ADB not working in Bootloader
I cant seem to ADB from the bootloader. It works fine when the Xoom is on but when i enter "adb reboot bootloader" it reboots in to boot loader and stops working.
I have the necessary drivers as its showing "Mot Single ADB Interface" under device manager.
When i enter adb devices its saying "list of devices attached" but there is no device under it.
When i enter "adb get-state" it comes back with "UNKNOWN"
04-15-2011 05:48 AM
Bootlooder only work for SBF type functions. Boot loader copies at a binary level block by block.
Flashing you devices:
adb reboot [bootloader|recovery] - reboots the device, optionally into the bootloader or recovery program
In guessing where you are at you would need to push the binary then reboot
fastboot flash boot rootboot.img
Thanks. I forgot to flash the boot img first.
Originally Posted by Debian Dog
The ADB commands are not meant to be used in the bootloader. Only the FastBoot commands are used here. This is just to flash the boot image. Once you reboot, the adb commands allow you to interact with your system and the files on it.
When doing these procedures, EVERYONE needs to be very careful about what they are doing. By not understanding what you are doing and just typing commands, you can break your device.
Do yourself a favor and research the procedures that you are going to attempt and try to understand the basics of what you are doing. This way you will learn more about your device and will feel more comfortable in modding your device. But this will also help reduce the number of users that break their device then run to Big Red or Moto and want to use their insurance because of a mistake they made.
And always remember we are here to help.
Last edited by dimitri407; 04-15-2011 at 07:12 AM.