I have a nexus 6 with TWRP and a stock ROM (6.0.0). I decided to update via OTA. However, for this I need to flash the recovery.img as stated in this anwser. Following the instructions there I've done the following steps (i'm usign linux):
- Downloaded the factory image from here for Nexus 6 (6.0.0)
- extracted the recovery.img and moved it to a separate folder
- booted into bootloader and connected with my workstation.
the device was detected correctly:
ola@thinkstation:~$ fastboot devices ZX1G427VQJ fastboot ola@thinkstation:~$
- I flashed the recovery.img and rebooted
everything went fine:
ola@thinkstation:~$ fastboot devices ZX1G427VQJ fastboot ola@thinkstation:~$ fastboot flash recovery /home/ola/temp/android/recovery.img target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes sending 'recovery' (8915 KB)... OKAY [ 0.351s] writing 'recovery'... OKAY [ 0.298s] finished. total time: 0.648s nicolas@thinkstation:~$ fastboot reboot rebooting... finished. total time: 0.001s ola@thinkstation:~$
I then rebooted and tried to download the 6.0.1 via OTA. The download was successful. However, after restarting and the beginning of installing I get an Android icon and the message "Error". That's it. I then tried to boot in to bootloader and do a recovery mode where I get an error "No Command". So I reflushed the recovery.img leading to the same result. Normal booting works perfectly fine. Whats causing the error?