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23rd April 2015, 01:47 PM |#2451  
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Remove the drivers again, reboot and then try pdanet. Try different USB cables as well

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See here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=2429

I did that -again- twice. Still not recognized. It seems that Win 7 does not have the option to look for the drivers or install from disk--that I can find anyway.

pdanet seems to be a program that you install on your phone. I can't get the phone out of fastboot mode to install anything.

Failing the driver installation, how can I get the phone out of fastboot mode???
 
 
23rd April 2015, 02:32 PM |#2452  
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I did that -again- twice. Still not recognized. It seems that Win 7 does not have the option to look for the drivers or install from disk--that I can find anyway.

pdanet seems to be a program that you install on your phone. I can't get the phone out of fastboot mode to install anything.

Failing the driver installation, how can I get the phone out of fastboot mode???

You don't install it on your phone, just use it to install the drivers. Surely you can reboot out of fastboot, hold the power button for as long as it takes. If you can't you might have to remove the battery.
23rd April 2015, 02:55 PM |#2453  
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You don't install it on your phone, just use it to install the drivers. Surely you can reboot out of fastboot, hold the power button for as long as it takes. If you can't you might have to remove the battery.

You can't remove the battery - it's a OnePlus One!
23rd April 2015, 04:08 PM |#2454  
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You can't remove the battery - it's a OnePlus One!

I admit its a bit hard for the average user to do but still possible.
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I admit its a bit hard for the average user to do but still possible.

I think I will pass on that fix but thanks anyway..... I did the phone out of fastboot mode but still working on the driver issue. How do you do it with pdanet? Can't find anything on that.

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This is goofy. I re-installed the drivers yet again, rebooted the computer and plugged the phone in without fastboot mode, just on. Phone shows up, no problem. Put the phone into fastboot mode---nothing. Not showing on devices or with fastboot command.
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When I try fastboot device it doesnt return the serial number. I installed the drivers 4.4W.2
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