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dt_matthews

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i hope i did everything correct....from what i remember i enabled USB debugging from before...i installed minimal ADB and fastboot and automatically it opened a cmd prompt on this folder....when i connect the usb it takes power from there and continues to restart...so when i write in the prompt "adb reboot bootloader" it says "error: no devices/emulators found

That is more than likely because the adb driver has not been correctly installed for your device.

If you look in Device Manager what does it list for your phone?

It needs to say something along the lines of 'Android Debugging Interface' / 'ADB interface' etc.

If it doesnt say that then adb will not be able to 'see' the device.
 

dimko83

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That is more than likely because the adb driver has not been correctly installed for your device.

If you look in Device Manager what does it list for your phone?

It needs to say something along the lines of 'Android Debugging Interface' / 'ADB interface' etc.

If it doesnt say that then adb will not be able to 'see' the device.

nothing on device manager. And i do not know how to install them since the moment i connect the usb the device restarts
 

dt_matthews

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nothing on device manager. And i do not know how to install them since the moment i connect the usb the device restarts

I've just read all the messages - if your device is bootlooping its unlikely it will ever get to the stage when you can send the adb command to reboot to the bootloader.

Sounds like you will need to use the flash tool to rectify your problems.
 

dimko83

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I've just read all the messages - if your device is bootlooping its unlikely it will ever get to the stage when you can send the adb command to reboot to the bootloader.

Sounds like you will need to use the flash tool to rectify your problems.

If you read the messages then you read that i am a noob! :) What flash tool? what to do? how to use it? Thanks for taking the time to help me
 

Mortyk

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Xiaomi Mi 9
Moto E6s
Please update to latest binary

Hi all.
I tried to install thos rom from Philz Touch based on CWM v.6.0.4.8, but have errors.
First error:
assert failed: getprop "ro.product.device" == "ME173X"
I fix it by delete first string in updater_script

Second:
Please update to latest binary...
And install aborted

Attached files: 1 - my build.prop, 2 - photo cmw

How can to fix it and install rom?
 

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    Introducing CyanogenMod for the Asus MeMO Pad HD7​


    I have been working on CM 10.1 for ME173X for a couple months now, it took me a while as I had never heard of MTK before I got this device. I have come to a good start point for anybody that wants to build for MTK devices.

    Anybody should be able to use this source to start building for there own device, so please do not ask if this can be ported, you can build it yourself.


    RULES OF THIS THREAD:
    1. Do NOT ask for an ETA!
    2. Do NOT ask if this can be ported to another device!!!
    3. Do NOT PM me with questions about this, if you are trying to develop for another device then comments are welcome.
    4. Please use the thanks button instead of posting a thanks reply

    Let's keep this as clean as we can to help devs get going and contributing to the development.


    This is an alpha build, so expect nothing to work.

    Links will be up soon, please be patient.

    If you would like to help in the development, you can initialize the repo with this command to get started. For now these are simple changes that should get you to a point that it will boot. The only thing required is for you to set up your device files. This also includes my latest CWM based recovery so it should work for small recovery partitions.

    Code:
    repo init -u git://github.com/BSydz-MTK/android.git -b cm-10.1

    My sources can be found here: http://github.com/BSydz-MTK
    Kernel Source can be found here.

    Credits: xplodwild, chrmhoffmann, bgcngm

    XDA:DevDB Information
    CM 10.1 Asus MeMO Pad HD7 Alpha, a ROM for the Android General

    Contributors
    BSydz
    ROM OS Version: 4.2.x Jelly Bean
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
    Based On: CyanogenMod

    Version Information
    Status: Alpha

    Created 2014-03-21
    Last Updated 2014-03-21
    13
    Thanks, for the help on the ETA thing.

    I am still working on this, but many hours are spent learning more about MTK, I have only owned an MTK device for about 4 months, and never heard of them before this tablet. When I get something working, I will definitely post updates. Lately my water heater broke and other things have come up, so I have had to deal with real life stuff. I have many ideas how to fix things, just need time to get through all the code, debugging, logcats, bug reports, kernel logs, and device specifics. It can take hours just to find an error in the logs. Not to mention the hours it takes to compile it after you make changes, only to find out that it still doesn't work, or you missed a ) in some code.

    Again please be patient, this is not a port, where you can make a few edits and have something work, nor swap precompiled libs from Stock ROM.

    Again, please follow the thread rules.

    RULES OF THIS THREAD:
    1. Do NOT ask for an ETA!
    2. Do NOT ask if this can be ported to another device!!!
    3. Do NOT PM me with questions about this, if you are trying to develop for another device then comments are welcome.
    4. Please use the thanks button instead of posting a thanks reply

    Let's keep this as clean as we can to help devs get going and contributing to the development.
    12
    Overclocking is gonna take some time. It is all kernel related, a ROM cannot make it oveclock. I have not found any example of a successful MTK overclock. This is mainly because the kernel source is difficult to work with, if it will even boot.

    I am still working on the ROM, I have just been working on 10.2 and 11. 10.2 boots, but 11 doesn't. We will need a custom kernel for kitkat. These things take time to setup and get working, so please be patient. Any help would be appreciated.

    Sent from my ME173X using Tapatalk 2
    11
    General Installation info

    INSTALLATION:

    Flash in a custom recovery:

    1. Copy zip to sdcard
    2. Boot to recovery
    3. Make backup
    4. Install zip from sdcard
    5. Select custom ROM zip
    6. Accept install
    7. Reboot
    8. Enjoy!

    Sideload after build:
    In same terminal as the build
    Code:
    adb reboot recovery
    In recovery:
    Make backup in recovery if needed
    Choose Install from sideload
    Code:
    adb sideload out/target/product/ME173X/cm-10.1-20140322-UNOFFICIAL-ME173X.zip
    You will have to change the date according to the date of build.
    7
    First off, this is stellar. I'm pretty sure you just managed to achieve the impossible. You'll go down in history as the man who got Cyanogenmod on a MTK device! Congrats!

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using xda app-developers app

    Thanks, but I am not the only one. Lots of credit goes to xplodwild, chrmhoffmann, and bgcngm. I am just setting it up so that it is accessible to anybody that wants to help. They have made more progress than me as far as getting things working, I just know from experience that if you put the code in front of peoples face, they will be more likely to contribute something to the project. Since we don't have that base to start from, I figured I would put it together and let everybody at it.