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Try reformatting your sd card to another System type like FAT32. sumthing like that. The problem is with the sd card's system. Or you may try to put the file in another sd card and.flash it with that.
You might have a chance via a custom recovery: boot into recovery-mode and see if adb devices shows your device if not, or if you have no custom recovery, you can "temporarily load one" using fastboot boot recovery.img (this is not guaranteed to work with all combinations, but I had luck with this using twrp on several devices) if it shows up, use adb ...
If the data was not encrypted and not over written, it is technically possible to recover the data using (linux) data recovery tools. It will require a root shell, it can be the one of your main system, one from the recovery system or one from a volatile system you would load from a computer using fastboot binary. You may want to check if you didn't just ...
Managed to solve it with the help of a friend, this package ( http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2564453 ) and couple of ADB sideload commands and flashed the stock rom from here: https://dl.google.com/dl/android/aosp/occam-lmy48t-factory-416938f1.tgz
Install the correct drivers for your device, and install 15-second adb installer from here. Right-click in your ADB folder (usually in root of C:) and open a command line and input the following: adb reboot bootloader Check to see if the phone is in fastboot mode. fastboot devices If it doesn't show anything, wait a few seconds and try again. Wipe the ...
The first thing you'd want to do is simply remove the SD card if any in use. If you intend on providing an SD card, purchase a new SD Card. As suggested, the first step would be to encrypt your data (you can read up on this here), then perform a factory reset of the phone - I'd suggest performing this approximately 3 times. (1 should be sufficient, but 3 ...
A factory reset is not enough. It just "disables" your data and doesn't really delete it. Some data restore tools can still restore the data after a normal reset. The best way I know of is to encrypt the phone and then do a factory reset. The encryption will overwrite the unencrypted data, so that will be gone forever. Then after a reset, if the new user ...
No, it is not possible to skip the "Installing Applications" screen. However, you can disable these applications in Settings. If you have root access you can also uninstall them completely. You can also change the firmware to a non carrier one with Odin. Be careful, because this can brick your device if not done correctly. Firmwares can be downloaded on ...
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