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By Freak07, Senior Member on 21st July 2018, 01:26 PM
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22nd July 2018, 04:37 PM |#21  
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Could you please post everything from your terminal?

And update the fastboot and adb binaries with the one from the following link for your current OS beforehand

https://www.xda-developers.com/googl...ary-downloads/

No it doesn’t matter I did the same.

I downloaded the SDK tools and it updated my adb + fastboot, from what I can tell, and now I have a different result. I attached a screenshot.
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22nd July 2018, 04:49 PM |#22  
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I downloaded the SDK tools and it updated my adb + fastboot, from what I can tell, and now I have a different result. I attached a screenshot.

You may need to update your usb/mtp drivers on windows. And reboot your machine afterwards. I cannot help with that as i use Linux/ubuntu. But go into device manager and see if something pops out or has an exclamation mark when the device is connected in fastboot mode.

Basically what you do for adb with “adb devices” do also for fastboot as check.

If “fastboot devices” has an output you’re good to go. Also try different usb ports.
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You may need to update your usb/mtp drivers on windows. And reboot your machine afterwards. I cannot help with that as i use Linux/ubuntu. But go into device manager and see if something pops out or has an exclamation mark when the device is connected in fastboot mode.

Basically what you do for adb with “adb devices” do also for fastboot as check.

If “fastboot devices” has an output you’re good to go. Also try different usb ports.

DONE!!!

I updated my USS/MTP drivers, and switched to the USB cable that came with the phone(don't think that was necessary) and it FINALLY.WORKED!

Thanks soooo much for your help.

22nd July 2018, 05:30 PM |#24  
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Thanks. Work for me too
Any way to boot img from device?
22nd July 2018, 05:32 PM |#25  
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DONE!!!

I updated my USS/MTP drivers, and switched to the USB cable that came with the phone(don't think that was necessary) and it FINALLY.WORKED!

Thanks soooo much for your help.

Glad I could be of help and you finally got it
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Any way to boot img from device?

No. I wouldn’t recommend to tinker with this device without a pc nearby that has a fully working adb/fastboot environment.
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DONE!!!

I updated my USS/MTP drivers, and switched to the USB cable that came with the phone(don't think that was necessary) and it FINALLY.WORKED!

Thanks soooo much for your help.

It is always suggested to use the original cable, as others often don't work properly. Also tried with usb c to USB c cable, because I have a pci card with usb-c, but that didn't work either. Then used the original cable again and it worked fine.

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23rd July 2018, 03:18 AM |#28  
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No. I wouldn’t recommend to tinker with this device without a pc nearby that has a fully working adb/fastboot environment.

I've been living the essential phone dream/nightmare. Our decrypt doesn't work either, but we disable all fingerprints, swipes, pins, etc. Then it doesn't care and let's us use data partition.. I'm glad to see this device got fastboot boot commands though, really getting the itch to buy one.
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I've been living the essential phone dream/nightmare. Our decrypt doesn't work either, but we disable all fingerprints, swipes, pins, etc. Then it doesn't care and let's us use data partition.. I'm glad to see this device got fastboot boot commands though, really getting the itch to buy one.

That’s different issue though. Also inherent to the pixel 2/xl devices currently but no really big deal.

You won’t be able to use the data partition at all when your phone is encrypted, regardless of pin/pattern etc.

But we may get it eventually
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That’s different issue though. Also inherent to the pixel 2/xl devices currently but no really big deal.

You won’t be able to use the data partition at all when your phone is encrypted, regardless of pin/pattern etc.

But we may get it eventually

you got the best squad behind you. itll come, i bet more sooner than later.
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24th July 2018, 03:34 AM |#31  
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That’s different issue though. Also inherent to the pixel 2/xl devices currently but no really big deal.

You won’t be able to use the data partition at all when your phone is encrypted, regardless of pin/pattern etc.

But we may get it eventually

if you need any hashing power i can lend that if you need any passwords need to be cracked or if you have any hashes that you want to test to see what algo they are using if that would help
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