Join Date:Joined: Dec 2014
I desperately tried to adb, but the only command that worked is adb sideload, but it wouldn't load the update.zip that has the correct build.prop in it. According to another thread on this, a sprint verification is needed somehow. I'm not sure what that means but it looks like it may be a dead end, I don't know, but I will try anything. I tried updating all the adb drivers, I updated everything in the sdk files and am using android studio. The adb version I have is 1.0.32. I'm not sure if that is the most up to date driver or not, but tried many things to try and update them more, and it wouldn't update any further. I cannot use any other commands in adb and people in other threads were saying that the drivers were not updated, otherwise I would push the build.prop. Does anyone know how I can update the adb drivers properly? Or if I can fix the build.prop another way?
Obviously the other method is flashing stock rom which I've also tried with the custom .dll but it didn't work. I think it might be a problem with the dll. I saw that someone had an lg g2 as well with the same problem and used the flashing method but said that he found the device's .dll file and just renamed that .dll file's name to his correct g2 one and it worked, but I can't find a SM-6900F .dll. I don't know if that would work anyway, or if I just need a proper .dll file that accomodates my model and the SM-6900F to work with flashing the stock rom? Thanks so much once again.