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Adnan Ahmed

Adnan is an Android enthusiast. It all started when he was in the 7th grade. Starting off with the Samsung Galaxy Ace, Adnan is now a proud owner of the OnePlus One and the OnePlus 2. Flashing ROMs, installing tweaks, and to an extent bricking a device is what Adnan admires. Adnan has a liking for Stock Android.

  • cyclejoc

    I have unlocked the bootloader, but now I can’t get the recovery to flash. I do the commands it shows my device serial number. The next command to flash recovery – it indicates it took 1.3 seconds. it just stays there on welcome to the bootloader mode screen. So I unplug and take the battery out, put it back in and boot it up. what am I doing wrong? thank you.

    • ziauddin

      It looks like you have installed recovery but haven’t boot into recovery. First power off the device and then press and hold the Power + Volume Down buttons simultaneously until you see the recovery mode on your device. If that didn’t work for you, connect device to PC and use this command – “adb reboot recovery”.

  • Ümit

    I am writing phone devices adb adb reboot bootloader summer sees the next step when I could not pass up the phone restarts can you help somehow in the meantime the phone lg bootloader part h960

    • This procesd only works for H901 model.. Unfortunately, the bootloader unlock for H960 is not unlockable yet. I know this is frustrating for many LG users…saw that in a lot of threads…. Hoping there would be a generic bootloader unlock method for all V10 models.

  • felicae

    I recommend to have a try on AnyRooter Android Root Pro if you have problem with SuperSU. I already used the program to root my T-mobile G10 within a few minutes.

  • Jamie Chu

    I can not flash recovery. I searched the internet up and down for a solution to no avail. Everything before that was successful.
    This is what I am getting:

    fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
    target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
    sending ‘recovery’ (33144 KB)…
    OKAY [ 0.734s]
    writing ‘recovery’…
    FAILED (remote: unknown command)
    finished. total time: 0.763s

    I am using 64bit Windows 10. Could it be a driver issue? I tried different drivers too….

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