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Default Fastboot and adb won't recognize HTC one

I've installed all the correct drivers and my computer can recognize my phone, once in boot loader mode I can find the model of my phone with terminal but anything else I try like adb or fastboot with HTC one toolkit says no device is found?? I'm just trying to root and even go s-off again but nothing is working l. Only command that works is , adb devices after that its no device found. I cannot root with toolkit or terminal I get same message.

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I've installed all the correct drivers and my computer can recognize my phone, once in boot loader mode I can find the model of my phone with terminal but anything else I try like adb or fastboot with HTC one toolkit says no device is found?? I'm just trying to root and even go s-off again but nothing is working l. Only command that works is , adb devices after that its no device found. I cannot root with toolkit or terminal I get same message.

Is there anyone that can help me with this?

Please and thank you

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  1. adb commands only works from custom recovery or from a booted rom with usb debugging enabled
  2. fastboot commands only works from bootloader
  3. don't use toolkits, use fastboot and adb directly from a command window.
apart from the toolkit, if the drivers are correctly installed and your device is detected with "adb devices"/"fastboot devices" there is no reason other commands won't works.

you can also check nkk71's guide, there is guide in the FAQ to install drivers correctly.

You could also try to use adb and fastboot from a linux live cd/usb (ubuntu for example)
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Flashing requirements chart by nkk71
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Most likely you just need to enable usb debugging in settings.

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USB debugging is enabled when I try this, all the tutorials ive read pretty much start with telling u that.

I've also used the command window to try troubleshoot why toolkit didn't work and same result.

When I try push a file like twrp I get no device attached.

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I'll try again and post a screenshot of command window

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Figured it out thanks for the help

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Had root for the day then woke today to error saying this device does not have proper root access?

I have twrp installed and working tried to reflash SuperSU and all my system apps are closing .

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