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[SOLVED] Can't sideload a ROM because it adb doesn't show device?

15th June 2014, 05:17 PM |#11  
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I used the most recent twrp available. Think its 2.7.1.1
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15th June 2014, 05:26 PM |#12  
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I used the most recent twrp available. Think its 2.7.1.1

Yeah I just put that one on. Now we're back to the original problem, it doesn't show my devices when I try to sideload. This is a right pain.
15th June 2014, 05:52 PM |#13  
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Yeah I just put that one on. Now we're back to the original problem, it doesn't show my devices when I try to sideload. This is a right pain.

If it shows up in the device manager on your pc, try go back one version of twrp. It should come up as an adb device
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If it shows up in the device manager on your pc, try go back one version of twrp. It should come up as an adb device

I was able to 4.3 B-ETA2 of paranoid android installed and working. On the TWRP suggested in this thread, the Paranoid Android thread lot are saying to get 4.4 I need the most up to date TWRP, so I guess now I can update twrp and load the latest version onto the phone without needing to sideload, hopefully.

Edit: Yup that's what happened. Worked perfectly. I basically needed to update TWRP to the latest version, after flashing an old ROM on via a sideload beucase ParanoidAndroid 4.4 needs the latest TWRP. Thanks for the advice in there. Will hit the thanks button in a sec!

Edit: Limited to 8 thanks a day, how terrible!
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