Seems like you no longer have TWRP, if your screen shows no command with a green android then thats stock recovery.
That is the stock amazon recovery, you have lost your TWRP, and i think your efuse is blown too.Thank you for your prompt response and advice.
I've attached a photograph of the screen after I attempt an 'adb reboot recover'. No green Android!
No response to any of the buttons on the Controller except the on/off button which causes a normal reboot of the stick.
I wouldn't get too excited for this system update. Once you update to that version before the full ota image is released, you blow an efuseAnother system update is on the way - (NS6281/4054)
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That was quick. Thanks again
@rbox , Despite the warning, I installed this stock image as is from TWRP, then mounted /system, removed efuse.sh and ewriter from /system/bin, reinstalled Magisk, then rebooted. Is this procedure safe from blowing the efuse? Is there an easy way to test using ewriter? I was coming from the @rbox -prepared most current prerooted image. @Skel40, @Sus_i @SweenWolf, @Pretoriano80 @k4y0z what do you think?
If you removed ewiter then you should be good to go. That is the file responsible for blowing efuses. But you should know amazon can add some other files to do the same thing. So keep an eye on these folders and check for any added files also.@rbox , Despite the warning, I installed this stock image as is from TWRP, then mounted /system, removed efuse.sh and ewriter from /system/bin, reinstalled Magisk, then rebooted. Is this procedure safe from blowing the efuse? Is there an easy way to test using ewriter? I was coming from the @rbox -prepared most current prerooted image. @Skel40, @Sus_i @SweenWolf, @Pretoriano80 @k4y0z what do you think?
Thanx for your response.
I haven't noticed any functional changes, but a fair number of apps have been updated since the intial 22.214.171.124 rollout.
Not worth at all, a lot more bugs, size grows too.
can you add new prerooted image for https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...stock-images-6-2-8-1_r2.3983091/post-85725921 ?
P.S. Last post from rbox was Jul 18, 2021 Last seen Sep 27, 2021
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Hi guys, apologies for the noob question as I'm v new to android, i've followed the guide and successfully unlocked my firestick 4k, just wondering exactly how I go about flashing this image.
If someone could point me in the direction of an idiots guide that would be great.
*** enable adb debugging in Fire TV settings ***
*** connect stick to pc via usb to connect the stick to adb server ***
*** check if stick is seen by adb server***
sudo adb devices
you should see something like:
List of devices attached:
**reboot to recovery:
adb reboot recovery
**push rom zip and magisk:
adb push ./Magisk-v20.0.zip /sdcard/
adb push ./mantis-126.96.36.199-rooted_r1.zip /sdcard/
**go to shell from adb:
twrp install /sdcard/mantis-188.8.131.52-rooted_r1.zip
twrp install /sdcard/Magisk-v20.0.zip
**wipe cache (maybe not needed but helps)
twrp wipe cache
** install Magisk Manager (run command from PC in the folder where you put MagiskManager-v7.3.5.apk)**
adb install ./MagiskManager-v7.3.5.apk
* ** open it and check magisk is installed!! ***
** disable update
(ATTENTION! after executing "su" command go to the fire tv screen and wait for magisk manager to accept the root and click to accept!!)
** if su worked prompt changed from
**disable these 2 apps
pm disable com.amazon.device.software.ota
pm disable com.amazon.device.software.ota.override
**clear a pending update and delete the last searched thing from settings. **
pm clear com.amazon.device.software.ota