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  1. ieoieo's Avatar
    fastboot - waiting for device

    how connect with device? Phone in Odin mode
    07-27-2016 03:10 PM
  2. LoneWolf_SilentLeaf's Avatar
    Thank you so much lebrnno! It really Works
    08-24-2016 11:56 PM
  3. AMENSIOTO's Avatar
    I\m having the same problem.

    error: no device/emulators found

    I've the latest samsung diver for mobile phones.

    In Odin the same. The device is not recognized even with a memory card.

    What else can I do??
    11-15-2016 06:37 PM
  4. blank54's Avatar
    Try to flash this stock recovery for i8190 using odin.. It works for me

    https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=22945124161945671
    11-19-2016 12:45 AM
  5. OJ51040027's Avatar
    This is the only solution for me.
    I flashed cwm over Twrp and its ok.
    None of other suggestions work. Thanks mate
    Hi, please I have tried flashing cwm, over twrp and it still didn't enter recovery mode, please any other solution?
    11-19-2016 02:05 PM
  6. phicho's Avatar
    this one help me, thanks!
    01-08-2017 06:11 AM
  7. V_enom's Avatar
    Thanks man!!!
    Where are do you live? I want to by you a beer
    I spent few weeks to find this fix
    01-26-2017 02:28 PM
  8. Rottis's Avatar
    I had a really similar problem with my Galaxy S4 Mini [GT-I9192] and was looking at this thread for help. I have cyanogenmod and after factory reset my phone was stuck in a boot loop I could not do anything but launch it in download mode, I accidentaly found a video on youtube with a guy that had the same problem as mine, and in the comments one guy showed this solution:
    -> press Power+Home until the device powers off
    -> when turned off press Power+Home+Volume down until device powers on
    -> keep holding Home+Volume Down until the download mode warning appears
    -> cancel with Volume Down to reboot into Android´╗┐
    It worked for me so i figured out I should post here
    03-07-2017 08:09 PM
  9. Josiah B1's Avatar
    No need to enter the download mode, just leave the teamwin screen loop!

    I had the same problem, here is a help

    1. Download the program "Minimal ADB and Fastboot"
    2. Connect your phone to your computer
    3. Open the ADB and Fastboot Minimal
    4. Type in cmd in the program will open: "adb reboot recovery" without quotes and enter.
    5. Type in cmd in the progam will open: "adb reboot bootloader" without quotes and enter.
    6. Wait, your phone will reboot and see if it worked.

    I hope this helps
    Hi, I'm having the same problem. I followed your instructions, and it seems to do something. Instead of opening teamwin it shows the Fastboot logo. But that's all it does, when I try to give it other commands, it says "wating for device". It never goes out of fastboot mode unless I power off. When I turn back on, my device reverts back to the original problem.
    05-27-2017 02:58 AM
  10. Elijah Bansley's Avatar
    PLEASE help me out here. to help fix this ill specify EVERYthing within my ability.

    First off, none of these solutions have worked for me... and im on a kindle fire.

    Second: my situation. I reset to factory after installing cyoganmod/whatever its called and got into a boot loop when i type adb reboot recovery or just flat out boot the kindle. I cant launch download mode, because all I have is power volume up-down, and i think the combo requires the home button. I have tried power+up/power+down on boot but it just shuts off as soon as the fire in "kindle fire" turns blue. When I type adb reboot bootloader it gets stuck on the Fastboot logo screen, and typing further commands just hangs at "waiting for device"

    EDIT: and i should mention: when i get stuck on fastboot the kindle isnt recognized properly by windows like it does when its stuck on twrp
    08-25-2017 07:47 PM
  11. Felix Yates's Avatar
    No need to enter the download mode, just leave the teamwin screen loop!

    I had the same problem, here is a help

    1. Download the program "Minimal ADB and Fastboot"
    2. Connect your phone to your computer
    3. Open the ADB and Fastboot Minimal
    4. Type in cmd in the program will open: "adb reboot recovery" without quotes and enter.
    5. Type in cmd in the progam will open: "adb reboot bootloader" without quotes and enter.
    6. Wait, your phone will reboot and see if it worked.

    I hope this helps
    When I connect my bootlooped device Windows doesn't recognise it, no sound, and it doesn't even appear in the device manager. The device only turns on as if it was given power but I really don't know.
    05-26-2018 06:39 AM
  12. abhishekss160's Avatar
    it worked for me...but no need of executing those commands...just flash cmw recovery mode over twrp recovery....you can watch a tutorial on youtube "how to install cmw recover using odin"
    06-22-2018 11:05 AM
  13. bbryson73's Avatar
    I fixed my TWRP bootloup on my samsung s3 mini, all I did was download a file called
    i8190 stock - recovery.tar.md5 then open Odin clicked pda and selected file from desktop put phone in downloadmode connected it press start on Odin and boom! worked a treat :-)
    07-30-2018 04:20 PM
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