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By mwatson, Senior Member on 25th March 2014, 10:48 PM
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My installation of TWRP just bombed out and left me with the android on its back with a red exclamation mark.

When i type "./adb devices" in terminal window on my mac I now longer see my nexus 7. Any reason why this might be?

If I go into stock recovery to side load, my nexus 7 shows up, though I can not side load the stock rom as i'm getting:

"E:signature verification failed - Installation Aborted" is this because i'm trying to flash image-razor-kot49h.zip which I think can not be flashed in side load?

Thanks for looking, Hope you can help!
 
 
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My installation of TWRP just bombed out and left me with the android on its back with a red exclamation mark.

When i type "./adb devices" in terminal window on my mac I now longer see my nexus 7. Any reason why this might be?

If I go into stock recovery to side load, my nexus 7 shows up, though I can not side load the stock rom as i'm getting:

"E:signature verification failed - Installation Aborted" is this because i'm trying to flash image-razor-kot49h.zip which I think can not be flashed in side load?

Thanks for looking, Hope you can help!

Not to familiar with mac but I know that images have to be flashed via fastboot as opposed to the updates that download for auto updates. I would double check the download for corruption. I would restore with fastboot commands to factory and go at it again.
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