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By androidguy1991, Member on 21st August 2014, 04:45 PM
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Hello,
I have a quick question?

I made an unsecure boot.img for stock rom and added init.d support using android kitchen. After I flash the boot.img and reboot it says:
Code:
[460] fastboot_init()
[560] USB init ept @ 0xffc1000
[590] udc_start()
pops up and It wont boot into the system like normal. Is there something inside the boot.img that I need to modify to bypass this?

See attachment for my boot.img
[DO NOT FLASH THIS BOOT.IMG! YOU WILL SOFT BRICK!]
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23rd August 2014, 06:45 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by androidguy1991

Hello,
I have a quick question?

I made an unsecure boot.img for stock rom and added init.d support using android kitchen. After I flash the boot.img and reboot it says:

Code:
[460] fastboot_init()
[560] USB init ept @ 0xffc1000
[590] udc_start()
pops up and It wont boot into the system like normal. Is there something inside the boot.img that I need to modify to bypass this?

See attachment for my boot.img
[DO NOT FLASH THIS BOOT.IMG! YOU WILL SOFT BRICK!]




had the same problem and used this method. everything worked
http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-l...g-l90-t2803479
23rd August 2014, 10:00 PM |#3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by androidguy1991

Hello,
I have a quick question?

I made an unsecure boot.img for stock rom and added init.d support using android kitchen. After I flash the boot.img and reboot it says:

Code:
[460] fastboot_init()
[560] USB init ept @ 0xffc1000
[590] udc_start()
pops up and It wont boot into the system like normal. Is there something inside the boot.img that I need to modify to bypass this?

See attachment for my boot.img
[DO NOT FLASH THIS BOOT.IMG! YOU WILL SOFT BRICK!]

No. If you're seeing fastboot, there is something wrong with your boot.img. Reflash stock boot.img with fastboot

What device do you have?

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Originally Posted by FenixBrasil

had the same problem and used this method. everything worked
http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-l...g-l90-t2803479

OP's not looking for a KDZ fix. He's wanting information on how to fix his unsecure boot image.
23rd August 2014, 10:11 PM |#4  
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Yes, after I flashed the unsecure boot.IMG it keeps going straight to the boot loader.
I have a D415. All I added was init.d and made it rooted with android kitchen.
23rd August 2014, 10:37 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by androidguy1991

Yes, after I flashed the unsecure boot.IMG it keeps going straight to the boot loader.
I have a D415. All I added was init.d and made it rooted with android kitchen.

If you don't have a copy of your stock boot image, see this thread

Hopefully you have the fastboot executable. If not, you can download the latest ADB and fastboot executables from my Dev-Host account here.

If you need any assistance using the fastboot executable, please let me know.
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