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  Reply # 1289864 23-Apr-2015 01:05
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samohtxotom:
kiwiandy:
samohtxotom: Can anyone post their build number and software number for the stock NZ HTC M8? Trying to convert back to stock for Dev edition so I can get Semble running but can't find a ROM/Nandroid backup for it :( Thanks in advance!


TWRP Nandroid backup of HTC__039 build 3.32.710.9 is here :

 

 

https://mega.co.nz/#!Tk0iHLTb!iXYnE9bYIwdBKrCrQ7XiHkZMgmDpTsp_EHtj3Otxexk

Stock recovery here:

 

 

http://sourceforge.net/projects/htconem8/files/Recovery/3.32.710.9_recovery.img/download

 

 


I assume your are S-off?.. you will need to change your CID to HTC__039

Would be interested to hear how you get on.. please PM with the results if it works or not?

 

 



Success! Pretty much done what this guide says and all worked smoothly http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-one-m8/help/tutorial-how-to-stock-stock-twrp-t3086860/post60218734#post60218734 :D Thanks heaps for that, it was an issue I was stuck on for months!


Hi, could you give me you correct MID (modelid) value? You can get it with a fastboot getvar all from the fastboot boot menu (via the command line fastboot app on the pc...)

I think mine was originally 11000, but wish to be sure. 

Thanks.

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  Reply # 1289885 23-Apr-2015 06:44
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Brendan:
samohtxotom:
kiwiandy:
samohtxotom: Can anyone post their build number and software number for the stock NZ HTC M8? Trying to convert back to stock for Dev edition so I can get Semble running but can't find a ROM/Nandroid backup for it :( Thanks in advance!


TWRP Nandroid backup of HTC__039 build 3.32.710.9 is here :

 

 

https://mega.co.nz/#!Tk0iHLTb!iXYnE9bYIwdBKrCrQ7XiHkZMgmDpTsp_EHtj3Otxexk

Stock recovery here:

 

 

http://sourceforge.net/projects/htconem8/files/Recovery/3.32.710.9_recovery.img/download

 

 


I assume your are S-off?.. you will need to change your CID to HTC__039

Would be interested to hear how you get on.. please PM with the results if it works or not?

 

 



Success! Pretty much done what this guide says and all worked smoothly http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-one-m8/help/tutorial-how-to-stock-stock-twrp-t3086860/post60218734#post60218734 :D Thanks heaps for that, it was an issue I was stuck on for months!


Hi, could you give me you correct MID (modelid) value? You can get it with a fastboot getvar all from the fastboot boot menu (via the command line fastboot app on the pc...)

I think mine was originally 11000, but wish to be sure. 

Thanks.

Yes the MID is 1100
But you should still get the OTA notification even if you dont have the correct MID, it will download but then abort the installation stating that your device has been modified.

Using the above FW I have received and installed the 5.01 update, but it has broken my Semble :(


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1289886 23-Apr-2015 06:48
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coffeebaron: I'm still waiting :( 



Me too :(

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  Reply # 1290124 23-Apr-2015 12:57
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kiwiandy:
Brendan:
samohtxotom:
kiwiandy:
samohtxotom: Can anyone post their build number and software number for the stock NZ HTC M8? Trying to convert back to stock for Dev edition so I can get Semble running but can't find a ROM/Nandroid backup for it :( Thanks in advance!


TWRP Nandroid backup of HTC__039 build 3.32.710.9 is here :

 

 

https://mega.co.nz/#!Tk0iHLTb!iXYnE9bYIwdBKrCrQ7XiHkZMgmDpTsp_EHtj3Otxexk

Stock recovery here:

 

 

http://sourceforge.net/projects/htconem8/files/Recovery/3.32.710.9_recovery.img/download

 

 


I assume your are S-off?.. you will need to change your CID to HTC__039

Would be interested to hear how you get on.. please PM with the results if it works or not?

 

 



Success! Pretty much done what this guide says and all worked smoothly http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-one-m8/help/tutorial-how-to-stock-stock-twrp-t3086860/post60218734#post60218734 :D Thanks heaps for that, it was an issue I was stuck on for months!


Hi, could you give me you correct MID (modelid) value? You can get it with a fastboot getvar all from the fastboot boot menu (via the command line fastboot app on the pc...)

I think mine was originally 11000, but wish to be sure. 

Thanks.

Yes the MID is 1100
But you should still get the OTA notification even if you dont have the correct MID, it will download but then abort the installation stating that your device has been modified.

Using the above FW I have received and installed the 5.01 update, but it has broken my Semble :(



Thanks for the help!

But could you give me the complete line for that mid? You have 1100, I think it was 11000? Starts with P or something unless I'm wrong? Sorry to be a pain... Just dont want to brick my phone lol.


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  Reply # 1290347 23-Apr-2015 18:56
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Sorry typo, and assumed that you already knew the starting code...
 
as below:
NFOversion-bootloader: 3.19.0.0000
INFOversion-baseband: 1.26.21331147A1.16G
INFOversion-cpld: None
INFOversion-microp: None
INFOversion-main: 4.20.710.5
INFOversion-misc: PVT SHIP S-OFF
INFOserialno: FA43TWM02959
INFOimei: 
INFOimei2: Not Support
INFOmeid: 00000000000000
INFOproduct: m8_ul_ca
INFOplatform: hTCBmsm8974
INFOmodelid: 0P6B11000
INFOcidnum: HTC__039


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  Reply # 1290425 23-Apr-2015 21:51
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kiwiandy: Sorry typo, and assumed that you already knew the starting code...
 
as below:
NFOversion-bootloader: 3.19.0.0000
INFOversion-baseband: 1.26.21331147A1.16G
INFOversion-cpld: None
INFOversion-microp: None
INFOversion-main: 4.20.710.5
INFOversion-misc: PVT SHIP S-OFF
INFOserialno: FA43TWM02959
INFOimei: 
INFOimei2: Not Support
INFOmeid: 00000000000000
INFOproduct: m8_ul_ca
INFOplatform: hTCBmsm8974
INFOmodelid: 0P6B11000
INFOcidnum: HTC__039



Thanks. Can't be too careful when flashing your device though. 

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  Reply # 1314835 30-May-2015 20:32
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Has anyone got a SD card reader to work with the HTC M8? Normal USB Drives work fine through an OTG cable, but it cant read a SD card through a reader pluged into the cable or through an OTG reader. Works fine on other phones though, S3,S4 and S5.

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  Reply # 1314868 30-May-2015 21:38
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Haven't tried with an card reader, but flash drives with Microsoft usb plugs work fine.





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  Reply # 1330779 24-Jun-2015 15:47
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So, I just received an email from "news@email-htc.com" announcing the HTC One M8 is now available, and inviting me to "Be the First".  Especially interesting that the email says it comes with "Android Lillipop and HTC Sense 6 software".  By my calculations, the M8 was released in March 2014, whereas Lollipop was announced in June 2014 and not available in general release until November 2014.  Also, Sense 6 was based on KitKat whereas I'd expect Sense 7 on a Lollipop phone.  I'm not sure whether I'm getting an old phone with current software, or an old email for a current phone whose software was ahead of its time.

Either way, I'm not clicking on the "I WANT ONE" button.

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  Reply # 1330847 24-Jun-2015 16:59
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Ah yes, just noticed that.

So, slightly fatter, better camera, better battery, processor is probably not as high level as the M8 but is 32 bit octacore, and cheaper. I suppose for people like me still on the M7 it might be tempting.

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  Reply # 1465760 8-Jan-2016 11:48
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Woke up to the Marshmallow update today, wasn't even expecting it.   Seems to running smoothly, maybe slightly smoother than before.

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  Reply # 1468332 12-Jan-2016 11:22
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Did you get marshmallow already on m8? Which network you with I'm with Vodafone. Anyone with Vodafone updated yet?

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  Reply # 1468359 12-Jan-2016 12:13
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sedd900: Did you get marshmallow already on m8? Which network you with I'm with Vodafone. Anyone with Vodafone updated yet?

Yup on my M8 on 2degrees.



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  Reply # 1468430 12-Jan-2016 13:37
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throbb:
sedd900: Did you get marshmallow already on m8? Which network you with I'm with Vodafone. Anyone with Vodafone updated yet?

Yup on my M8 on 2degrees.




It was Spark last week. Nothing I don't like about Android 6 yet, but then haven't really played with it much.

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