Discussion in 'Android Rooting' started by Odin89, Jan 28, 2017.
If you could upload those files? Also, I can flash them through with the fastboot commands correct?
it's already uploaded here in this thread on previous posts...
no-verity-opt-encrypt-5.1.zip , twrp_lg_aristo_messi2050.zip , update-supersu-v2.79-20161211114519.zip . Are these the correct files i need to proceed...im kinda new with all these stuff
The link in thread isn't working and it's just for the boot.img.
Check Post number 102 or 103 I'm not sure xD
Guys please do some search before posting asking for help Google is your best friend xD
bro you have no idea...i entered fastboot once using buttons and cmd didn't recognise any device....ever since ive been trying to get into that menu
If you followed my thread you won't have those problems
i did. i haven't passedth
passed the first step
Found it! I can't believe I missed it. Thanks for the heads up!
C:\Users\Nigeria>fastboot flash recovery C:/Users/Nigeria/recovery.img
< waiting for device >
ive been at that piont for close to 15mins
Have you unlocked the bootloader sucessfully first?
no thats what ive been trying to do
Okay, have you enabled USB debugging and OEM unlock in your phone's developer options?
yes i have
Okay, to unlock the bootloader you'll need to open an adb command window. You'll need the android SDK. If you don't have that you can download it from here: https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/platform-tools.html#download . Do you know how to open a command prompt menu?
yes,i just downloaded it
(Waiting for device) means that there is a problem with the device driver not installed correctly , guys you are very lazy i mentioned this in the recovery thread you are wasting my time , you Should use Google to search for any error you face and do not choose the easy way by coming and asking the developer.........
oky boss ill check that
Okay, open a command window and enter: adb devices. You'll know it works if either you get a prompt on your phone asking you about USB debugging(say yes or ok) or your devices show up in the command menu under adb devices. Next, type: adb reboot bootloader. This should reboot your phone into the fastboot menu. From there type: fastboot oem unlock(this will erase your data and apps, make sure you backup important stuff first). Once that's done, type: fastboot reboot . You'll know that is worked if you get a warning screen. Don't worry it's normal. Just press the power button to boot up normally.
dont know whats wrong,and yes i googled it and found nothing
what happens if i skip flashboot recovery
If you're still in fastboot mode, just type: fastboot reboot into the command window. That should reboot your phone back to the OS.
You can skip flashing the TWRP recovery file for now. The main thing is making sure your device's bootloader is unlocked.
Yeah just start with a fastboot reboot command. If it doesn't reboot your device then you need to stop and find a working fastboot driver or you could also have a connection issue.
To further help troubleshoot that, look in device manager (assuming windows) while connected to the PC and in fastboot mode and ensure that the device is being recognized correctly.