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Root Help: ADB Debug Mode

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bge, Apr 14, 2011.

  1. bge

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    Hi all,
    I have a problem that I'm searching for an answer for few days and nothing have found.

    -I have a i7500 with nothing inside it. No Rom, or recovery tools etc.
    -I can do fastboot.

    I need to use RecTools but in order to do that, I must put RECTOOLS.gar.tz into /sdcard folder (it's written on Mini Recovery mode).
    As I try to flash it with fastboot, I'm getting "partition can't found" error which is normal because that folder is deleted.
    I think I could create a folder and put a file into it with ADB commands, BUT I can't get my device recognized by sdk.
    Every time I try and adb commands (like shell) I'm getting "error: device not found". I have installed ADB drivers (also tried different versions too).
    I think the problem is I can't get in Debug Mode.

    Summary: How can I enable USB Debug Mode from fastboot?

    Thanks in advance...


    PS: Someone else already asked a similary question but got no help!
    http://androidforums.com/t-mobile-g1/47656-debug-usb-mode-probleme-help-me-please.html
     

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    Did you try with ODIN???
    See if ODIN recognizes your device. If it does then first use ODIN and flash a 1.6 firmware on it. Look in the sticky on how to use it.
     
  3. bge

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    Hey, thank you very much!
    I didn't know what Odin is about and it worked very easily.
    Great! :)
     

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