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Htc desire s cant connect to pc

16th January 2014, 05:59 PM |#11  
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did you already tried to using another SDK..?
what about if you try adb command from your recovery..?, that's work from there or not..?

may i know what recovery do you using..?, if 4ext recovery then you can try enabled smartflash option from there..then you can flashing your rom without flashing manually boot.img again..then later if the rom success booting..then you can check again from there..

there r not any command working as phone not connected to pc at all ...

yes i do use 4ext recovery .. i cant see option called smartflash .. i have no time for "if the rom success booting..." i need for sure that the rom works :/
 
 
16th January 2014, 06:31 PM |#12  
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there r not any command working as phone not connected to pc at all ...

yes i do use 4ext recovery .. i cant see option called smartflash .. i have no time for "if the rom success booting..." i need for sure that the rom works :/


is there not any other way instead of fastboot , to flash new boot.img ??? there should be another way around ??
17th January 2014, 09:08 PM |#13  
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is there not any other way instead of fastboot , to flash new boot.img ??? there should be another way around ??

,,while you stubbornly try to remain on that particular rom,
..may yet try another- preferably the one previously installed on your device,
or the one your kernel `ll be able to pull,
eliminate-one by one- the probable causes of usb port
(or whatever it is ) malfunction
and the true enemy- in the end- will emerge...
you`ll not have to guess...
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