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17th October 2014, 02:27 AM |#51  
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Im sick and tired of this...

I've tried the Saijin_Naib

fastboot flash system system.img
sending 'system' (123882 KB)...
OKAY [ 10.662s]
writing 'system'...
FAILED (status read failed (Protocol error))
finished. total time: 16.255s
what a load of crap. Im selling this zt(urd)e
 
 
17th October 2014, 10:59 PM |#52  
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Im sick and tired of this...

I've tried the Saijin_Naib

fastboot flash system system.img
sending 'system' (123882 KB)...
OKAY [ 10.662s]
writing 'system'...
FAILED (status read failed (Protocol error))
finished. total time: 16.255s
what a load of crap. Im selling this zt(urd)e

I'm seeing that this error can be caused by faulty USB port or cable according to some other people.

Can you get a 100% known working USB cable and plug the device into a port on your motherboard (if on a desktop, powered port if on a laptop), and unplug every other USB device and try again?
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I'm seeing that this error can be caused by faulty USB port or cable according to some other people.

Can you get a 100% known working USB cable and plug the device into a port on your motherboard (if on a desktop, powered port if on a laptop), and unplug every other USB device and try again?

WOW... I'm here to tell you ThANK YOU my friend. You are a gentleman and a schollar..

I've changed the cable and it turn out IT IS the cable. It was a brand new LG's cable from a E612.

I can confirm that the issue is made by the cable. I used an old blackberry one...

Now i can use 1.4

thanks again!
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WOW... I'm here to tell you ThANK YOU my friend. You are a gentleman and a schollar..

I've changed the cable and it turn out IT IS the cable. It was a brand new LG's cable from a E612.

I can confirm that the issue is made by the cable. I used an old blackberry one...

Now i can use 1.4

thanks again!

Good! Glad you got it working.
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