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adb sideload cannot read .....

  1. VaibhavBhargava
    Lollipop Sep 24, 2017

    VaibhavBhargava , Sep 24, 2017 :
    Why use adb commands when you can do local upgrades ?
     

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  2. Petjitsu
    KitKat Sep 24, 2017

    Petjitsu , Sep 24, 2017 :
    Large Address Aware 2 in windows 10 works - tried ;)
     

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  3. joaohalmeida
    Froyo Sep 24, 2017

    joaohalmeida , Sep 24, 2017 :
    Well, I'd sure like to work things out with adb. Also, if I ever want to rollback to official OTA, I'm pretty sure I'd need it.
     

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  4. Petjitsu
    KitKat Sep 24, 2017

    Petjitsu , Sep 24, 2017 :
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  5. joaohalmeida
    Froyo Sep 24, 2017


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  6. Petjitsu
    KitKat Sep 24, 2017

    Petjitsu , Sep 24, 2017 :
    try:
    mode - intermediate
     

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  7. joaohalmeida
    Froyo Sep 24, 2017


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  8. Q1515679701105
    Cupcake Jan 11, 2018


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  9. connor00
    Cupcake Mar 1, 2018

  10. elanglois
    Lollipop Mar 1, 2018

    elanglois , Mar 1, 2018 :
    OK, first, you can't fix something by throwing darts at a dart board! You are trying stuff at random with no reasoning behind it.

    Examine the message. It can't open the file.

    1 - Make sure you only use a FULL ZIP, not an incremental update. The size will be 1.4-1.7GB. If it's a couple hundred MB, it's wrong.

    2 - Check the md5 checksum to make sure the file downloaded without errors. You can also look at the ZIP in a file manager to make sure it opens, but the md5 is better.

    3 - If it's an Oreo based ROM, make sure your TWRP can handle it. Only the latest can. The latest blu spark twrp is recommended over the official.

    4 - Use MTP or copy to local storage. ADB sideloading is more error prone and many older versions have known bugs that prevent you from opening large files. Update your adb, but also consider a simpler MTP copy to local storage

    Stop throwing darts to solve problems
     

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  11. Astrovilos
    Cupcake Mar 13, 2018


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  12. F_Akhil_rlCY
    Froyo Mar 15, 2018

    F_Akhil_rlCY , Mar 15, 2018 :
    i was trying to root my phone.but when i go to fastboot mode the adb doesnt recognizes my device.help me
     

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  13. Checkaaddy
    Cupcake Mar 15, 2018


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  14. ghostofcain
    Marshmallow Mar 15, 2018

    ghostofcain , Mar 15, 2018 :
    When phone is in fastboot, it will respond to fastboot not adb commands, if fastboot is not recognising it, does "fastboot devices" give you your serial number, its probably a driver issue.
     

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  15. F_Akhil_rlCY
    Froyo Mar 15, 2018


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  16. F_Akhil_rlCY
    Froyo Mar 15, 2018

    F_Akhil_rlCY , Mar 15, 2018 :
    but i can access my file system via pc
     

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  17. ghostofcain
    Marshmallow Mar 15, 2018

    ghostofcain , Mar 15, 2018 :
    And your OP3(T) is in fastboot mode and connected to the pc? If so you need to update your fastboot drivers for your OS.

    What's that got to do with fastboot?
     

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  18. F_Akhil_rlCY
    Froyo Mar 15, 2018

    F_Akhil_rlCY , Mar 15, 2018 :
    how can i access file system if i have not installed proper drivers
     

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  19. ghostofcain
    Marshmallow Mar 15, 2018

    ghostofcain , Mar 15, 2018 :
    Because fastboot is treated as a seperate device with its own protocol and drivers.
     

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  20. F_Akhil_rlCY
    Froyo Mar 15, 2018


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