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[Q] Root for the One Plus One?

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13th July 2014, 11:09 PM |#21  
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I amd trying to unlock bootlaoder, and install TWRP on my ONE+. I have tried both android SDK, and TOOLKIT FOR ONEPLUS FROM XDA, and I cannot get fastboot devices to recognize my One+.

What I have do so far:

My PC: windows 7 - 64bit

Installed SDK kit form developer.android.com, and installed the latest composite usb driver from Google.

Installed OnePLus toolkit and tried using that, no dice.

when I execute "fastboot devices" from my fastboot folder, my prompt hangs "waiting for device" FOREVER!!!

"ADB DEVICES" WORKS PERFECTLY, AND ECHOES MY SERIAL NUMBER BACK TO ME."

if you can do "adb devices" and get a response, then it doesnt sound like you are in fastboot mode. try doing "adb reboot bootloader" and see if your phone goes into fastboot. then in fastboot mode, see if you can see your phone in device manager.
 
 
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if you can do "adb devices" and get a response, then it doesnt sound like you are in fastboot mode. try doing "adb reboot bootloader" and see if your phone goes into fastboot. then in fastboot mode, see if you can see your phone in device manager.

Here are the steps I take (in order that I do them)

Step 1 . adb reboot bootloader <<- This reboots my OPO into Fastboot Mode, an I can actually see in that mode.

Step 2. fastboot oem device-info <<- this hangs forever, or any other fastboot command, the OPO hangs with "<waiting for device>" as if it is no longer attached.


So, yes, I am in fastboot mode, and my OPO actually displays the CM face logo and underneath it says "fastboot mode" on its display.
14th July 2014, 12:25 AM |#23  
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Here are the steps I take (in order that I do them)

Step 1 . adb reboot bootloader <<- This reboots my OPO into Fastboot Mode, an I can actually see in that mode.

Step 2. fastboot oem device-info <<- this hangs forever, or any other fastboot command, the OPO hangs with "<waiting for device>" as if it is no longer attached.


So, yes, I am in fastboot mode, and my OPO actually displays the CM face logo and underneath it says "fastboot mode" on its display.

just run fastboot oem unlock (saying you actually want to unlock, its not needed for root).
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