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4th November 2019, 04:32 PM |#29771  
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Not everyone on this site is male

Forget that the phone was made by HTC and focus on the fact that it's a Google phone. Yes, booting to TWRP (I doubt you'll find an installable version) and installing a custom ROM would be typical. There are flashing instructions in most custom ROM threads which is where I linked you to earlier.

Thanks Sister,now i m going to download suitable files and then flashed the Nexus 1. Thanks for your help.
4th November 2019, 06:08 PM |#29772  
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Hi, I got the suggestion from someone on the Evolution X Rom thread for note 3. Updating modem could apparently help? I did some research and found other threads that provided the latest baseband and bootloader. I then grabbed the files and went to Odin and flashed bootloader first in the BL slot and got fail because nand write start failed. I tried flashing the baseband in the CP slot and the result was another fail because of nand write start failed. I am really confused to why this is happening. I tried switching Odin versions but nothing changed. Also for my phone in download mode, it says SECURE CHECK FAIL: aboot, SECURE CHECK FAIL: modem. I have even tried disabling antivirus protection because felt like maybe it could solve the problem but no luck.



Extra information:

- Device model: SM-N9005

- Codename: hlte

- Current Android vers: 9.0 (Pie)

- ROM: Evolution X 2.1 ROM



Files attempting to flash:

- Bootloader

- Baseband/modem



Here is the whole part of the download mode screen on my device and what it says:

Attachment 4865491 Attachment 4865493



Here are the Odin screenshots:

BL: Attachment 4865497

CP: Attachment 4865499



I hope someone can help me

Are you certain that the bootloader and modem that you are flashing is for your specific model number?

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5th November 2019, 04:21 PM |#29773  
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hi all,
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I have not found a section about the Meizu U10, so I have it here, do not hesitate if my post disturbs I will move it.
I have to perform a dump of a Meizu U10, the OS is Flyme 6.0.
I connected the phone to multiple PCs and I still get a device error and when I look in error manager 43.
So I thought the USB port defective, I replaced it (this one is a circuit independent of the motherboard)
I always have the same mistake, and I do not know what to do.

I am open to any proposal before doing a chip off of the device.
Would it be possible to root and dump the phone via the phone's SD port or maybe someone already had this problem?
FYI when I connect the phone to the PC, I have the USB debug and the e file transfer that appears on the phone screen.
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5th November 2019, 11:36 PM |#29774  
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Hello,
I need urgent help,
Now whenever I install a new app which needs superuser and root, the Magisk manager automatically denies the super user rights...

I Certainly made the option to Prompt, but no prompts appears at all, and even when I made it to automatically grant superuser rights, it also automatically denies the superuser rights....

Sometimes some apps grant the super user rights after some time, but other apps Never grant superuser access whatever I do...

Any fast help please
5th November 2019, 11:52 PM |#29775  
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Hello,
I need urgent help,
Now whenever I install a new app which needs superuser and root, the Magisk manager automatically denies the super user rights...

I Certainly made the option to Prompt, but no prompts appears at all, and even when I made it to automatically grant superuser rights, it also automatically denies the superuser rights....

Sometimes some apps grant the super user rights after some time, but other apps Never grant superuser access whatever I do...

Any fast help please

for a quick fix, within the magisk manager, if everything else is working correctly, you can manually set if the app is allowed root. Its in the menu, under superuser. Generally, you would be best to ask your question on the magisk specific thread, and will most likely need to supply a logcat.

https://forum.xda-developers.com/app...mless-t3432382
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6th November 2019, 12:11 AM |#29776  
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Originally Posted by ahmadpower

Hello,
I need urgent help,
Now whenever I install a new app which needs superuser and root, the Magisk manager automatically denies the super user rights...

I Certainly made the option to Prompt, but no prompts appears at all, and even when I made it to automatically grant superuser rights, it also automatically denies the superuser rights....

Sometimes some apps grant the super user rights after some time, but other apps Never grant superuser access whatever I do...

Any fast help please

Cross posting both here and in the Magisk support thread is frowned on. It's explained in the forum rules that you agreed to on signing up.
6th November 2019, 12:34 AM |#29777  
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for a quick fix, within the magisk manager, if everything else is working correctly, you can manually set if the app is allowed root. Its in the menu, under superuser. Generally, you would be best to ask your question on the magisk specific thread, and will most likely need to supply a logcat.

https://forum.xda-developers.com/app...mless-t3432382

Thank you, but unfortunately there is no option to manually add an app to the list ( so as to be able to enable or disable superuser rights), as you can see in the attached screenshot HERE .

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Cross posting both here and in the Magisk support thread is frowned on. It's explained in the forum rules that you agreed to on signing up.

First : No , I didn't see any such rule when signing up , neither explained nor not explained .
I ask you to see me this rule ( if you can ) .
Second : I registered through linking account , not a normal sign up .
Third : Are you an admin or a moderator or OP , or something ?!
6th November 2019, 01:53 AM |#29778  
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Thank you, but unfortunately there is no option to manually add an app to the list ( so as to be able to enable or disable superuser rights), as you can see in the attached screenshot

I did not say "add" I specifically said "set", and it was also the reason I explicitly stated "if everything else is working correctly".

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Third : Are you an admin or a moderator or OP , or something ?!

That is irrelevant, you don't need a policeman to tell you that you are breaking the law, for your actions to be illegal.
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6th November 2019, 01:57 AM |#29779  
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@ktmom is this very helpful chick who goes above and beyond on helping 'fellow' xda-ers resolve many many issues with all aspects of android. spends countless hours researching issues with devices , roms , apps , etc. and kindly will provide links when available to prevent users from spending the time she spends on searching.
because she points out a specific xda rule , wether we've read or not ; to assist us in not making the same mistake twice is no reason to 'cop' an attitude (as it reads to me that you have done).
ktmom and the rest of the @ xda-ers that help out in these help threads are doing so in there "free" time. for
FREE
. please show the minimum of respect to them. thank you ,
mrrocketdog.
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6th November 2019, 04:09 AM |#29780  
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Just like ChainFire stopped developing SuperSu. People don't work for "free" forever. They have lives, families and jobs. It's a good reason for users to regularly donate to developers to keep them motivated.

Additionally, with each major Android release, there have been significant changes to Google APIs and restrictions placed on apps. Some can be overcome by petitioning Google, others just affect functionality.

Nothing in life lives forever.

This is actually inaccurate information.
A Chinese company (CCMT) bought SuperSU from Chainfire. They kept him on as an adviser/developer for a year (or maybe two?). Once he was done with his contract, SuperSU died. CCMT stopped development on it.

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Thank you, but unfortunately there is no option to manually add an app to the list ( so as to be able to enable or disable superuser rights), as you can see in the attached screenshot HERE .

---------- Post added at 11:34 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:19 PM ----------



First : No , I didn't see any such rule when signing up , neither explained nor not explained .
I ask you to see me this rule ( if you can ) .
Second : I registered through linking account , not a normal sign up .
Third : Are you an admin or a moderator or OP , or something ?!

When you signed up, you got a link to the rules with a suggestion to read them.
If you didn't read them then, you should read them now.
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6th November 2019, 05:31 AM |#29781  
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Are you certain that the bootloader and modem that you are flashing is for your specific model number?

Sent from my SM-S767VL using Tapatalk

It should be since the first 5 characters of the file name is N9005 which is my device model number.

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See my picture ! It is very simple. Why you don't read ?

I pulled out the battery, reinserted the battery, opened Odin and still got the same results; fail.
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