Originally Posted by Packer2058
Brother please help I am a noob. What steps to take and how to go about this. I am very desperate and unlocked phone so no warranty. Idk how to enter that code and where. Or what to do with the /dev/block/mmcblk0p14 :/ any help would be appreciated pls?
Okay, no problem...
Look at this thread and make sure you have downloaded the sdk or another copy of adb and for mac. ADB and fastboot are the command line programs, you are going to use ADB to fix your phone. Look at this
thread so you can use ADB and fastboot and are familiar with the commands you're gonna need to use.
Download the version of busybox listed below, unzip it and also put this in the folder with ADB before you get started. Quotes below are just used for emphasis.
1. Go into your fastboot/adb folder on your mac, you should see the file "adb" in the folder. You may need to put a "./" in front of your commands i.e. ./adb devices, or ./adb push to actually execute them... Connect your HOX to your mac with USB.
2. Open a terminal window, make sure that your term session is in the same folder that contains your adb files. You can type "ls" <enter> and you should see the adb files and any other SDK files listed. If not, in mac you can drag the icon from the the top of the finder window into your terminal and it will change to the appropriate directory for you.
3. Type ./adb devices <enter>. It should output the serial of your phone. If you don't see anything listed after ./adb devices command you probably are in wrong folder. When you see confirmation of you serial, move on...
4. The following steps are attributed to the user globatron (Thanks!) who I found the fix from on the flyer forums:
You're going to type or copy and paste the following commands to check and then reformat the partition.
./adb push busybox /data/local/tmp
- (you should see okay
at the end of the dialogue) This will move the busybox file to your phone needed to format.
- (then type su which will give you superuser if you don't have it already) your command prompt will change from the "$" to "#" don't type these.
Now just to check that the partition is still there type:
(you should see a list of 20 partitions, most importantly is this one)
179 14 26476544 mmcblk0p14
If you see the above line after you do your cat command go to the next steps.
Type the following or just copy and paste without the #:
# chmod 755 /data/local/tmp/busybox
# /data/local/tmp/busybox mkfs.vfat /dev/block/mmcblk0p14
That should do it. Disconnect from your computer and reboot.