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Unhappy failed to write data 'protocol fault (no status)'

so.... I screwed up & wiped my dna. no recovery img, nothing left on it a side from recovery.

i have team win v2.5.0.0

been trying to use adb sideload to install another rom. my pc recognizes the phone & i get adb running. been trying this method:

going to "advanced" in recovery, then:

adb /kill-server
adb usb

starting up "adb sideload",
adb devices
adb sideload (romname)

every single time, it keeps saying - *failed to write data 'protocol fault (no status)' *



anyone else experience this and know how to fix it?



FIXED!!!!!!!!
--------------------------

Rather then do "sideload", I just stayed in 'Advanced' and performed:

adb /kill-server
adb usb
adb push (romname) /sdcard

it successfully copied the rom to the sdcard folder, then I was able to install the rom just fine.
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Thanks mate! You just saved my day.
I had the exact same problem and couldn't get sideload to work in TWRP 2.7.0.0 on Nexus5. But simple "adb push..." worked.
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so.... I screwed up & wiped my dna. no recovery img, nothing left on it a side from recovery.

i have team win v2.5.0.0

been trying to use adb sideload to install another rom. my pc recognizes the phone & i get adb running. been trying this method:

going to "advanced" in recovery, then:

adb /kill-server
adb usb

starting up "adb sideload",
adb devices
adb sideload (romname)

every single time, it keeps saying - *failed to write data 'protocol fault (no status)' *



anyone else experience this and know how to fix it?



FIXED!!!!!!!!
--------------------------

Rather then do "sideload", I just stayed in 'Advanced' and performed:

adb /kill-server
adb usb
adb push (romname) /sdcard

it successfully copied the rom to the sdcard folder, then I was able to install the rom just fine.
Thanks man... you just saved me a ton of trouble. Tried this on the Nexus 4 and works like a charm!
 
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just wanted to say thanks!

for some odd reason, my twrp (even though its the latest for my nexus7 grouper) had the same flashing no status error)

used the kill, usb, and push commands to copy over 3 different zips (rom,kernel,gapps) and it all copied over ready to flash

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for me it copies the small files but my rom is 1gb plus it gives me the error 'protocol failure' can some one give me a helping hand here?
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for me it copies the small files but my rom is 1gb plus it gives me the error 'protocol failure' can some one give me a helping hand here?
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Three days and All I can do is flash a recovery. Insertcoint goes though and says it's installed but nothing but HTC Screen
 
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so.... I screwed up & wiped my dna. no recovery img, nothing left on it a side from recovery.

i have team win v2.5.0.0

been trying to use adb sideload to install another rom. my pc recognizes the phone & i get adb running. been trying this method:

going to "advanced" in recovery, then:

adb /kill-server
adb usb

starting up "adb sideload",
adb devices
adb sideload (romname)

every single time, it keeps saying - *failed to write data 'protocol fault (no status)' *



anyone else experience this and know how to fix it?



FIXED!!!!!!!!
--------------------------

Rather then do "sideload", I just stayed in 'Advanced' and performed:

adb /kill-server
adb usb
adb push (romname) /sdcard

it successfully copied the rom to the sdcard folder, then I was able to install the rom just fine.
Thanks man. You're lifesaver

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