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Can you make a video on this ....
To go back to full stick rom, Is this steps works :
1. Download full Rom.
2. Flash it in twrp.
3. Flash stick recovery using fastboot.
This is my first oneplus device, so have no experience at all here.
Where are we typing fastboot devices? Are we supposed to be doing that on the phone or in a program?
I installed ResurrectionRemix and would like to go back I think (so I can use dash charge) - so would your instructions above work?
Yeah, but where? lol you didn't specify thats why I'm confused brotheer
And if I do everything as above in your list, it'll be as if I've just unboxed the phone?
I just didn't know what terminal app is. But if you'd said command prompt, I would, lol.
So basically I'd go into the folder those files you said to download, open a command prompt from that folder with those files in and go from there with instructions.
Do I not need to remove the Custom ROM I've installed first? or anything like that thats the part I'm concerned about.
My phone is stuck on you are in sideload mode, when i type adb sideload ota.zip it says starting on port 5037 started successfully and then device not found :/
Sorted it, had to keep unplugging phone and re-plugging in, drivers kept failing, weird as how it detected it before, and thenn when it got to thatr part didn't.
Thanks for the help mate. Hopefully this worked now.
It all worked out fine. Now I can get back to setting my phone up. Stock feels more professional and polished, as much as I liked the other ROM i did it mainly to seee if it improved battery and tbh, it didn't.
Yes i did read your first post completely and fortunately i know all step what you said.
As i said before, in oneplus device i dont have any experience at all, but in other device and other Rom i usually using steps like i mentioned.
Emmmm... It seems i was wrong to understand your thread title. Steps that i mentioned are not completely back to stock (because it Will still unlocked bootloader) but only completely unroot.
Sorry for my mistaken.
Can the originator of this thread please elaborate on point 4.
I don't quite understand what it means.
Introducing the new Tutorials section
by dsmonteiro, 2019-05-27