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    Exclamation So I deleted the Operating System of my AT&T HTC One

    Well, in what I'd call the stupidest thing I've ever done as a non tech-savy person, I decided to unlock the bootloader and root the device today to put the Google Edition ROM on my AT&T HTC One. I did the ladder to some success following a youtube walkthrough, and when I thought it was smart to remove the system files on the SD (or built-in) storage for a clean install, only to have removed root access, the files, and the whole OS in general. -___-
    I used the Clockwork Mod, which I thought gave me the ability of mounting over USB like it says, but never mounts the file storage for me so I can't put anything on it. Warranty will probably not cover this so please, if anyone can help me out here, that'd be awesome.
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    Default Re: So I deleted the Operating System of my AT&T HTC One

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Cano View Post
    Well, in what I'd call the stupidest thing I've ever done as a non tech-savy person, I decided to unlock the bootloader and root the device today to put the Google Edition ROM on my AT&T HTC One. I did the ladder to some success following a youtube walkthrough, and when I thought it was smart to remove the system files on the SD (or built-in) storage for a clean install, only to have removed root access, the files, and the whole OS in general. -___-
    I used the Clockwork Mod, which I thought gave me the ability of mounting over USB like it says, but never mounts the file storage for me so I can't put anything on it. Warranty will probably not cover this so please, if anyone can help me out here, that'd be awesome.
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    I can only point you in a better direction, as I do not own an HTC and have no idea what to suggest.
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    Default Re: So I deleted the Operating System of my AT&T HTC One

    That sucks. So you can't mount it? Do you have drivers installed? do you have access to the bootloader?

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    Default Re: So I deleted the Operating System of my AT&T HTC One

    Should have installed a custom recovery immediately after rooting. But we all make mistakes, no idea how to fix the issue though terribly sorry.

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    Default Re: So I deleted the Operating System of my AT&T HTC One

    If you still need help, You need to use adb to sideload a rom back onto your storage or if you have a OTG adapter than you can mount a usb device
    Go to this thread here....[HOW TO] ADB Sideload/Push if you Wipe Internal Storage And have no ROM to Flash - xda-developers
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    Default Re: So I deleted the Operating System of my AT&T HTC One

    Have you tried to RUU back to factory? Follow this link down the page and find the RUU for your phone , This will wipe the phone back to original , then install a custom recovery. I suggest TWRP and make a backup then back that up to the computer for future screw ups.
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    Default Re: So I deleted the Operating System of my AT&T HTC One

    Quote Originally Posted by leesumm View Post
    Have you tried to RUU back to factory? Follow this link down the page and find the RUU for your phone , This will wipe the phone back to original , then install a custom recovery. I suggest TWRP and make a backup then back that up to the computer for future screw ups.
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    Default Re: So I deleted the Operating System of my AT&T HTC One

    You could use something like AirDroid to transfer a ROM over to the device then reboot and install. I had the same problem, no USB-connection, when I use the stock ROM so I've done it that way. Takes a while to transfer but it works. Or you could install a FTP-server and just connect that way.

    Edit: Unless you don't have a ROM on it at all that is.
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    Default Re: So I deleted the Operating System of my AT&T HTC One

    i have access to bootloader. Sorry i also have the same problem. I tried everything
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    Got same issue but i dont have access to Bootloader, can some one help me here plz, the HTC One phone is getting stuck on HTC One logo when re-started and when i connect to PC, i cant find any android drivers on it, meanwhile this error pops up saying "Unfortunately, process com.android.phone stopped" and "htc dailer has stopped", could any one help me how can i reload all the android drivers to phone and get access to the Bootloader.

    Thanks
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    Default Re: So I deleted the Operating System of my AT&T HTC One

    Quote Originally Posted by Sanjay Singh7 View Post
    Got same issue but i dont have access to Bootloader, can some one help me here plz, the HTC One phone is getting stuck on HTC One logo when re-started and when i connect to PC, i cant find any android drivers on it, meanwhile this error pops up saying "Unfortunately, process com.android.phone stopped" and "htc dailer has stopped", could any one help me how can i reload all the android drivers to phone and get access to the Bootloader.

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    Why dont you have access to the bootloader?. Power the phone off, hold down the vol. down and power button dont let up and it will boot to the bootloader. And second you dont install the drivers to the phone, the drivers are installed on the PC

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