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[Q] Need driver help for my KF - ADB is not detecting the device when in TWRP Mode

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9th July 2014, 04:52 PM   |  #11  
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nonononono it's quite weird
In fastboot mode, the device is easily recognized by the computer. i can flash and have no problems whatsoever. When I try to use TWRP to copy the image to the device, that's where I get the issue.

If you want, copy and paste your environment path here. Let's check and make sure it looks good.

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If you want, copy and paste your environment path here. Let's check and make sure it looks good.

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And what do you mean by that? What is the environment path?

I know it can be flashed in fastboot as the computer recognizes it and fastboot detects it as a device. It's just that in twrp the computer is unable to find any drivers for it.
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And what do you mean by that? What is the environment path?

I know it can be flashed in fastboot as the computer recognizes it and fastboot detects it as a device. It's just that in twrp the computer is unable to find any drivers for it.

In order for your tablet to be recognized in fastboot, you would have had to set the path. I think your bs'n me.

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In order for your tablet to be recognized in fastboot, you would have had to set the path. I think your bs'n me.

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m8 I have no idea what you are talking about.

I started the cyanogen mod tutorial that they have on the wiki, and I got to flashing the custom bootloader and the twrp recovery mode. After that, the device wasn't recognized during TWRP mounting so I wasn't able to mount and copy over the CM image for installation. That's why I am stuck now. Could you please link me to or attach the kindleOS stock rom so I can flash it and go back to stock kindleOS. Right now I have an expensive brick and it's seriously bugging me.
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In order for your tablet to be recognized in fastboot, you would have had to set the path. I think your bs'n me.

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Do you mean the windows path? If you do, I used the installer I found on this website along with the kindle fastboot drivers found from amazon and it was already added to the path.
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im facing the same problem here, i restored my kf hd 8.9 back to stock using this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2468988

however, i just cant connect to the device via adb. fastboot is working, so the drivers are fine. adb has been enabled on the device's settings panel.

i need adb to root the device and reinstall the 2nd bootloader for custom roms.
21st July 2014, 07:17 AM   |  #19  
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It might actually be a driver problem, switching between twrp, fastboot, and a android os have caused issues for me before where I NAD to uninstall the driver and reinstall it, and sometimes it would have a USB composite USB device I'd have to remove to fix it(had a bird of 1949 so I new it was the kindle).
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surprisingly restoring back to stock and then doing it again worked. I'm now running 4.4.4

Thanks for the help stunts, sjj, and linear


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