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By voxigenboy, Senior Member on 17th April 2014, 07:28 AM
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22nd April 2015, 10:32 PM |#31  
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Quote:

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

I was trying to push a folder of .zips to /sdcard/ and this worked great and removed the 'protocol failure.' It also transferred faster than previous times? I don't if that is the
Code:
adb usb
or it's just so happen to be faster this time (300mb+ of files).

I changed
Code:
/kill-server
to
Code:
kill-server
, which works. I also did
Code:
adb root
. I don't know if that makes a difference, I have it enabled for ADB only.

Anyway, thanks!
 
 
2nd June 2015, 06:15 PM |#32  
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bro thanks but
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Originally Posted by voxigenboy

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!!!!!!!!
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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.

it says error : closed
8th June 2015, 06:20 PM |#33  
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it says error : closed

same here, totally stuck now
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