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I have a Huawei P10 lite and I wanted to root my phone, so I had unlocked my bootloader after much effort, and now I'm trying to install TWRP but every time i try to enter my bootloader mode it doesn't detect my phone. While my phone is on normally my ADB and Fastboot detects my phone perfectly. Only when I enter my phone into the fastboot mode does ADB not detect my phone Fastboot still works fine though. I have tried to install TWRP on my phone using other PC's but all comes to the same result. Is there anything I can do to get my laptop to detect my phone. enter image description here As you can see while my phone on ADB find my phone details while it on, but when I try to enter bootloader options it no longer finds my phone. I'm pretty sure i unlocked my phone properly as every time I reset my phone it give me the "untrusted" message and in fastboot mode it says "phone unlocked". Please any help would be appreciated

Thank you so much for your help.

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    When you boot into fastboot mode adb never works. Only fastboot works in fastboot mode. So what is your actual problem? If you want to install TWRP use fastboot flash recovery twrp-xxxx.img. – Robert May 26 at 18:32
  • I am trying to install TWRP and all the tutorials online says i need to enter bootloader mode to install TWRP, but when i try to enter this mode using any command(ie: fastboot reboot bootloader, ADB reboot bootoader) it sends my phone into fastboot mode. I had tried the command you advised and a failed message came back saying "FAILED (remote: partition length get error)". I hope this helps. I know my explaination was quite bad... – Benjjy862 May 26 at 20:36
  • bootloader mode = fastboot mode – alecxs May 26 at 21:21
  • Oh okay, i didn't know that, but then why isn't my phone installing TWRP, even though i putting in the right commands... – Benjjy862 May 26 at 22:37
  • change your screenshot, i can not see any error (or better mark with right click, copy to clipboard with enter, paste it as code) – alecxs May 27 at 6:43

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