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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by Anindya Chowdhury, Jul 2, 2020.

  1. Anindya Chowdhury

    Thread Starter

    I tried to root my realme c1 device using adb platform tools. I did it successfully until the last step. But when I tap for sytem reboot in TWRP recovery mode finally, it got directed to start screen of fastboot mode. And after that my phone got stuck to that screen.
    I tried giving command from adb tools. There, my device was shown in the list when i give the command 'fastboot devices' but when i gave the command of 'adb reboot', it is saying 'error/no emulator found'. Even if i press power button for long time, it's not helping. I am attaching the screenshot of my command prompt activities using ADB tools[​IMG]. Also attaching the fast boot screen to which i am stuck to. How to get rid of that screen and to get back my phone in normal condition?
    Plz help anybody..
     

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    #1 Anindya Chowdhury, Jul 2, 2020
    Last edited: Jul 2, 2020
  2. James L

    James L Android Expert

    Not familiar with that device but have you tried putting the recovery.img in your working folder.

    Then trying fastboot boot name of recovery.img ? Not sure if it'll work for you but no harm no foul if it fails.
     
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  3. Anindya Chowdhury

    Thread Starter

    Hi James, i tried what u suggested but it's saying 'command failed' (see attached picture). One good thing is that your method atleast makes the logo of my device manufacture stable which i didn't get in any other method that I tried before.
    Also tried flashing stock rom using realme flash tool but that also says, 'cannot find central directory' (see 2nd picture).
     

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  4. James L

    James L Android Expert

    Try fastboot boot boot then drag the recovery.img or whatever it's named into cmd.
     
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  5. James L

    James L Android Expert

    Try putting the firmware in your working folder.
     
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  6. Anindya Chowdhury

    Thread Starter

    not working, still stuck to fastboot screen guys...
     
  7. James L

    James L Android Expert

    Hmm if you can extract the recovery.img from the firmware you could try fastboot flashing it, the stock recovery. In theory since no changes were made other then an attempt to flash TWRP it should boot up
     
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  8. Anindya Chowdhury

    Thread Starter

    i tried to extract the ofp file using easy jtag, ufi and miracle box but didn't succed. I think i need to google more. Any other idea?
     
  9. James L

    James L Android Expert

    Using Windows Notepad it might be possible to see some of the files. Not sure though.​
     
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  10. Flora Riyans

    Flora Riyans Lurker

    You should use another way to root your device... ;)
     
  11. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    why? learning to use fastboot and adb is a good skill to lear? if there is another way, can you provide a better option?
     
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  12. Flora Riyans

    Flora Riyans Lurker

    You can use rooting tool for root your phone...
     
  13. MrJavi

    MrJavi Android Expert

    Welcome to Android Forums @Anindya Chowdhury :)


    I'm not familiar with your device but perhaps, installing a different version of TWRP might solve the issues. Make certain the link below matches your specific device before proceeding. If this is indeed the custom recovery for you device then the newest version is less than three weeks old and may have some bugs.

    https://twrp.me/realme/realmec1.html
     
    #13 MrJavi, Jul 12, 2020
    Last edited: Jul 12, 2020
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  14. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    rooting tool? are you talking about king and kingo root? those only work with devices from android os 5 and below which many devices are not on any more. plus those have been well known to have malicious content. i would stay away from using them.

    like i said rooting is better if you learn fastboot and adb commands.
     
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  15. MrJavi

    MrJavi Android Expert

    As a rooted user for six or seven years, I agree with @ocnbrze 100% . It's much better to learn how to root the proper way.
    Speaking from personal experience, having a custom recovery has saved my phone many, many times. TWRP and my Nandroid backups are a must. :)
     
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