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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by D3FPR00F, Oct 5, 2017.

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    Soooo... I flashed a new rom and recovery (AICP and TWRP to AOKP and their custom recovery) and I'm having numerous issues, guessing due to using flashfire to flash the recovery. The main issue being that I can't sign into google and play services keeps crashing, as such I decided to re-flash everything again or revert back to TWRP and a different rom, only to find out that fastboot will not work. ADB is working fine, device is listed, sideloading works, etc but attempting any fastboot commands to flash anything. Both in recovery and the bootloader it shows no devices attatched and when the phone is on normally I can use adb commands including to reboot it to recovery or bootloader but this is where its stops working. Even when switched on normally, adb picks up the device but when attempting a fastboot command it just says 'waiting for device'. Any help would be much appreciated :)
     

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    - Does your phone show up under >fastboot devices?

    - fastboot file may be missing from the directory you're running command prompt from

    - you're not booted into fastboot/bootloader?

    - be sure you have no driver issues?
     
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    How to boot in fast boot mode s6 edge
     

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