[Q] Stuck on fastboot "sending 'system'" [SOLVED]

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Nbsss

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Aug 11, 2012
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H, trying to get back to 100% stock prior to RMA.
Ran the flash-all script in fastboot.
It's sucessfully flashed the bootloader, boot image and recovery.
It is now been 40min on the "sending 'system' (736772 KB)" stage.
It doesn't usually take that long, usually a few minutes.
Any ideas?

I'm thinking of flashing twrp again and then flashing a stock rom but can't find a non-rooted version to flash through recovery.
Any help appreciated, thanks!
 
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Aerowinder

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Aug 11, 2012
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H, trying to get back to 100% stock prior to RMA.
Ran the flash-all script in fastboot.
It's sucessfully flashed the bootloader, boot image and recovery.
It is now been 40min on the "sending 'system' (736772 KB)" stage.
It doesn't usually take that long, usually a few minutes.
Any ideas?

I'm thinking of flashing twrp again and then flashing a stock rom but can't find a non-rooted version to flash through recovery.
Any help appreciated, thanks!
Try different cable/USB port.
 
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sevasnex

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For me, it still doesn't work.

I've tried
* 3 different cables
* 6 different USB ports on Windows machine.
* 6 different USB ports on Linux machine.
* a USB port on Mac.

It gives me my devices with `fastboot devices` but ANY other command just hangs.

Is there other way to install GSI that won't use `fastboot`?

Note: I've poked around the drivers on Windows extensively.
 

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    H, trying to get back to 100% stock prior to RMA.
    Ran the flash-all script in fastboot.
    It's sucessfully flashed the bootloader, boot image and recovery.
    It is now been 40min on the "sending 'system' (736772 KB)" stage.
    It doesn't usually take that long, usually a few minutes.
    Any ideas?

    I'm thinking of flashing twrp again and then flashing a stock rom but can't find a non-rooted version to flash through recovery.
    Any help appreciated, thanks!
    Try different cable/USB port.