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Accidentally entered TWRP (Team Win Recovery Project) and no idea what to do

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#21

Yes, it did always connected to the PC. I tried different cables, but no luck.


#22

Did you get a blue light indicating fastboot mode?


#23

When I start this “flash-for-windows” batch-thing nothing visible happens. Should ther be any reaction on my phone? Or on my computer?


#24

After a while you get back to the command line, so don’t disturb it. If there is no reaction, there are also no errors.


#25

So as long as the blue light is on and the logo is shown, my phone’s silently working on ist own and has an invisible “do not disturb”-sign on its office-door? :wink:


#26

As long as your computer is busy running commands. If you’re in a console, and it returns you to “name of directory >” then it’s done with the previous command.


#27

So there should have been an black window like the one ilcrio posted some hours ago?


#28

Yes.
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#29

There has not been anything like that… What does that mean?


#30

Ah I see, you are just clicking the program. I thought you were opening your own console to run it. Was somewhat confused as I’m not a Windows user myself.

I honestly don’t know why it does not open a console. I hope a Windows user will be able to help you further here.


#31

How did you start the “flash-for-windows” file exactly?

The instructions say to double-click. And then a black window should open. Maybe it opens in the background? But there should be an icon in the task bar, too.
BTW, which version of windows are you on?


#32

Moin Ingo,
du bist auch aus Hamburg, richtig?


#33

Looks like my problem at my last attempt was the fierwall in the office. Now at home a black window opens saying:
“ERROR: Checkums do not match, try to download the manual update again.”

I tried to download the files again, same result…


#34

What lines are given before this error message?


#35

The lines are:
“Validating files…
System could not find path.
ERROR:…”


#36

So, like in the earlier example I linked to the real error is a path not being found by the computer’s OS in the process of checking, not the checksums.

Which script do you start and how exactly do you start it?


#37

i have exactly the same problem…
have you found a solution already?


#38

I changed PC and the upgrate worked.
I did lost all my data on the phone by the way. All!