Lol. Test. OK.
You make me laugh.
Seriously though don't test with all of them.
Just do the unlock. And reboot make sure that part works.
Just thought of it. I did not go from stock to the permissive boot. I had a different modified boot.img that only removed the encryption first then I did the permissive. That might be a needed step.
Before you flash any more try "fastboot boot permissive-boot.img"
To make sure it boots before committing to flashing it .
Mine are still in the Walmart return window, so I want to do this sooner rather than later.
The unlock part worked great... waited 30 seconds on warning, booted to a fresh Google set up, re-enabled USB debugging and OEM unlock.
The permissive boot img flash succeeded, as well as the two partition formats. Then the fastboot reboot killed it.
I will do a "fastboot boot" instead of "fastboot flash" next time. Which is permissive-boot.img? Is that the rca-boot_permissive-20170316-1706.img ?
I have successfully rooted this tablet thanks to you and vampire! Thanks so much!
For some odd reason, for every device I buy, I can't go without root.
Okay, the next thing I'm gonna do is get the Xposed framework on this tablet. The FlashFire method won't work as the app crashes upon selecting a zip file to flash.
I tried the flashing it via the modified flash and CWM but I get the 255 error, it wouldn't flash.
Again, I can't thank you guys enough!
There was an odd issue with the cwm and the way it mounts the device. And as you noticed from the directions , there is a needed adb remount before SuperSU would flash, maybe try that. But I am not sure if exposed will work or not.
Just for makeing a note in the op what was your build number.
And did you follow the order of steps "as is" or slightly different.
I ask because there have been problems.
As far as I know Xposed doesn't work on Intel device's, that aren't 100% Google compliant.
Unless that has changed, last time I talked to the Xposed developer he said it would never work, and he would never change his source to include any device not compliant with Google's source code.
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