Originally Posted by klsystem1
worked perfect yesterday on 3 devices. The only thing I recognized was that I had to make a factory reset before... pre installed google playstore can't cope with the script.
my questions so far: Why should I block OTA Updates ? I only want to use Nova Launcher and playstore. Is there a OTA blocking necessary ?
Nova and Firelauncher for choose would be great, but at the moment only Nova Launcher is present. (After factory set too!).
Thank so much for that supertool ! christmas is saved for 3 young boys.
Factory reset doesn't mess with system files and the launcher was one, Nova Launcher is once you've used the script. OTA blocking stops it updating and if it does it'll very likely wipe the nova and play store, and more importantly possibly block the methods used to get them installed.
The fire launcher can be found in the op here and installed. http://forum.xda-developers.com/amaz...ncher-t3239540
Originally Posted by Butcher98
I'm getting the device to show up in ADB on the driver check, but when it goes into fastboot it doesn't show up. Using Windows 7 btw. Any ideas?
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That's down to there being different device drivers for the Fire (and all android devices tbh) in fully running and fastboot modes. Need to check your drivers whilst it's in fastboot mode.
Originally Posted by Dr.TheMaster
The earlier version of the SuperTool (before 5.1.1 options ) had no problem with me on 5.1.1 at all.. I installed Google apps and it worked like a charm.. but the latest version (December 17th 2015) I open the .bat file.. is shows adb devices attached.. it shows my device as usual and then it just turns off.. it does not show the 9 options that I should get.. I tried to run it as administrator and had no luck with it.. can you please explain to me what i can do? BTW I still have the older version and it is still working.. anyway thanks for helping us out
Yeah I had that problem yesterday, tried today and without changing anything it works. So bit bemused on that one.