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Need a little help flashing radio.img

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28th May 2014, 09:46 PM   |  #1  
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Ok it's hopefully just something I'm overlooking but haven't gotten it to work so far. I have ADB and Fastboot set up on computer and the phone is T-Mob m8, unlocked, rooted, TWRP, Custom ROM, S-Off, Super CID. I have downloaded the radio zip, extracted the radio.img and put it in the adb folder in my c drive. Now I followed a couple of steps posted:

Fiash via adb:
1. Download the radio.img above
2. Put the radio.img file into your ADB folder
3. Open up command prompt and copy and paste the EXACT lines
4. adb push radio.img /storage/sdcard0/radio.img
5. adb shell
5. su
6. dd if=/storage/sdcard0/radio.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p20
7. adb reboot

I get cannot stat "radio.img" no such file or directory any suggestions? thanks




but each time i get a file not found so what is
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http://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=fi...a606a03d8be1b9

i used this to fix my radio problems. flashable in twrp
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Okay, make sure the radio.img is in the folder you have adb and fastboot setup, then do the following once your phone is connected to your computer:

Open command and type the following:

Code:
adb reboot bootloader

fastboot flash radio NAME_OF_FILE_.img
Then reboot your phone afterwards.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Da Kine

Okay, make sure the radio.img is in the folder you have adb and fastboot setup, then do the following once your phone is connected to your computer:

Open command and type the following:

Code:
adb reboot bootloader

fastboot flash radio NAME_OF_FILE_.img
Then reboot your phone afterwards.

Thanks! got it working, I knew I was having a vegetable moment, I was putting the radio.img in the actual adb folder. Once I removed it from there and put it in the c: drive folder it worked like a charm
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