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[recovery] twrp 2.8 OFFICIAL INTERNATIONAL

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11th December 2012, 01:43 PM   |  #101  
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it doesn't restore kernel at all as we are s-on

Thanks I didn't think so but wanted to check for sure

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11th December 2012, 07:03 PM   |  #102  
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Just wanted to share my experience with everyone, so hopefully nobody repeats it.

Info for rooting/unlocking/flashing recovery for the ATT HOX+ is quite disorganized at this point. Kinda went in blind, using experience from multiple other phones.

Flashed TWRP after unlocking bootloader. Could not mount SD (no option, was using the version on TWRP's website before I'd found this thread). Thought perhaps WIPING DATA might fix this. F*#@ me. Softbrick.

Found this thread. Realized I'm an idiot (though in fairness, WHAT THE HELL?! WIPE DATA=softbrick?!?! Never seen that one before).

Flashed new TWRP in this thread. Mount SD button shows up. Try to mount. No good, device not showing up on PC (Win 7 x64). Try to ADB sideload. Also no good (error: device not found). Maybe bad drivers? Searched around, updated binaries, etc. Still couldn't push anything to SD.

Give up. Return phone. New phone. Keeping stock until there's more development =/

Also, FWIW, all this was only an attempt to fix the bluetooth on the phone, since bluetooth audio quality is substantially worse than on my original HOX.
11th December 2012, 07:35 PM   |  #103  
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Well ,

some Infos are hard to get and you have to read some threads careful, before you do something...

ADB sideload should work with newest version of binaries, another user stated
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11th December 2012, 09:56 PM   |  #104  
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Just wanted to share my experience with everyone, so hopefully nobody repeats it.

Info for rooting/unlocking/flashing recovery for the ATT HOX+ is quite disorganized at this point. Kinda went in blind, using experience from multiple other phones.

Flashed TWRP after unlocking bootloader. Could not mount SD (no option, was using the version on TWRP's website before I'd found this thread). Thought perhaps WIPING DATA might fix this. F*#@ me. Softbrick.

Found this thread. Realized I'm an idiot (though in fairness, WHAT THE HELL?! WIPE DATA=softbrick?!?! Never seen that one before).

Flashed new TWRP in this thread. Mount SD button shows up. Try to mount. No good, device not showing up on PC (Win 7 x64). Try to ADB sideload. Also no good (error: device not found). Maybe bad drivers? Searched around, updated binaries, etc. Still couldn't push anything to SD.

Give up. Return phone. New phone. Keeping stock until there's more development =/

Also, FWIW, all this was only an attempt to fix the bluetooth on the phone, since bluetooth audio quality is substantially worse than on my original HOX.

I had the same issue and fixed it via adb sideload.
I have uploaded the latest binaries to my dev host account.
1. Download and extract these to a directory and copy the rom over into the same directory.
2. Boot up your phone into twrp recovery.
3. Select advanced and adbsideload (Your phone will be waiting for the file transfer.)
4. Open command prompt in the above directory you created with the binaries and rom.
5. Issue command "adb devices" (You should get the serial number with sideload next to it)
6. Finally issue command "adb sideload rom.zip" (rom.zip will be the name of your rom)

This will start sending your rom to the handset and will automatically install.

Hope the above helps

Link to Binaries:

ADB Binaries
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12th December 2012, 12:47 AM   |  #105  
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Thanks for the upload/info. Would the OP perhaps modify the first post with this info as well, to help other people?
12th December 2012, 12:57 AM   |  #106  
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Thanks for the upload/info. Would the OP perhaps modify the first post with this info as well, to help other people?

done added to the 2nd post
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12th December 2012, 09:46 AM   |  #107  
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Hello Lloir,

Cannot mount usb, I got driver failure "MTP USB Driver".

I tried on 2 different PCs ( W7 64 bit )

Cheers
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12th December 2012, 09:48 AM   |  #108  
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install pdanet, it helps with driver issue
12th December 2012, 11:17 AM   |  #109  
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Hello Lloir,

Cannot mount usb, I got driver failure "MTP USB Driver".

I tried on 2 different PCs ( W7 64 bit )

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Read the op

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Read the op

I did it Lloir, but I do not see any mention on USB.
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