How do I do that sorry I don't speak great English I'm pain in the ass man
That is an old version. A quick XDA search suggests it is the fastboot you downloaded from XDA.
Okay I was able tom get fastboot --version saying the newest fastboot version but still when I reboot into bootloader and type fastboot devices nothing happens just makes a new line and when I type fastboot flashing unlock it says < waiting for any device >That is an old version. A quick XDA search suggests it is the fastboot you downloaded from XDA.
Make sure you are running the fastboot.exe that you downloaded from the link I gave you. You can check by looking at the last line of output from the fastboot version command.
Make sure you are in the same directory as the new fastboot.exe and try the version command again.
If that doesn't work, then run the command with the fully-qualified executable name, eg
Is the tablet in fastboot mode and connected to the PC?Okay I was able tom get fastboot --version saying the newest fastboot version but still when I reboot into bootloader and type fastboot devices nothing happens just makes a new line and when I type fastboot flashing unlock it says < waiting for any device >
I just don't get it it has the latest drivers but still doesn't work
Try both. Does Windows load a different driver for each, or same?
DM me on XDA.
Dear and knowledgeable readers!
Being a longtime lurker, your tireless work and dedication to the community have enabled me to unlock and root many different android devices over the years and I am deeply grateful this place exists.
Right now, I plan on adding the recently released
Lenovo Smart Tab M10 FHD Plus 2nd Gen [ZA5T0302SE / TB-X606F, I believe]
in the WLAN/4GB/64GB variant to my collection. Having grown accustomed to the luxury of root access, I was wondering if anyone already had some experience with rooting the device and would be willing to share his / her knowledge with me.
Especially, I was wondering if this guide for the TB-X605F, which I have successfully used in the past for my older model, would (in principle) be applicable, as long as I could obtain the corresponding firmware for the newer one, which might be available here (as soon as GD wills it).
Any advice / support would be highly appreciated!
[Sidenote]: To my best ability, I wasn’t able to find an existing thread on the topic of rooting the device in question and I hope to have chosen the right forum to post it in (or if the general Q&A would have been the better fit?). If not, dear mods, please be lenient with me and simply move the thread to the proper subforum.
Hello dear Android users...
I've got the 3/64GB version of this device (ZA5T0300US) and this method of rooting did not work for me. When I check root in Magisk Manager, it says ctsProfile:false & basicIntegrity:true, so root doesn't work. I tried multiple times and every time had this same result. My ROM version is TB_X606F_USR_S100055_2001030016_V5.196_BMP_ROW (extracted ROM folder name). Are you sure your root actually 100% worked? What is your ROM version?
Yes. Flash stock unmodified vbmeta.img with this command:
fastboot --disable-verification flash vbmeta vbmeta.img
And your device will boot again with magisk patched boot.img
I used Magisk 20.4 together with TB_X606F_S300007_200923_BMP.zip
And I now have a Lenovo TB-X606F rooted with Android 10