I have a Pandigital Star Media Tablet and I am stuck on the boot image and it will not do anything else except boot into stock recovery and turn off. I am able to provide anything you need to possably fix this.
Heres a list of root programs installed:
-z4root -Superuser -Titainium Backup Pro - LCD Density Changer - Root toolbox
Heres the backups I have: -Titainium full backup -Pandigital Backup data -ADW launcher settings and homescreens backup.
.My phone isnt detected by ADB during its boot. After bootup it shows up in the list of attached devices. Im trying to port MIUI v4 to my device so I need a logcat during the boot because it just hangs at the bootanimation but ADB doesnt see my device during boot. If I force a logcat, the log is emply.
I have tried several ROMs and on both Windows and Ubuntu and still no result.
I Have An Ainol Novo 7 Crystal Tablet..(Rooted With TWRP Recovery&Cyanogenmod 10.1 Installed).It Was Working Fine Till This Afternoon But I Don't Know What Happened Next..I Turned Off My Device And I Tried To Turn It On Again After Some Time But It Wasn't Booting...
I Don't Even See Any Boot Animation Or Android Logo That My Device Used To Display While Booting,The Screen Of My Device Lights Up Though..And I Can't Even Boot Into Recovery (I Have TWRP Installed),When I Try To Boot Into Recovery I Don't See The Android Logo That I Used To See But The Screen Of My Device Lights Up And Doesn't Boot Into Recovery.. I Tried Removing TWRP Recovery From My sd card And Booting Into Recovery But The Screen Lights Up For Like 5 Seconds And Then The Light Goes Off..
Very often I find myself needing to reset or get around someone's Windows Password, the easiest way of course is with one of many available linux boot cd's that'll edit the windows system hive. However most of the time I'm not carrying this around, I have a USB stick that can be used but I noticed earlier that while my Nexus One was plugged into the USB port on boot it is detected by my bios.
So the question is - Can the android USB interface act as a boot device? If so I assume it'd need a different partition since it's already got an OS?
(Also while I have your attention: 1) Did they ever fix the +1 area code problems with contacts?, 2) Why don't half my contacts show up in Send MMS dialogue (and others)?, 3) How do I tell if I have an SLCD or AMOLED screen cos sometimes the screen looks really crappy (dithering or off colour banding) AND FINALLY 4) can you set notification sounds differently depending on time of day (ie; I don't want a new gmail alert to wake me up at 2am.
I had made changes in S/W as suggested in post : [URL] .....
The device I am working is also having wake up lag about 2 sec.It varies from 1.2sec,0.8sec,1.8sec..etc. I implemented the new wake log to prevent the phone from deep sleep as you have mentioned. Now the time required for wake up from deep sleep is reduced to 0.8s and its quite consistent. Although I have to yet check for battery consumption during deep sleep.
However I have found that now when the phone is reset the battery consumption is more during the power up of the phone. For Ex. from 36% before power up and 24% after powerup.
Checked with another device and its only taking 3% for boot up.
i was trying to change the background for my x'pop 5035D cause i'm in jelly bean 4.1.1 and all the backgrounds for the system is white and it's very bad for my eyes specially at night ,
i was trying to modify framework-res.apk that exist in :system / framework but i couldn't so i thought i can replace it and i downloaded another frame work- res.apk and i used root explorer to replace it after taking a copy of the original file and since i did that the device restarted and stuck at the logo and i can't boot.
i tried every thing , i did nandroid restore and even wipe data / factory reset and the same result it just stops at the logo every time .
I have probably bricked my Huawei Vision by rewriting boot image.
However, I can connect* it to PC and it sees my phone as "Huawei Handset" (same with Windows and Linux). But Windows misses its drivers (non-bricked phone worked); Linux seems to work. No OS can connect to it using default (downloaded) ADB, nor Fastboot, nor SoftwareUpdateTool.
Its PCI ID is 12d1:c002.
How could I reflash it? I would prefer the ways without disassembling the phone.
How to boot the phone, so you can connect it to PC:
1. turn off my phone completely (vol up + power for 10 seconds - release power for a seconds and repeat it once again)
2. prepare USB cable, so you can connect it in few seconds
3. hold vol down + power and after ~1s, connect USB cable (still hold vol down)
4. when Huawei logo appears, release both buttons - your phone is connected now
I have a Galaxy Nexus with the volume buttons spoilt (not functioning). It is rooted and running on AOKP's 4.4 rom. I accidentally installed the wrong kernel and while panicking, I wiped the data and davlik cache. Now, I am stuck in boot loop. Also, when I plug it into the computer, the phone is UNAUTHORIZED according to adb server.
Is there any way to authorize my phone without booting into the OS itself? or Is there a way to boot into bootloader/recovery without authorizing the phone and without using the physical buttons of the phone?
Rockchip 3066 TV Box I am working with. The situation is thus:
I have a number of these boxes, 12 in my possession currently with more on the way
I have successfully rooted the boxes through ADB, none of the one click or other methods worked, but rooting through ADB did.
I have tried using rkdump but unfortunately it cannot find the update.img which I assume to mean it doesn't have one.
What I would like to do is setup a box exactly how I want and then image this off and copy the image to the others
As I mentioned, even though it's a Rockhip based chipset, there's no way I can identify to extract any kind of update.img from it. I have seen through other postings that some of the 3066 based boards no longer use the same cramfs file header/structure the previous 2xxx chipset used so this is probably why.
The big thing is, I just want to mirror the setup to other hardware of exactly the same pedigree.Here is the MTD/partition map:
Code: 1|root@android:/dev # cat /proc/mtd dev: size erasesize name mtd0: 00400000 00004000 "misc"[code].... what the precise format of the copy to and from commands should be assuming this is the way to go about it?
There's a number of applications that ship on the box by default too I need to remove as root, and I'd like to automate everything, hence the idea of imaging as opposed to stepping through all the tasks manually.
I deleted /system folder on my nexian cosmic journey. And now my nexian is stuck...
I try to using fastboot mode to flash recovery image, but my device seems not detected. I already installed the android composite driver, but when i use "fastboot devices" command, it shows (?) So how the heck to get my nexian back to normal?..
Or perhaps, if i just be able to put back the /system folder to its place again, it would be more easy to recover it... But how access the root when phone is like that?
I downloaded GT Racing Motor Academy and want to download it, but face the problem of not having enough space. I have a 32gb external SD card and moved the app itself to the SD card but want all the 650mb of game data to download to it.
I know how to do it with standard ROMs using the android kitchen. Recently the new Motorola X system dump has been leaked and I got my hands on it... I want to start pulling features and making my own ROM based off AOSP or PAC source. Nexus 7
So I have looked around xda etc. Cant find a simple answer (hoping there is). So long story I am on a rooted Evo. I was trying to flash cm6 via rom manager. I kept getting error 7's. So I found the PC36IMG.zip followed the directions. I am now in bootloader. Tried (many times) to run nandroid. But it gives me the error while flashing boot image for all 3 backups.