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    Quote Originally Posted by primetime34 View Post
    I was getting it after the script ran, but I added the commands to the usr/bin folder and now the commands work but it says "Waiting for Device" and sits there indefinitely. How do I get Ubuntu 11.04 to "see" my device?
    What commands? Are you talking about fastboot and adb? If so, yes, add them to your path. If need be, you might have to download the android sdk to get your system setup correctly for this to work.
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    Fastboot and adb are working now but the script doesn't see my device. Any thoughts as to why that is? I am in fastboot usb on the thrive, but it isn't being seen in Ubuntu. When I type "adb -devices" in terminal I get "List of Devices Attached" and then it is blank. Nothing is listed then I'm back at the prompt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by primetime34 View Post
    Fastboot and adb are working now but the script doesn't see my device. Any thoughts as to why that is? I am in fastboot usb on the thrive, but it isn't being seen in Ubuntu. When I type "adb -devices" in terminal I get "List of Devices Attached" and then it is blank. Nothing is listed then I'm back at the prompt.
    Hmmm. Reboot your device and see if adb can see it.
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    Still not seeing it. Got frustrated, used the windows one, worked fine there

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    Quote Originally Posted by primetime34 View Post
    Still not seeing it. Got frustrated, used the windows one, worked fine there
    OK, sorry you could not get the Linux version to work, but I am glad that you were able to get the DOS one to work.
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    I should have remembered to mention this earlier. Please bear in mind that the latest version of android sdk (for mac, and as some have reported also for Linux) has a fastboot which cannot see the Thrive. If your version of fastboot just keeps "waiting for device" you need to:
    1. Download and install this version of fastboot-mac or fastboot-linux: http:// http://forum.xda-developers.....php?t=1103479
    2. Change the name of the newly installed version from fastboot-mac or fastboot-linux to just plain "fastboot", so that Paul's script can call it successfully.

    Paul, you might-should mention this in your OP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDawg View Post
    I should have remembered to mention this earlier. Please bear in mind that the latest version of android sdk (for mac, and as some have reported also for Linux) has a fastboot which cannot see the Thrive. If your version of fastboot just keeps "waiting for device" you need to:
    1. Download and install this version of fastboot-mac or fastboot-linux: http:// http://forum.xda-developers.....php?t=1103479
    2. Change the name of the newly installed version from fastboot-mac or fastboot-linux to just plain "fastboot", so that Paul's script can call it successfully.

    Paul, you might-should mention this in your OP.
    The correct fastboot for Linux is already included in my package. I did not include on for Mac.
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    DaleNet ROMs Section - Fully Stock Roms and Rooted Stock ROMs for many different regions.


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    OK, just updated the tool to v0.2-rc1. The only big change is I added the ability to unroot the Thrive. This will only work if you are rooted to 0029, so do not even try it if your Thrive is not updated to load 0029.
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    DaleNet ROMs Section - Fully Stock Roms and Rooted Stock ROMs for many different regions.


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    Tried but failed, This would be great for people like me who use windows only when they have no choice. root.sh: line 51: fastboot: command not found, root.sh: line 58: fastboot: command not found.

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    I'm wondering whether those who can't get this working perhaps don't have their PATH set up to include the dir in which the script places fastboot? Paul, would it be possible for the script to check .bash_profile and make sure the right PATH= command is in there (and, if not, add it)? The catch would then be that the user would, I think, need to close the terminal and re-start it, since .bash_profile is only read at login(?). Or would .bashrc be the right place to put it?
    Last edited by DeeDawg; 08-14-2011 at 06:39 AM.
    It's anybody's guess whether I'm rooted or unrooted today. Lately I've been back and forth so many times I'm losing track...


 
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