Saturday, November 26, 2016

How to Install Nougat ROM — Viper10 4.0.0 (Firmware: 2.28.401.6) on HTC 10

Add to Flipboard Magazine. November 26, 2016 by Android Custom ROM Fix™.

Folks over at Team Venom seems to have already gotten hold of a Nougat based firmware version 2.28.401.6 for HTC 10, and they have even released a custom ROM based on it with the Viper10 4.0.0 release.

The Viper10 4.0.0 for HTC 10 comes is the first custom ROM for the device to run on top of the Nougat base. However, there issues and complications with TWRP recovery and the new Nougat firmware. If you install the Nougat firmware, you’ll not have TWRP recovery for a few days/weeks until someone knowledgeable fixes it up.

However, you don’t have to necessarily flash/install the Nougat firmware 2.28.401.6 to get Viper10 4.0.0 working. The latest update to the ROM works even if you flash it on a Marshmallow firmware base on your HTC 10.

÷ Viper10 4.0.0 Features:

•Rebased on 2.28.401.6 Android Nougat firmware base
•Magisk support
•Rooted with phh superuser
•Some additions to customize the new quick settings on Nougat.

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 ÷ Prerequisites:

This Tutorial Is only for HTC 10.


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* Important:

Backup important files stored on your device before proceeding with the steps below, so that in case something goes wrong you’ll have backup of all your important files.

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÷ How to Install Nougat ROM — Viper10 4.0.0 (Firmware: 2.28.401.6) on HTC 10

1- Download and transfer the Viper10 4.0.0 Nougat based ROM file you downloaded  to your HTC 10.

2- Boot device into TWRP recovery.

3- Install/flash the Viper10 4.0.0 rom zip file. It’ll follow up with Aroma installer to guide you through the rest of installation.

4- Once the ROM is installed you can reboot your phone, set it up and start using the Viper10 4.0.0 Nougat beta ROM on the old Marshmallow firmware.

└ Note: Fingerprint scanner and home button will be broken unless you install the new Nougat 2.28.401.6 firmware.

5- We’ll now flash the Nougat 2.28.401.6 firmware for HTC 10.

6- Download the HTC Nougat 10 2.28.401.6 firmware and save the zip file to separate folder on your PC.

7- Rename the firmware zip file to for your convenience.

8- Setup ADB and Fastboot on your PC.
Enable Developer options and USB debugging on your phone.

9- Connect your HTC 10 to the PC.

10- Open a command window inside the folder where you saved firmware file in Step 6 above. To do that, “Shift + Right click” on any empty white space inside the folder and then select “Open command window here” from the context menu.

11- Now issue the following command to boot your HTC 10 into download mode:

adb reboot download

12- Once your phone is in download mode, issue the following command to install Nougat firmware:

fastboot flash zip

└ If you didn’t rename the zip file to file (as instructed in Step 7 above), then replace the file name with actual file name of the firmware zip in the command above.

13- Once firmware is installed successfully, press Power button to return to Download mode screen.

14- Reboot by issuing the following command:

fastboot reboot.

That's it.

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