Htc 9060 4.4.2 Official ROM Flashing


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To Upgrade your HTC Butterfly s 9060 Dual Sim From 4.1.2 to Android 4.4.2 Follow These Steps.

Download 4.4.2 rom zip


Install adb drivers and turn off your Htc 9060

Press and hold volume down and power key at the same time.

Then select the fastboot mode.

now connect your mobile to pc and wait for drivers installation

unzipt adb.rar and place the rom file in to this folder (rename the rom file to

Right click on adb folder with shift key and select open command widow here.

now copy and past these commands in command window.

fastboot oem rebootRUU

then enter

phone will restart in ruu mode wait for it

then type this command and press inter

fastboot flash zip

Now wait for installation this may take time.

when you see the command window complete the installation the press inter

and type the command

fastboot reboot

you phone will restart in normal mode enjoy android kitkat 4.4.2 on your htc 9060.



  1. Can u try this… I also find this file on many sites
    But i cant update my phone.. When copy paste these commd my pc is not working i try this on many pcs
    Please tell me if u done successfully

  2. these are simple commands to update htc phones so there is no mistake in these commands. i post this article after trying my own htc 9060 phones i think if command are not working then there is problem in your pc drivers.

  3. C:\adb>adb fastboot devices
    Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.32

    -a – directs adb to listen on all interfaces for a connection
    -d – directs command to the only connected USB device
    returns an error if more than one USB device is present.
    -e – directs command to the only running emulator.
    returns an error if more than one emulator is running.
    -s – directs command to the device or emulator with the given
    serial number or qualifier. Overrides ANDROID_SERIAL
    environment variable.
    -p – simple product name like ‘sooner’, or
    a relative/absolute path to a product
    out directory like ‘out/target/product/sooner’.
    If -p is not specified, the ANDROID_PRODUCT_OUT
    environment variable is used, which must
    be an absolute path.
    -H – Name of adb server host (default: localhost)
    -P – Port of adb server (default: 5037)
    devices [-l] – list all connected devices
    (‘-l’ will also list device qualifiers)
    connect [:] – connect to a device via TCP/IP
    Port 5555 is used by default if no port number is specified.
    disconnect [[:]] – disconnect from a TCP/IP device.
    Port 5555 is used by default if no port number is specified.
    Using this command with no additional arguments
    will disconnect from all connected TCP/IP devices.

    device commands:
    adb push [-p]
    – copy file/dir to device
    (‘-p’ to display the transfer progress)
    adb pull [-p] [-a] []
    – copy file/dir from device
    (‘-p’ to display the transfer progress)
    (‘-a’ means copy timestamp and mode)
    adb sync [ ] – copy host->device only if changed
    (-l means list but don’t copy)
    (see ‘adb help all’)
    adb shell – run remote shell interactively
    adb shell – run remote shell command
    adb emu – run emulator console command
    adb logcat [ ] – View device log
    adb forward –list – list all forward socket connections.
    the format is a list of lines with the following format:
    ” ” ” ” “\n”
    adb forward – forward socket connections
    forward specs are one of:
    jdwp: (remote only)
    adb forward –no-rebind
    – same as ‘adb forward ‘ but fails
    if is already forwarded
    adb forward –remove – remove a specific forward socket connection
    adb forward –remove-all – remove all forward socket connections
    adb reverse –list – list all reverse socket connections from device
    adb reverse – reverse socket connections
    reverse specs are one of:
    adb reverse –norebind
    – same as ‘adb reverse ‘ but fails
    if is already reversed.
    adb reverse –remove
    – remove a specific reversed socket connection
    adb reverse –remove-all – remove all reversed socket connections from device
    adb jdwp – list PIDs of processes hosting a JDWP transport
    adb install [-lrtsd]
    adb install-multiple [-lrtsdp]
    – push this package file to the device and install it
    (-l: forward lock application)
    (-r: replace existing application)
    (-t: allow test packages)
    (-s: install application on sdcard)
    (-d: allow version code downgrade)
    (-p: partial application install)
    adb uninstall [-k] – remove this app package from the device
    (‘-k’ means keep the data and cache directories)
    adb bugreport – return all information from the device
    that should be included in a bug report.

    adb backup [-f ] [-apk|-noapk] [-obb|-noobb] [-shared|-noshared] [-all] [-system|-nosystem] []
    – write an archive of the device’s data to .
    If no -f option is supplied then the data is written
    to “backup.ab” in the current directory.
    (-apk|-noapk enable/disable backup of the .apks themselves
    in the archive; the default is noapk.)
    (-obb|-noobb enable/disable backup of any installed apk expansion
    (aka .obb) files associated with each application; the default
    is noobb.)
    (-shared|-noshared enable/disable backup of the device’s
    shared storage / SD card contents; the default is noshared.)
    (-all means to back up all installed applications)
    (-system|-nosystem toggles whether -all automatically includes
    system applications; the default is to include system apps)
    ( is the list of applications to be backed up. If
    the -all or -shared flags are passed, then the package
    list is optional. Applications explicitly given on the
    command line will be included even if -nosystem would
    ordinarily cause them to be omitted.)

    adb restore – restore device contents from the backup archive

    adb help – show this help message
    adb version – show version num

    adb wait-for-device – block until device is online
    adb start-server – ensure that there is a server running
    adb kill-server – kill the server if it is running
    adb get-state – prints: offline | bootloader | device
    adb get-serialno – prints:
    adb get-devpath – prints:
    adb status-window – continuously print device status for a specified device
    adb remount – remounts the /system and /vendor (if present) partitions on the device read-write
    adb reboot [bootloader|recovery] – reboots the device, optionally into the bootloader or recovery program
    adb reboot-bootloader – reboots the device into the bootloader
    adb root – restarts the adbd daemon with root permissions
    adb usb – restarts the adbd daemon listening on USB
    adb tcpip – restarts the adbd daemon listening on TCP on the specified port
    adb ppp [parameters] – Run PPP over USB.
    Note: you should not automatically start a PPP connection.
    refers to the tty for PPP stream. Eg. dev:/dev/omap_csmi_tty1
    [parameters] – Eg. defaultroute debug dump local notty usepeerdns

    adb sync notes: adb sync [ ]
    can be interpreted in several ways:

    – If is not specified, /system, /vendor (if present), and /data partitions will be updated.

    – If it is “system”, “vendor” or “data”, only the corresponding partition
    is updated.

    environmental variables:
    ADB_TRACE – Print debug information. A comma separated list of the following values
    1 or all, adb, sockets, packets, rwx, usb, sync, sysdeps, transport, jdwp
    ANDROID_SERIAL – The serial number to connect to. -s takes priority over this if given.
    ANDROID_LOG_TAGS – When used with the logcat option, only these debug tags are printed.

    its my bootloader information
    all same as yours information
    only hboot is different 2.35

    i tried flash ruu using your commd .its show failed too many links
    please provide
    backup of your phone with your custom recovery
    thats only method

    you are my last hope..plzz

    and provide me your email id..


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