Beforehand: Sorry to have asked. I was sure it was not duplicate.
I made a soft brick. The story: used Kingoroot or something similar, so was too hurried "yes, please, destroy my rooted device via a firmware update!"button.
Now I have arrived at this exact situation:
- I get an output in the linux console
fastboot deviceswhen starting fastboot (it's
- I can reach the recovery mode
- I get the right answer when testing root in recmode
What I think is true:
- I have downloaded the right firmware for my Huawei y360-u61 (shit but I can not afford a better one)
- When I put this file without further processing on an SD card and run in recmode mode, I should be able to choose "apply the update from an external SD card"and retrieve my phone — But unfortunately it does not work. He rather aborts the installation saying "canceled installation".
- When I chooseapply the ADB update"I should be able to
adb sideload update.zipthe file I downloaded without having to perform other operations on this file and recover my phone. — But unfortunately, the phone is not recognized in this case. The only thing I know is that
fastboot devicesdo not give me anything when I choose "apply the ADB updateIt's the only thing because I do not know anything about advertising magic.
- I should not be able to load the phone laterally just by starting fastboot, because before the crash, I did not allow what I needed in that case, that is to say. OEM unlock and developers mode. — Indeed start on fastboot (where the phone is found by fastboot from the linux shell) and
adb sideloadthe file gives me
error: no device / emulators found.
My hello guessed: update the boot loader / "open it" for side loading. I am here to ask if this is correct and if so, how do we do it. And of course, I want to know if my assumptions are correct or not.
And for the sake of God: how can I turn off the device when it is in fastboot or recmode mode?