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8th December 2018, 01:56 AM |#42491  
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Originally Posted by BasharSYR

Hi
How could i flash a Stock ROM without a PC ?
I have ROOT & TWRP
My PC is dead now and i won't fix (cuz of exams xD)
And thank you!

Wait, are you asking for your Samsung device?

If so, you said it is rooted, go ahead and try the mobile Odin app, it flashes the stock .tar.md5 the same as you would use with Odin on PC.

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I don't own a computer I am looking to Root either my ZTE Max blade or my LG K20 plus is there any program that I can install on one of the other phone is to act as a computer to do the USB connection to download the the ADB

Well, its "possible" to run a linux OS on Android without root, but I very highly doubt it would run adb in a manner that could be used to root the other device.

Even still, to even get the OS to run in a manner that would actually be usable to install the proper packages to even be able to use adb/fastboot in any kind of effective manner at all is slim to none, not to mention the very slim odds of it being able to interact with another device in a manner that can push files the way you need to that device.

Long story short.....

No, just, no.


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10th December 2018, 01:59 AM |#42492  
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Root for j5 prime sm-g5700
I've read some post about rooting this specific model, but im not sure with one should i follow.
Anyone who have this phone can help me with a guide which you are sure it work with this model? im pretty new at rooting, previus root was using kingroot, which i guess is the simplest way to root, so i dont know much about odin, twrp or flashing.
PS: this one have android 7.0
10th December 2018, 02:11 AM |#42493  
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Originally Posted by oeg91

I've read some post about rooting this specific model, but im not sure with one should i follow.
Anyone who have this phone can help me with a guide which you are sure it work with this model? im pretty new at rooting, previus root was using kingroot, which i guess is the simplest way to root, so i dont know much about odin, twrp or flashing.
PS: this one have android 7.0

What's the model?
10th December 2018, 02:37 AM |#42494  
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What's the model?

j5 prime ms-g5700, build nrd90m.g5700zhu2brh1
10th December 2018, 03:56 AM |#42495  
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What's the model?

They put a title in their post, you can't see it in an app, you gotta view their post in browser to see the title containing their model number. Just a reminder to always look in browser to see if they put a title in their post. Usually, when a user says "this phone" or "my phone" but doesn't post what phone they have, it's because they put a title in their post and they assume that everyone can see it, not realizing that those of us using apps to view the forum can't see the title, they don't know that the title doesn't show in apps.

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10th December 2018, 04:27 AM |#42496  
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What's the model?

Root for j5 prime sm-g5700
It's in the "title" of the post that you can only see on PC and not in apps.
Although I seldom use apps to go onto XDA, I kinda wish they would get rid of the option for a Title. I've seen it cause confusion quite a bit because a lot of people here are using their phones.
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10th December 2018, 05:03 AM |#42497  
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is there a way that I can decrease the width of the navigation bar on my Galaxy s8+? (I'm looking for a set up like the one on OnePlus devices).
10th December 2018, 08:57 AM |#42498  
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is there a way that I can decrease the width of the navigation bar on my Galaxy s8+? (I'm looking for a set up like the one on OnePlus devices).

Rooted or non-rooted?

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10th December 2018, 02:12 PM |#42499  
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They put a title in their post, you can't see it in an app, you gotta view their post in browser to see the title containing their model number. Just a reminder to always look in browser to see if they put a title in their post. Usually, when a user says "this phone" or "my phone" but doesn't post what phone they have, it's because they put a title in their post and they assume that everyone can see it, not realizing that those of us using apps to view the forum can't see the title, they don't know that the title doesn't show in apps.

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10th December 2018, 05:47 PM |#42500  
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Fiesta IC6
Hi, everybody,

I rooted my Fiesta Duo I6C China phone (Fiesta_I6C_V06_2015_1130) using Kingoroot app. It went well and then I got the brilliant idea of replacing kingoroot's su for SuperSU. I followed this tutorial (Step 6 was what I did) but I got distracted and forgot to install Super SU apk (Step 6.1). I rebooted and the nightmare began. I wasn't able to boot anymore, phone stayed stuck at boot screen.

Then, I made things worse. I decided to clean my mess by performing a factory reset using the built in bootloader (Android System Recovery <3e>).


What happened? well now I have a non booting phone that does not allow adb access because USB debugging is no longer enabled.

I am a linux-only user, with moderated skills, and I am open to suggestions.

fastboot can be initiated, and both phone and computer can see each other.
Code:
$ fastboot devices
0123456789ABCDEF	fastboot
More information about the phone
Code:
$ fastboot getvar all
(bootloader) 	max-download-size: 0x8000000
(bootloader) 	partition-size:userdata: 32000000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:userdata: ext4
(bootloader) 	partition-size:cache: 10000000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:cache: ext4
(bootloader) 	partition-size:system: 60000000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:system: ext4
(bootloader) 	partition-size:metadata: 2760000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:metadata: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:nvdata: 2000000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:nvdata: ext4
(bootloader) 	partition-size:frp: 100000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:frp: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:expdb: a00000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:expdb: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:logo: 800000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:logo: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:para: 80000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:para: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:keystore: 800000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:keystore: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:secro: 600000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:secro: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:oemkeystore: 200000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:oemkeystore: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:recovery: 1000000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:recovery: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:boot: 1000000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:boot: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:lk: 60000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:lk: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:seccfg: 40000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:seccfg: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:protect2: a00000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:protect2: ext4
(bootloader) 	partition-size:protect1: a00000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:protect1: ext4
(bootloader) 	partition-size:nvram: 500000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:nvram: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:proinfo: 300000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:proinfo: raw data
(bootloader) 	partition-size:preloader: 40000
(bootloader) 	partition-type:preloader: raw data
(bootloader) 	off-mode-charge: 1
(bootloader) 	warranty: no
(bootloader) 	unlocked: yes
(bootloader) 	secure: no
(bootloader) 	kernel: lk
(bootloader) 	product: ESKY6580_WE_L
(bootloader) 	version: 0.5
all: Done!!
Finished. Total time: 0.014s
Solution seems quite easy, isn't it? Install TWRP and then flash stock rom again. However, there is no information about this phone anywhere, or at least I couldn't find any. What can I do?

When I perform phone's own system check from the built in recovery, it detects the manually manipulated files (su, for instance).

When I try some other fastboot commands, this is what I get:

Code:
$fastboot oem unlock
(bootloader) Start unlock flow
FAILED (remote: 
Unlock operation is not allowed
)
Finished. Total time: 12.030s
Code:
$ fastboot oem bootlog
FAILED (remote: unknown command)
Finished. Total time: 0.008s
Code:
$ fastboot oem mmcinfo
FAILED (remote: unknown command)
Finished. Total time: 0.007s
Code:
$ fastboot oem info
FAILED (remote: unknown command)
Finished. Total time: 0.007s
This is the phone: Fiesta_I6C_V06_2015_1130


Any help will be really appreciated.
Regards.
10th December 2018, 06:31 PM |#42501  
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Originally Posted by carlosalvatore

Hi, everybody,

I rooted my Fiesta Duo I6C China phone (Fiesta_I6C_V06_2015_1130) using Kingoroot app. It went well and then I got the brilliant idea of replacing kingoroot's su for SuperSU. I followed this tutorial (Step 6 was what I did) but I got distracted and forgot to install Super SU apk (Step 6.1). I rebooted and the nightmare began. I wasn't able to boot anymore, phone stayed stuck at boot screen.

Then, I made things worse. I decided to clean my mess by performing a factory reset using the built in bootloader (Android System Recovery <3e>).


What happened? well now I have a non booting phone that does not allow adb access because USB debugging is no longer enabled.

I am a linux-only user, with moderated skills, and I am open to suggestions.

fastboot can be initiated, and both phone and computer can see each other.


More information about the phone


Solution seems quite easy, isn't it? Install TWRP and then flash stock rom again. However, there is no information about this phone anywhere, or at least I couldn't find any. What can I do?

When I perform phone's own system check from the built in recovery, it detects the manually manipulated files (su, for instance).

When I try some other fastboot commands, this is what I get:






This is the phone: Fiesta_I6C_V06_2015_1130


Any help will be really appreciated.
Regards.

It could be oem_unlock etc. Type fastboot oem help and see if that defines anything. Also if you didn't toggle the oem unlock switch in developer settings, you maybe out of luck unless you can just boot a twrp img, do your stuff and boot out of it. As for the twrp image...does your device have one?
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