I recently (dumbly) removed my internal through TWRP on my Asus Zenfone 2 whilst trying to flash SuperZen from xda. So now I'm attempting to go back to stock, and I've tried doing a factory reset with the stock recovery, but with no luck. I'm currently trying to flash
fastboot on Linux and Windows, but I get:
$ fastboot flash system system.img target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes erasing 'system'... FAILED (remote: Permission denied) finished. total time: 0.136s
for each one. This is when trying to flash using version WW_220.127.116.11. The interesting thing is, is that when I flash
recovery.img(stock) it still gives me that same error, but when I boot into recovery, I have either TWRP or stock recovery, which shows that it did work. Sadly, this is not the case with system, so if I reboot into the system, it does not work properly and hangs on the "Powered by Android" splash screen.
just tried using
fastboot update -w Zip_Name.zip and it gives me:
archive does not contain 'android-info.txt' archive does not contain 'android-product.txt' error: update package has no android-info.txt or android-product.txt
EDIT 2: booted into TWRP and used "Install" to try and flash the .zip I put on the SD card, I got the logs copied to the SD, and here is the relevant section:
minzip: Missed a central dir sig (at 0) E:Zip file is corrupt! MtpServer::run fd: 13 E:request read returned -1, errno: 5, exiting MtpServer::run loop Error flashing zip '/external_sd/UL-Z00A-JP-18.104.22.168-user.zip' Updating partition details... I:Data backup size is 0MB, free: 55424MB. ...done
Basically, it gave me
E:Zip file is corrupt! and ended up with "Failed".