CM10.1 ROM for HTC Evo 4G LTE! [Android 4.2.1]

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CM10.1 ROM is HERE for your HTC Evo 4G LTE, bringing you all the goodness of Android 4.2.1 including performance and lockscreen widgets that are buttery smooth.

This is still a beta release so there are some bugs like camera only recording in 720P HD and HDMI output not working but overall, majority of the ROM works flawless out of the box and surely you can experience the latest Android 4.2.1 on your Evo 4G LTE.

So, what are you waiting for, if you’ve been waiting for Android 4.2.1, install this ROM and let me know what you think of the future!

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To install, reboot into recovery, wipe data/factory reset, install ROM, install Gapps, then reboot!

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59 Responses to CM10.1 ROM for HTC Evo 4G LTE! [Android 4.2.1]

  1. hugo says:

    I have a question, will 1080p recording work??

  2. James Rome says:

    I am confused about which root methods work for the latest 3.15.651.16 software. None of the videos and tutorials state which things work for what versions.
    And where can I get the HTC 3.15.651.16, just in case I need to go back to it?

    • Faraz says:

      I think the old way should still work — fastboot your phone then type “fastboot oem lock” then, you’ll need to download the RUU of the latest JB release and run it the executable on your computer with your phone connected.

    • PKB says:

      you should always have a copy of your RUU handy just in case something goes wrong. i learned the hard way and bricked my phone. the only way to recover was to reload the stock RUU and my phone was restored to the way it was.

  3. Kent Berry says:

    Anybody know where to get boot.img/kernels for the evo lte? I somehow screwed my phone up so that, at first cm10 was the only rom I could boot. Then, I got a kernel, in the form of a boot.img file, that allowed me to use MeanBean and the Sprint’s stock rooted jelly bean, but if I flash a rom w/o Sense, it get’s stuck in bootloop. I tried flashing CM10 (not CM10.1), and AOKP, and both failed. BTW, I’m unlocked bootloader, S-ON, with TWRP.

    • matt says:

      You have to flash the boot.img (kernel) in fast boot and then install the rom in recovery after you flash the kernel.

      • Kent says:

        Hi Matt,

        Prior to screwing up my phone, I could jump back and forth from rom to rom, using only twrp. It didn’t matter whether it was sense or senseless, or whether it was jb or ics. Now, I have to use adb/fastboot if I want to change from sense to senseless. (Not sure about jb/ics, now that I think about it.)

        Since finally being able to load sense-based roms, and a rooted stock rom, I’m going to try RUU. I downloaded sdk at home last night, and adb saw my device while on, but not while in fastboot. I’m about to try again on my work computer.

      • Kent says:

        Matt,

        By the way, to clarify, yes, I’m aware that I have to use fastboot. The problem is that I need kernels to flash. I have a sense-based kernel, so I can only flash sense-based roms. In other words, I can’t flash cm10 anymore. I’m wondering where I can go to get various kernels. I’ve searched xda, but there’s a bazillion threads to sift through. I’m sure it’s there; just haven’t found it yet.

        Thanks

        • Mitch says:

          The boot.img exists inside any rom that you download. Whenever flashing a new rom first simply unzip the rom using your preferred file explorer and then flash the “boot.img” file you will find inside using “flash image gui”, or if you prefer in fastboot. After using “flash image gui” it will give you the option to boot into recovery where you can flash your new rom.

          You can get flash image gui in the play store for .99 cents, or there are also free apk downloads out there if you want to search. It really makes it super easy to flash the kernel before changing/upgrading roms.

          Hope that helps!

        • Savio Dantes says:

          Kent I wrote a pretty good walk through which I posted in pieces for another person a little further below, but feel free to use as this should pretty much solve your issue!
          (easy kernel find and swap + correct installation of the ROM)

          – Savio

  4. Andrew says:

    Is the camera any good? Will it ever be as good as the sense camera?

  5. Andrew says:

    I flashed this rom and had problems with “No external Storage” issue. I didn’t see any fixes, so I eventually mounted external through recovery, copied off files, then I had to fastboot flash the twrp 2.4 recovery so that I could actually wipe internal AND external storage. Reflashed rom…and it works. However, cm10.1 still has too many issues for me…even though it’s really fast and I want to switch to it. Gotta go back to MeanBean.

  6. Jesus R. says:

    Terrible… Some apps don’t work properly and the camera doesn’t take pics .. I have to reboot.. And sometimes it still doesn’t.. Jelly bam is better! Don’t reccomend it !! Going back to meanrom!

  7. Eric says:

    SOS… Help! Help!…

    I flashed cm10.1 it was working ok then it started freezing up and crashing. So then I decided to switch back to meanROM v6.5 I used superwipe as I always do w/no problem but then as the rom started installing it rebooted and said no OS Installed so I started all over again but again it rebooted just as the rom started to install then again it said no OS Installed. Need assistance pls….

    HTC EVO 4G LTE
    ROOTED/UNLOCKED
    Jewel PVT SHIP S-ON RL
    HBOOT-1.12.0000
    RADIO-1.12.11.0809
    OpenDSP-v25.1.0.32.0405
    eMMC-boot

    TWRP v2.4.1.0

    • Savio Dantes says:

      Follow these instructions and you should be able to Upgrade to your new ROM in mere minutes:

      First *** Back-up all user apps (white labels), messages, WIFI, Bluetooth, etc data (Usually Green or Yellow Labels) with Titanium Back-up

      Second, once you’ve downloaded your ROM to your Downloads folder on your SD card (internal only) install and run Flash Image GUI. From there you must find the ROM, let the program parse the data and search the file for the Kernel, then hit the Flash button on the bottom.

      Next Reboot your phone into recovery (TWRP), once there find and following files and add to zip in this exact order:

      1.) smw6180_superwipe.zip
      2.) Your downloaded Rom (CM10.1 ROM)
      3.) gapps-jb-20121212-signed.zip

      Once complete, just hit reboot and, skip past the Google account confirmations, install Titanium-Back-up.apk and restore your apps, then enjoy your new Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean ROM.
      This same process will work when converting back to a different Android 4.1 ROM .

      Notes:
      * To get to “Developer options in CM10.1 ROM (needed for Titanium Backup), go to settings menu, the dev options aren’t available the click “about phone” > scroll to the bottom and click “Build Number about 7 times” until you see a notification appear

      • Eric says:

        I’ll try that way to the letter… wish me lock!

        Thank You!

        • Eric says:

          Didn’t work… as the rom started installing midway it rebooted to the the bootloader and it said the same thing no OS Installed and I even downloaded meanROM 5.6 from there XDA link.

          • Savio Dantes says:

            Okay, you’ll need to re-install CM10.1, as it is the only ROM that will work on your phone.

            Then you’ll need to perfrom the following:
            – Flash the Kernel from the Mean ROM,
            – Reboot into recovery
            – Run Super Wipe
            ( or Factory Reset, ROM, and Wipe Dalvik Cache),
            – Install Mean ROM and Correct GAPPS

            Reboot Phone.

            Let me know if this works for you

            • Eric says:

              So that didn’t work… But I did get it to work another way I flashed back to TRWP v2.2.2 and that did the trick. Everything is running smooth as of right now. Thank you for all your help.

              • Savio says:

                That’s a bit odd, seeing as that’s just mod to the bootloader and recovery installation. That shouldn’t have affected the ROM, unless the ROM install itself was being affected by how the recovery was installing it…

                Hmmm… either way, congrats, and at least you’re not Bricked 🙂

  8. Savio Dantes says:

    You’re welcome!
    Good luck and let me know how it turns out!

  9. sean k says:

    Does mms work like picture messaging?

    • Savio says:

      Most AOSP ROMS (This is the ROM Base), tend to have bug with the MMS, Camera, WiFi, and/or WiMax upon Beta release.

      Overall I think it’s a pretty decent ROM, MMS is theonly issue I’ve had to far, but I don’t tend to send a lot of pics via phone anyway, and if it’s necessary, just send to and email instead.

      If you’re a person that upgrades/swaps your ROM’s a lot, I’d wait around for the nightlies for this one.

  10. jj1981 says:

    Max please update roms if any are available

  11. Christian Fleming says:

    Yesterday I rooted my htc evo lte Im completely new to this and everything was seem fine. Then I decided to download CM10.1 Rom but I forgot to back my phone. I also forgot to download the GAPPS for the ROM but continue procceded installing and rebooting the phone but it got stuck in HTC Blank screen. I went back to recovery and ended up wiping the whole system (thinking it was the solution)now Im stuck and I cant get it to start everytime I reboot the phone. I tried taking the sd card out the phone and download again the CM10.1 rom and gapps and install it on recovery but I still get stuck in the htc black screen. Is it because I didnt back it up? Please Help Me!?

    • Savio Dantes says:

      I’m going to assume you forgot to flash the Kernel (boot.img), located with the ROM file itself.

      There’s a few things that you’ll need to do first in order to get this to work:
      – Download and Android SDK (if you haven’t already)
      – Create a folder called “Android” using this file path ” C:\Android”
      – Download and install HTC Sync

      – Once you’ve done this connect your phone to your PC and go into Bootloader>Fastboot
      – When connected fastboot should say “FASTBOOTUSB”
      – From here the drivers should install themselves to windows, after which you need to find the “platform-tools” folder in this path “C:\Android\adt-bundle-windows-x86_64\sdk”
      – While holding “Shift”, right-click on this folder and select “Open command window here”, a command prompt (CMD) window should appear.
      – Take the “boot.img” file from the ROM you want to install and copy it into “C:\Android\adt-bundle-windows-x86_64\sdk\platform-tools”
      – In the Command Prompt Window type: fastboot flash boot boot.img

      – After that reboot into recovery.
      – Wipe and reinstall ROM, clear caches . Reboot Phone

  12. Tony says:

    OK, hate to ask the noob questions, and i have read all above, but i want to be clear in my mind and thought process. So I am 3.16 RUU, s-on, hboot 2.09, twrp 4.2.1, rooted, have done a twrp backup and titanium full back up. As best as i can tell and from what i have read..I have downloaded cm10.1 and the gapps, they are saved to the goomanager folder on the phone, so if i want to flash this and make it work, this is how i believe i should do it (asking because i never could get files to flash before but i had the 3.15 RUU to save my phone if all else failed, but now there is no 3.16 RUU to save me):

    1. go into the command prompt on computer and flash the boot.img from the cm10.1 zip file, then;
    2. boot right into recovery and flash the cm10.1 zip file using twrp flash option
    Then all should work??? Last time i tried in 3.15 always ended up at the flashing boot loop!
    As well, i clicked on fash gui image and i clicked on the cm10.1 zip file and it said it was to big to be a kernel and if i hit yes i was verifying that the kernel was in the file..didnt hit yes, didnt want to screw it up…

    Thanks for the help!

    • Tony says:

      OK, after reading, i think i said it wrong, but here is my question now:

      Following Savio’s way: I havent done it yet, but i looked and cant find the 6180 wipe zip file, will that show up after i flash the kernel in Flash Image GUI? The only two files i have are the cm10.1 zip and the gapps zip.

      Thanks

      Second, once you’ve downloaded your ROM to your Downloads folder on your SD card (internal only) install and run Flash Image GUI. From there you must find the ROM, let the program parse the data and search the file for the Kernel, then hit the Flash button on the bottom.

      Next Reboot your phone into recovery (TWRP), once there find and following files and add to zip in this exact order:

      1.) smw6180_superwipe.zip
      2.) Your downloaded Rom (CM10.1 ROM)
      3.) gapps-jb-20121212-signed.zip

  13. Dwight says:

    I just rooted my 4g LTE with TWARP Recovery but when I try to flash a Rom once I reboot my phone reboots to the HTC screen but that’s it. I’ve tried clearing cache and delvik cache and re-flashing the Rom’s but the same results the HTC screen without the red developer writing at the bottom. When I had my regular 4G phone I flashed Rom’s all the time. Does anyone have any suggestions. No reason to be rooted if I can’t flash Roms.

    • Savio Dantes says:

      At the top of the boot loader, does it say S-On? If so, you’ll need to use the ADB method I mentioned earlier to swap kernels prior to any ROM flash.
      (Yes, you can be rooted S-ON)

  14. Mitch says:

    I have installed this ROM and has been working for a while. I just installed the new EXPERIMENTAL Cm10 update. It installed, and now it is stuck on the HTC Simply Brilliant screen. I am really dissapointed. I didn’t do anything wrong. Now I have lost what I previously had, because I forgot to backup recently. I am really pissed that it is already giving me problems. Any ideas?

    • Savio Dantes says:

      Mitch, try flashing the kernel, using the method I’d mentioned above in a previous post.
      Once that is done reinstall the ROM, but DO NOT WIPE DATA.
      Clear both Cache and Dalvik Cache
      Also, remember to set permissions (TWRP > Advanced)

      Beyond that, best of luck to you!

      – Savio

  15. Aaron says:

    I am having an issue even getting this to work.

    I am S-ON Hboot 1.12

    I currently have CM10.1 and it works fine except I cannot get 4G on it.

    Trying to reflash a stock rooted ROM for the EvoLTE and it just hangs at the HTC screen, even though I have manually wrote the boot.img.

    I have no idea what to do to get S-OFF, because the folks at XDA told me that if i am S-ON and writing boot.img doesn’t fix it, then I need to get S-OFF..

    Is there any other method? I have no access to a linux live cd

  16. Savio says:

    Aaron, there are only a few ways to gain root access on your device w/ S-Off, the one listed in XDA is simply the most convenient.My first question is, do you even have root access? If you don’t know, download a root checker app from the playstore.

    Also, I don’t understand how you do not have access to a Linux Live Distribution (CD or USB), seeing as it’s a free download and it does not affect your current installation. Now if you were to state that you don’t have access to your own personal PC/Laptop then I would say start there first or borrow one temporarily. If you just don’t know how to create/use a Live Distribution then please ask.

    On the other hand, If you do have root access, you can use an app to flash the new kernel prior to installing your new ROM, (Download from here http://www.saviodesign.com/Zen/FlashImageGUI.apk)
    Then reboot into recovery and attempt installation. If this does not work you will need access to a Linux PC or Live Disc/USB. Then please go to ” http://unlimited.io/jewel.htm ” and follow the instructions from there. You MUST follow each step word-for-word or risk soft-bricking your device (this is fixable, but still a pain in the butt)

    Once you have root, you should go to the Google Playstore and download Both Super User (SU) and Goo Manager (GM), then let GM it install TWRP 2.5 Recovery). Next Reboot your phone into recovery (TWRP), once there find and following files and add to zip in this exact order:

    1.) smw6180_superwipe.zip ( Download from here http://www.saviodesign.com/Zen/smw6180_superwipe.zip )
    Use this to Wipe roms correctly before flashing

    2.) Your downloaded Rom (CM10.1 ROM, Avatar Rom stable, etc…)

    3.) Your GAPPS Google Play Store ( gapps-jb-20121212-signed.zip )

    if you have any additional questions, please reply to this post or search through the XDA forum

  17. ADVAN83 says:

    I get s-off with Moonshine im hboot 2.09 i get root i get rom rage lte and backup fine but i flash another rom just booted and freez in the first screen i dont know what the f@#&…. HTC EVO LTE FROM SPRINT

  18. Savio says:

    First ADVAN83, if you want/request assistance you have to take advantage of full words and sentences, preferably in English or whatever language you’re comfortable with ( Hello Google Translate).

    Second, (after reading this several times) It appears you’ve gone through the process of gaining ROOT access to your device. As well as Swapping a New custom Rom, but it appears that you’re stuck in a “Boot loop”. This is most likely caused from moving to an Android 4.1 ROM to a Android 4.2.1 ROM. or Vice versa.

    I may be able to assist you with your issue.
    You will need to follow these steps though ( which are mentioned previously in this forum)

    1.) If you have created a Nandroid Back-up, then please restore it to your phone and go to step

    2.) If you have not created a Nandroid Back-up find a Stock Sense Rom, then find and following files and add to zip in this exact order:

    1.) smw6180_superwipe.zip (link listed below)
    2.) Your downloaded Rom (CM10.1 ROM)
    3.) Your corresponding GAPP’s file for your ROM

    3.) Wipe your phone by flashing this file

    4.) Flash in your Stock Rom and GAPPs file and reboot your device. Follow the Google Sign-in options until you see the Home Screen. Open the Google Play Store and download ES File Explorer.

    5.) Download this file and place it as well as your “Custom Rom” (the one stuck in a boot loop) on your device’s internal card (preferably download folder)

    6.) Using ES File Explorer find the FlashImageGUI.apk file on your device and install it.

    7.) Once installed run FlashImageGUI and From there you must find the ROM, let the program parse the data and search the file for the Kernel, then hit the Flash button on the bottom. (Without using ADB or USB Fastboot)

    Once complete, just hit reboot into TWRP, flash the Superwipe.zip, your Custom ROM, and GAPP’s (in that order), wipe both dalvik and cache. Reboot.

    Enjoy your new ROM

    * This same process will work when converting back to a different Android 4.1 ROM .

    ** Notes:
    To get to “Developer options in CM10.1 ROM (needed for Titanium Backup), go to settings menu, the dev options aren’t available the click “about phone” > scroll to the bottom and click “Build Number about 7 times” until you see a notification appear

  19. Savio says:

    This is an update/replacement for the last posting (bad code = big links)

    I’ll place the files you’d need to download right here:

    1.) Flash GUI = http://www.saviodesign.com/Zen/FlashImageGUI.apk
    2.) Super Wipe = http://www.saviodesign.com/Zen/smw6180_superwipe.zip
    3.) Titanium Back-up http://www.saviodesign.com/Zen/Titanium%20Backup.apk
    *Update Titanium (1X) prior to restoring phone
    First ADVAN83, if you want/request assistance you have to take advantage of full words and sentences, preferably in English or whatever language you’re comfortable with ( Hello Google Translate).

    Second, (after reading this several times) It appears you’ve gone through the process of gaining ROOT access to your device. As well as Swapping a New custom Rom, but it appears that you’re stuck in a “Boot loop”. This is most likely caused from moving to an Android 4.1 ROM to a Android 4.2.1 ROM. or Vice versa.

    I may be able to assist you with your issue.
    You will need to follow these steps though ( which are mentioned previously in this forum)

    1.) If you have created a Nandroid Back-up, then please restore it to your phone and go to step

    2.) If you have not created a Nandroid Back-up find a Stock Sense Rom, then find and following files and add to zip in this exact order:

    1.) smw6180_superwipe.zip (link listed above)
    2.) Your downloaded Rom (CM10.1 ROM)
    3.) Your corresponding GAPP’s file for your ROM

    3.) Wipe your phone by flashing this file

    4.) Flash in your Stock Rom and GAPPs file and reboot your device. Follow the Google Sign-in options until you see the Home Screen. Open the Google Play Store and download ES File Explorer.

    5.) Download this file and place it as well as your “Custom Rom” (the one stuck in a boot loop) on your device’s internal card (preferably download folder)

    6.) Using ES File Explorer find the FlashImageGUI.apk file on your device and install it.

    7.) Once installed run FlashImageGUI and From there you must find the ROM, let the program parse the data and search the file for the Kernel, then hit the Flash button on the bottom. (Without using ADB or USB Fastboot)

    Once complete, just hit reboot into TWRP, flash the Superwipe.zip, your Custom ROM, and GAPP’s (in that order), wipe both dalvik and cache. Reboot.

    Enjoy your new ROM

    * This same process will work when converting back to a different Android 4.1 ROM .
    ** Notes:
    To get to “Developer options in CM10.1 ROM (needed for Titanium Backup), go to settings menu, the dev options aren’t available the click “about phone” > scroll to the bottom and click “Build Number about 7 times” until you see a notification appear

  20. charles says:

    anybody out there tonight? I am dealing with a new evo lte just got today. already have my own that is running cm10.1. So anyway ive unlocked bootloader installed su made a backup. downloaded cm10.0 used flash image gui. to flash kernel but its stuck a cm boot screen what did i miss?

    • HTC Evo 4G Hacks says:

      Try reinstalling rom after formatting /system and /data that usually will boot you first time.

      • Charles says:

        Got it up and running thanks. Did a factory rest first this time. But no touch screen on rom? Thanks tho.

  21. charles says:

    Ok forget last comment. LOL. did a factory reset before rebot this time and it worked, but no response from screen??? now what

    • Savio Dantes says:

      Re-flash Both the ROM and GAPPs files. Don’t forget (even when upgrading ROM only) to wipe Both Cache and Dalvik-Cache.

  22. Charles says:

    I didn’t flash any gapps could that be it?

    • Savio Dantes says:

      You need GAPPS only got Google items to work (GMail, Accounts, Playstore, etc). Either way, flash The ROM and GAPP’s. It sounds more like a corrupt download than anything. So redownload (from PC) then place it on the SD Card (Mount) and Flash in both file from there.

      • Charles says:

        I’m reading that evo lte’s with 3.16 won’t run akop rooms? Due to a touch panel update.

        • Savio Dantes says:

          Hadn’t heard about that issue yet, but I’ll look into it. If I find a workaround, I’ll either repost or link it here

          • Charles says:

            Thanks. I’m seeing that it’s gonna need s-off to run akop roms. Do you have a suggestion of what source/method to use.

  23. Savio Dantes says:

    Resend (bad edit)

    You need GAPPS only to get Google items to work (GMail, Accounts, Playstore, etc).
    Either way, flash The ROM and GAPP’s.
    It sounds more like a corrupt download than anything. So redownload (from PC) then place it on the SD Card (Mount) and Flash in both files from there.

  24. Savio Dantes says:

    I’ll send you a link and/ or tutorial momentarily. I’m headed back to the office, and sending this from my phone.

  25. Savio Dantes says:

    Charles,
    Please follow this link http://unlimited.io/jewel.htm , and upgrade your hBoot (RRU) to 1.19 or 2.09.
    These versions will give you S-Off, and allow you to flash ROM’s without flashing a Kernel prior (via Recovery or ADB). if you (by some unfortunate miracle) are already on hBoot 2.09., you may need to downgrade to 1.15 and then upgrade to 2.09.

    Remember If you are on 1.12 please use RUU 1.15 or 1.19. 2.09 will not work if you are coming from 1.12!

    You will need to download and create a Bootable Linux Live Disc/USB ( unless you’re already on Linux or have a dual-boot installation). This way you can perform the necessary steps without changing/installing an entire OS.

    Here’s a link to a Linux Mint (one of the smallest versions of Linux) : http://www.linuxmint.com/download.html

    Remember, take your time and follow all the steps so as not to end up bricked!

    Enjoy!

    • Charles says:

      Ok so first: Thank you to Savio. Your willingness to help is greatly appreciated. Although I did not do as you suggested. I should have been much more clear in my questions. But I did not have the phone with me at the time. To give the proper details about it. Sent it with her rooted and on stock. So she would have something. Anyway… It was HBOOT 2.09/software 3.16.xxx. What I did do was run the “Moonshine” S-off tool. Worked great. Then downgraded the touch panel with a boot flashable file found on “The MikMik” site. Flashed the proper gapps and CM10. All is running beautifully now.

  26. Savio Dantes says:

    Perfect Charles,
    Sounds like you’ve got it working!

    One tip for the future: If you omit details when you are requesting assistance with an issue, you’re only going to make it harder to find your resolution. This is a perfect example of that, but also another example of how we all just need to take our time, trust ourselves, read a bit, then you will almost always find the solution or answer you’re looking for.

  27. Zach says:

    Savio,

    I have updated my Sprint EVO 4G LTE using several of the ROMS on this website.
    I have had success loading the following roms: uXylon ROM, CM 10.1, and JellyBAM.

    All roms work great…. but my phone service will not activate.
    My phone number and MIN appear to be incorrect.

    How do I activate / recover my proper info?
    I talked to sprint and they said I could re-program the phone by dialing ##750427#.
    Obviously this didn’t work.

    a point in the right direction would be well appreciated! THANKS!

    • HTC Evo 4G Hacks says:

      You don’t have to activate it, that could be something wrong with your Sprint account, I’ve had to return my phone TWICE to Sprint because it wouldn’t activate. This has to be solved by Sprint, nothing to do with ROMs.

      • Zach says:

        Thanks for your response EVO 4G Hacks!

        Actually I re-wiped the phone and reloaded the ROMS and was able to activate just fine.

        Phone and Data actually work great.
        I am not having issues with SMS not working! 🙁

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