Do you have the device booted into fastboot mode when you connect the device while the recovery tool is open on PC? If you read the first post of this thread carefully, you'll see where it is supposed to say Device Status: fastboot online.Hello
I have Acer B1-750. And am trying to root this tablet. I have OS Windows 10 x64.
I cant change default ADB driver.
DEVICE STATUS: ADB-ONLINE
DEVICE INFORMATION: 44642664069 device
my hardware id USB\VID_0502&PID_367B&MI_01
i was try also to change in inf file but i cant install after i change it. So i was try to root with ADB driver that i have already installed but i getting that error on all T188.8.131.52 options. Error is "could not open /sys/devices/virtual/backlight"
anyone have some idea how can i change this ADB driver in windows 10. Think so that problem is in that driver? Or not?
It seems like my tablet hasn't locked bootloader (i rooted with Magisk without problems) but i have to use this tool because in fastboot (droidboot) i can't flash nothing (i use fastboot flash recovery) it just says error, and most of oem commands just doesn't exists.
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If you had read this thread carefully you would have understood that Windows can not be installed on your device.Can anyone help me please?
I was messing around with a z3735f intel tablet that had android 6, i used this method to root it and it went all okay....
but then my curiosity started craving me and i realized that if it had a bios setup i could install windows on it, so then i downloaded a version of windows and booted pressing f8 on the keyboard, when it loaded it said something like "flashing bootloader, we need to restart" and then the tablet never booted up again, when i plug it to my pc it never connects and doesnt even sounds when conected, the tablet is off completely and the only sign of "life" is that the processor chip heats up very much, nothing else...
I've read in some forums and youtube videos that it is possible to fix by re flashing the bios but i dont have the tools needed for it and also im not entirely sure if this is the fix for my problem.
can anyone guide me on how to fix my tablet please? thanks
I have a Toshiba Tablet AT7-C8
Follow the instructions, issuing the command T3 tablet restarts, while the computer displays "waiting for device", my question as mode manually fastbot on Toshiba AT7-C8 - because I think this is the problem?
Thank you for your help and sorry for English
Volume down+power or both volume up&volume down+power.
thank you for your fast reply ) that i even didn't hope )
Your device might not even have fastboot mode.thank you for your fast reply ) that i even didn't hope )
VolDown+ power - just powers on the tablet
VolUp+VolDown+power - enters the stock recovery
adb reboot bootloader - tried before, so as the script is also working with that command - just reboots the system
I get no menu with the options as you said, and as i also saw on other tablets
So i kinda lost my hope
I readed about some Thrive Toshiba tablets that they disabled the fastboot in the last updates. But they do have a application that after you install you can rollback the firmware to that version where the fastboot was working. But, that app is not doing any progress on my tablet. And then i've searched for any firmware donwgrades for my tablet - nothing there too. This tablet has just one option - upgrade the firmware through the service update application until the last one, and you don't have any way back after, which is pretty ****ty, cause without root it's just a piece of garbage with 4 GB of storage
Before you proceed to the rooting instructions below, please read this disclaimer:
XDA-DEVELOPERS.COM and I are not responsible for what you are doing to your device. You understand and agree that you are doing this at your own risk.
as for warranty the rule of thumb is if you root you should always consider your warranty voided : i will make no claim otherwise on the subject.
i am just a simple hobbyist from Cinti. OH USA i have no intention to buy devices or users getting mad that they were under some impression this wouldn't void the warranty.
if you root you should always consider your warranty voided