adb shows my device is offline. I reinstalled the drivers and updated the sdk.
The only way my cpu will detect it is if it in recovery, It wont detect at fastboot or hboot. Im stuck at the green htc screen. My device wont boot up. Im trying to push system.img.
can any1 help
Last edited by mleet1980; 16th November 2010 at 09:47 AM.
I understand what you are trying to say. But his phone is listed as offline in recovery mode. How would he go about on getting adb to recognize his phone. It would his phone id but after that it would say offline. And where do you find these binaries?
binaries are found with google(pretty sure it's somewhere in with the other android dev stuff), then just put the binary with your adb binary(sdk/tools) and if it is being seen as offline then the recovery he is using doesn't support adb in which case not really sure.
if you have clockwork installed i believe there is an option to mount sdcard as you would from the os, then it should appear as a drive on your comp and you can copy files over.
why are you trying to push system.img? what end result are you aiming for?
Thanks I found it right after I posted. His problem is he's stuck at htc screen and s-on so might push system.img and/or userdata.img. can't do anything else. Tried to flash PC10img but says older version yadda yadda. Any suggestions.
did you come up with a solution? I can get into recovery mode. tried appling and update.zip for both the original and latest version. I have tried factory reset. I can get the serial number with adb devices but it says offline. I had found a solution where I could put the PC10IMG.zip but it says its an older version. but I found via 14344-how-to-fix-a-bricked-g2-or-root-new-g2s-with-kernel-fix pm cyanogenmod that I could push a new misc.img which would get ride of that error message. but I have to be able to use the adb push and/or adb shell.
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