Originally Posted by ANMTMS
Okay, i've wanted to flash TWRP, to flash CM11, so i have root, unlocked bootloader, drivers, etc. Required for flashing but there are two problems.
---DONT MIND THIS, MY FAULT (Solved)---
With TWRP flashing:
* Whenever i try to flash it (i have the file in the adt bundle folder with the cmd window open from the directory) and write:
fastboot flash recovery [filename].img (yes, i've checked many times for typos)
I get this:
(Bootloader) variable not supported
---This is the actual problem---
With Stock flashing:
Then i tried to re-flash stock firmware in case that there were any corrupted file interrupting the process.
Flashed, but in the process, after, or while flashing system.img (All with RSD Lite), in the phone, appeared a red text line that said "sp space is not enough" and the phone took like half a minute to reboot again and everything seemed to be normal. But if i try to do any of those processes again, even if i re flash stock fw, it keeps the same.
Need responses please D:
If I understand your post correctly..
Sir..use mfastboot with this command >>
mfastboot flash recovery recovery.img
Rename your recovery file to this >> recovery.img
Then flash..make sure that the recovery.img file is in the same directory as adb.exe
Make sure that you do have a mfastboot.exe in the same directory as the adb.exe..you may have to also copy some .dll files from another directory to the same directory as the mfastboot.exe (and) adb.exe
Also..you mentioned that you flashed a new OS..maybe the FXZ is modified to NOT erase data/cache.?
Make SURE that you have the proper TWRP version for your device..(probably) "ghost" code name type TWRP is what you'll need..many ones mess up by not using the proper TWRP version for the device..
Sent from my:
XT1080M Droid Maxx #2