Originally Posted by Tyler DeLarge
my phone is now empty, it can only access the recovery (TWRP) and the bootloader.
if I try to flash a ROM appears first HTC screen(HTC quietly brillant) and then black screen.
I have Hboot 1.14.
Windows have problems installing the Android SDK because it does not start SDK Manager.
Ubuntu seems okay, in fact, when I give the command:
"sudo fastboot devices", it manages to find a serial number but when I give the command:
"cd / home / etc ...
etc. ... fastboot flash boot.img (boot.img or fastboot or fastboot flash boot boot.img) crashes all on: "Waiting for device"
i can t use falsh guy beacuse the phone remains on black screen
Ok clearly you dont need to start sdk manager in order to flash from windows. You just need your fastboot.exe and adb.exe and maybe a few other dlls, etc in the folder.
Go back to windows and try from there. This post doesnt make sense bc clearly you would have already been able to flash to your phone before (since you got a custom recovery on it already). Thats whats bugging people. Its also not fastboot flash boot.img, its fastboot flash boot boot.img
And if that fails then you likely did not flash the correct kernel for the ROM you are using or your boot.img file is otherwise corrupted. Re download and try again. Extract the boot.img from the rom you want to use.