When you click on the batch file to start it don't run it as administrator, just click open. Sorry if you've already figured it out.Hi All, So frustrated...the process is straightforward yet I have tried it several times without success.
The problem is that even after running the batch file the connections status stays "Disconnected". I have ran adb commands to my phone before with Minimal ADB (for immersive mode), so I know the phone connects and the drivers work.
I have ran the Andromeda's batch script file this two ways (dont know if this matters)
- while having the Minimal ADB & Fastboot installed
- after installing ADB with the 15-sec ADB Installer, I uninstalled the Minimal ADB first
The command window appears and disappears too quickly so I cant provide a screenshot with the contents. One thing I've noticed is that after running the batch file the device connection appears as "unauthorized". However, I can get it back to reconnect by unplugging and replugging the USB cable back.
I have tried to uninstall-reboot-reinstall (Substratum and Andromeda) and uncheck-reboot-check USB debugging (OEM unlock is unavailable in my phone). No success. Dont know what else to do :`( Any ideas???
Running Galaxy S9, Android 8.0, Tmobile, Snapdragon on original stock theme. Windows 10.0 Home (build 16299).
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