little while to get the timing right, but it worked really well for me. Go S-OFF, and enjoy your EVO 3D much more than you do now.

    Also, perform Nandroid backups or purchase Titanium Backup. Backups come in handy for quickly reinstalling apps between ROM flashes (believe me, you'll do lots of them just out of sheer curiousity). Enjoy, and I hope all works out well for you.

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    07-20-2012 08:15 PM
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