A few recognized devices will have available twrp and rom but will still figure as not compatible. In that case it is because Free-Droid does not know (yet) how to unlock and install twrp onto your device brand.
Thanks for reporting here.
I just redownloaded and checked on my side, but everything works fine for me. To my knowledge, it is not necessary to launch the exe with admin privileges. Does it work if you launch it with a normal double-click?
Is there otherwise anything insightful in the log file?
Yes I tried with admin and without, same result. The second step is where it fails, checking for version update. Not sure what is happening here, since the software doesn't install (it runs without installing in Windows) it's verifying that I have the latest release version. So if the check determines I need an updated version might that be a difference in what you see and what I'm getting? In other words, am I having an issue because I need an updated version but something is interfering? I'll check the log and message back. Thank You!
Yes, it's a non-starter.
Still, you can try it out by finding a Rom for that device (look for it on XDA with the codename of your device) and in free-droid select your rom zip file. I can't guarantee that it's going to work, but if you find a rom and you try it out, I'd be happy to read the feedback. If all is fine and the rom proves stable, I can save it so other users with the same device can use it right away.
That didn't work. Just keeps saying reboot your device. Done that half a dozen times. Perhaps I'll try the Windows version.
Tried the win version. Same result. Looking in the log, it says it's tried to run heimdall.exe in a directory that doesn't exist. It thinks I have the files in /users/user/Downloads/ whereas they are actually in /usuarios/user/descargas/.
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