Maybe you can help me, please! I am trying to get my Huawei Mate 9 off ver EMUI 8. I have loaded universal adb drivers, but when I connect my Huawei, to either USB3 or USB2, I see HDB Interface in device manager under Other with a warning. It is set to transfer files and the selective suspend is disabled. It is seen in File Explorer and I can access it that way. If I open adb and enter adb devices, it sees nothing. What am I missing?Try this:
1. Another USB Cable
2. Use another USB Port (USB 3.0 Port to USB 2.0)
3. Switch Device from "Charging" to "File Transfer" Mode
4. Install the latest Device Driver or Universal USB Driver
5. Windows: Click "Change advanced power setting" on your chosen Plan and expand "USB Settings". Under "USB Settings" Section, expand "USB selective suspend setting" and change it to "Disabled" for On Battery and Plugged In.
I fell into the same conundrum a few weeks ago - until I discovered this work around.Fastboot not working...
Device manager in Windows 10 sees the phone in adb - rebooting to fastboot no phone detected.
Tried to scan for hardware changes, disabled driver signature for win 10, changed usb ports, tried 2 other PC:s and one Mac, all the same! Of course I have tried numerous adb drivers, xiaomi usb drivers and so on.
Adb looks fine:
List of devices attached
After running "adb reboot fastboot" the phone reboots to fastboot as intended.
Being in fastboot mode when I try e.g. fastboot device it gets into the < waiting for any device > state and nothing happens. therefore the "windows_fastboot_update_rom.bat will not work either.
GitHub Download links are 404'd...Updated v1.0.4 & ADBKit v33.0.2
• Few Changes
• New Screenshots
ADB & Fastboot++:
• Few Installer Changes
• Updated Platform-Tools
• Updated Universal Adb Driver
• Updated Platform-Tools
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• Download the latest Versions from Releases Tab
• Versions: Installer, Portable & ADBKit • Android Debug Bridge & Fastboot updated to latest v1.0.41 (Version 33.0.2-8557947, May 2022)
• Installation Folder chooseable (Installer) • Desktop & Start Menu Shortcuts (Installer) • Toolkit • View Commands, How-To enable Developer Options & USB Debugging • Add to System Path Environment (Installer) • Optional Universal ADB Driver Installation (Installer)
• Uninstall Bloatware without Root Access (They are just being uninstalled for the current User) • Re-install uninstalled Apps • Install Kernel (Reboots automatically to Bootloader, Popup Menu) • Install Recovery (Reboots automatically to Bootloader, Popup Menu) • Install APKs (Popup Menu) • Install APK Bundles/Split APKs (Desktop/ABI Folder - Installer, ABI Folder inside Portable) • Push Files (Popup Menu) • Check Firmware Version • Check Android Version • Check Kernel Version • Check Firmware Build Date • Check Kernel Build Date • Check Security Patch Date • Check IMEI • Check IP Adresses • Check App Packages • Check Process Activity (Real Time) • Take Screenshots (PNG Format) • Video recoding - 30, 60, 120 & 180 Seconds (Without Device Sound) • Reboot the Device • Reboot to Bootloader • Exit Bootloader to System • Reboot to Recovery • Create Bugreport (Saves on Desktop) • Create Logcat (Saves on Desktop) • Exit (adb kill-server & close Toolkit)
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• Windows OS • USB Driver for your Device or Universal ADB Driver (Included in the Installer) • PowerShell for the Toolkit
1. Install the USB Driver for your Phone or Universal Adb Driver. 2. On your Phone, go to Settings > About Phone. Find the Build Number and tap on it 7 times to enable Developer Options. 3. Now enter System > Developer Options and find "USB debugging" and enable it. 4. Plug your Phone into the Computer and change it from "Charge only" to "File Transfer" Mode. 5. On your Computer, browse to the Directory where you extracted the Portable Version or use Tiny ADB & Fastboot++ Shortcut. 6. Launch a Command Prompt with Open CMD.bat or use Tiny ADB & Fastboot++ Shortcut. 7. Once you’re in the Command Prompt, enter the following Command: adb devices 8. System is starting the ADB Daemon (If this is your first Time running ADB, you will see a Prompt on your Phone asking you to authorize a Connection with the Computer. Click OK.). 9. Succesful enabled USB Debugging.
1. AMD Bug? - https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/fix-fastboot-issues-on-ryzen-based-pcs.4186321/ 2. Switch Device from "Charging" to "File Transfer" Mode 3. Install the latest Device Driver or Universal USB Driver 4. Try another USB Cable 5. Use another USB Port (USB 3.0 Port to USB 2.0) 6. Try to execute Fastboot Command without connecting your Phone, and once it says "waiting for device" plug in your USB Cable 7. Windows: Click "Change advanced power setting" on your chosen Plan and expand "USB Settings". Under "USB Settings" Section, expand "USB selective suspend setting" and change it to "Disabled" for On Battery and Plugged In. 8. Try another PC
1. Download ADB_&_Fastboot++_vXXX.exe 2. Follow the Installers Instructions and select where you would like to install ADB & Fastboot++ 3. After the Installation Wizard has completed you can select to start ADB & Fastboot++ 4. You should see a Command Window open, now you can use ADB and Fastboot Commands
1. Download ADB_&_Fastboot++_vXXX_Portable.zip 2. Extract the Zip Archive 3. Double click on Open CMD.bat 4. You should see a Command Window open, now you can use ADB and Fastboot Commands
1. Download ADBKit_vXXX.zip 2. Extract the Zip Archive 3. Double click on Open CMD.bat 4. You should see a Command Window open, now you can use ADB Commands