Originally Posted by Droidriven
Your options are:
A USB or MTP connection only allows you to view files, you can only access and modify the user space, not system.
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I'm okay with any option as long as I can get my device back lol. I'm trying to communicate with the device using ADB and Fastboot commands, but no luck yet. I've downloaded Motorola Device Manager and attempted to use their drives, still nothing. I even tried using composite drives from both fire device and Motorola, nothing. If I uninstall the device, unplug it from my computer and plug it back in, PC refers to it as "QHSUSB_BULK." So it's still communicating something with my PC, but I can't find the right driver to receive a response.
If I plug the device into Linux, all of the files in the partitions are visible. Would I have better luck communicating with the device via Linux or does it not matter?
Any suggestions? I've through a few forums already on QHSUSB_BULK, but all of the solutions relate to other devices or older firmware. One OP mentioned flashing the device with something like QDLoader? But he commented the fix would not work if I was using 188.8.131.52.
Any help would be appreciated.