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"Help" Cant flash kernel to my ZU

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30th May 2014, 07:03 PM   |  #11  
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Installing a kernel is a simple process.

I am runnnig DoomKernel on Nordic stock .757
battery life is great
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30th May 2014, 07:30 PM   |  #12  
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need help...
i've used flashtool many times until now, i dont know whats wrong with it...
1. my ZU got boot loop, then i force to turn it off... (i want to get in to recovery but there is no sign that my zu has it... )
2. i've tried to flash kernel to my zu but failed... (
3. so i tried to flashed my zu to a new one (rom), but i got no signal at all...
4. then i tried again no 2 but got the same result... (hope that i can to restore my backup from recovery)

what i have to do guys...
i hope there is a kind peoples that will try to help me... (i wish )

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Download this: https://mega.co.nz/#!Vh8xEZYR!HwGosI...VlhUObM0NdNrPg

Make sure your phone is turned off.
Start Flashtool and click the lightening bolt at the top left and select 'FASTBOOT MODE'.
You should now see a new window of flashtool titled FASTBOOT TOOLBOX.
Plug in your phone while holding the Volume Up button
Back on flashtool: To the far right where it says 'By DOOMLORD', just below that the second option is 'Select Kernel to Flash', click it.
Browse for the .IMG file that you downloaded from the top of this post(which is the boot file for your phone to boot and let you into recovery).
Change the file type that's listed next to File Name at the bottom of the browse window, to .IMG
Select the .img file and it should flash automatically and tell you to check the log list shown right in flashtool before rebooting. If you don't see any errors then go ahead and unplug your device and boot it and try going into recovery.

You should be good to go now.
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30th May 2014, 11:14 PM   |  #13  
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30th May 2014, 11:19 PM   |  #14  
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Installing a kernel is a simple process.

I am runnnig DoomKernel on Nordic stock .757
battery life is great

Me too but before I got stuck...
30th May 2014, 11:25 PM   |  #15  
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Installing a kernel is a simple process.

I am runnnig DoomKernel on Nordic stock .757
battery life is great

Me too but right now I got stuck...
30th May 2014, 11:36 PM   |  #16  
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Download this: https://mega.co.nz/#!Vh8xEZYR!HwGosI...VlhUObM0NdNrPg

Make sure your phone is turned off.
Start Flashtool and click the lightening bolt at the top left and select 'FASTBOOT MODE'.
You should now see a new window of flashtool titled FASTBOOT TOOLBOX.
Plug in your phone while holding the Volume Up button
Back on flashtool: To the far right where it says 'By DOOMLORD', just below that the second option is 'Select Kernel to Flash', click it.
Browse for the .IMG file that you downloaded from the top of this post(which is the boot file for your phone to boot and let you into recovery).
Change the file type that's listed next to File Name at the bottom of the browse window, to .IMG
Select the .img file and it should flash automatically and tell you to check the log list shown right in flashtool before rebooting. If you don't see any errors then go ahead and unplug your device and boot it and try going into recovery.

You should be good to go now.

I can't download it... It say invalid argument...
30th May 2014, 11:52 PM   |  #17  
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I can't download it... It say invalid argument...

I think we need to see a log or screen grab of the output of flashtool when you try and flash a kernel and a FTF

I think "invalid argument" normally happens on a locked bootloader???
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31st May 2014, 12:01 AM   |  #18  
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I think we need to see a log or screen grab of the output of flashtool when you try and flash a kernel and a FTF

I think "invalid argument" normally happens on a locked bootloader???

Sorry I forgot to unlock bootloader again...
But even I unlock it I'm still stuck...
I'll send the log when I get back to my home then...

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31st May 2014, 12:11 AM   |  #19  
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[QUOTE=G sound;53043069]Sorry I forgot to unlock bootloader again...
But even I unlock it I'm still stuck...
I'll send the log when I get back to my home then...

Don't forget to backup you TA PARTITION before you unlock your device,
If you need any help PM me ill be glad to help

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