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The phone is stock. I also can’t use tools like MobileTrans or whatever because of that.
Even though I can’t see what’s going on, my power and probably volume buttons still work. First the problem was somehow with drivers, but I got advice to uninstall all drivers Motorola, Nokia, Samsung which I had qdb my PC, and to reinstall just motorola drivers, and that fixed problem.
Adb will not find Motorola Droid Razr | Motorola Droid RAZR
My phone keep on restarting every 1 min while showing dead android picture in a meantime. I installed the motorola drivers for Windows 7.
Probably the data wipe warning is buried somewhere deep in the legal agreement; also motorola-global-portal.
The last USB ijterface conected to this computer is malfunctioned windows can not recognize it. Sign up using Facebook. Have you seen these posts: Windows Phone 8 Development and Hacking. I have the similar issue It’s amazing how massive the headache is compared to how conceptually simple the problem need to enable one setting and can’t is.
This phone has been working with adb for a while now, but just doesn’t work anymore. I had to use it. I can verify that adb works and detects other phones.
Motorola Droid Razr HD
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Subscribe to Thread Page 1 of 2 1 2. I read the thread here http: I have no idea what fastboot is other than a tool that I have in my ADB installation. All of them give options how you can see what usually is displayed on your device’s screen, and thus let you re-enable USB debugging.
Ok I’ll just, uh, croid the “boot into fastboot and use it” button? Even though I had updated my device drivers with Motorola Device Manager, apparently Windows didn’t like the driver.
I’ve been having a horrible time getting my device to root. I’ve also tried all the different USB ports on my computer. Simply keeps disappearing after the first time it works, and then I have to reset again.
Motorola Droid Razr HD USB Driver (Official)
Do I use fastboot for something? Jason C 2 The flood of advice like “yes just select X and Y in the boot menu” seems to help nobody with this problem because, obviously, the screen is broken.
Given that drop damage is the most common cause of accidental smartphone failure and that USB debugging is required to transfer system data for some reason the Android folks tied the concept of “transferring data” to “development tool”it boggles the mind why there isn’t a more robust interface for this or at least a non-arcane working how-to out there somewhere for people who reasonably don’t want to spend a week of their life becoming an expert on Android kernel image development and debugging.
I can’t use ADB because of that.