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Join Date: Feb 2013
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Originally Posted by tangellofello
I was trying to install Cyanogenmod from 7.4.6 and ended up stuck in TWRP, so on my way to trying to restore the Kindle I ended up in a bootloop. Purchased a factory wire and plugged it in and got into fast boot, entered adb shell su -c "reboot bootloader", and after daemon started successfully I get an error that says
"error: device not found"
During this error my kindle is plugged in with a factory wire in fastboot.
Tried using KFHD_SRT anyways and does not do the trick. Anyone have an idea?
1. You don't use adb commands in fastboot mode
2. That command is to get it into fastboot mode (which the cable does for you because that command requires the kindle to be able to fully boot up)
3. You might not need to restore the system
Can you boot into twrp still?
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