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You can flash a new recovery image with fastboot. The command is: fastboot flash recovery recovery.img where 'recovery.img' is the name of the image. If you enter fasboot on the command line with no options or parameters you will see the usage, which is: fastboot flash [partition] [filename]
Don't do update. Do a command in the following syntax: fastboot flash [system/recovery/boot] /path/to/recovery/image.img Example: fastboot flash recovery /mnt/sdcard/Download/twrp.img I HIGHLY recommend not flashing images to system or boot partitions without a custom recovery first. You should only flash recoveries via fastboot.
I had the same problem here: archive does not contain android-info.txt. Tried google but can't find anything. Finally I copied the update.zip to my devices sdcard and "applied update from sdcard" – that worked.
Hi I had the same problem on my LG G2 mini. This command worked for me: dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/laf By doing so, the phone can't enter Download mode and enters Fastboot mode instead. Use with caution though, I don't know what this really does to the device!
So i figured out that the phone was locked and nothing else! Got the unlock code from the Motorola website (Which wasn't working earlier) and unlocked the phone via mfastboot , then reloaded the stock firmware and the phone is good as new! Unlock Code:3
To exit from fastboot use this command: fastboot reboot your phone will be then rebooted.
Right click on fastboot.exe → Properties → Compatibility → tick "Run this program as Administrator" → Apply Run your commands again, and on Administration prompt (...if it appears) click yes. Good to go!
If no drivers work on Windows 10 or 8.1/8 and your goal is to just use fastboot to flash boot.img (Probably because you have S-ON), there's the way of the Linux: Get a USB stick ready and use Live Linux Creator and install a Live Linux like Ubuntu or Lubuntu onto the stick. Boot to the Live version (maybe you can use VirtualBox VM on Windows, not sure). Open ...
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