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I have followed the steps on the Ubuntu website as it says, and it gets stuck halfway through 'phablet-flash -b'. What makes it worse i then when i try to put it into recovery, and run the code 'adb devices' it doesn't show any devices?

Any help please?

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marked as duplicate by Alvar, Warren Hill, Kevin Bowen, Eric Carvalho, Mitch Jul 31 '13 at 17:44

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Can you paste the full output of what happens? – popey Jul 30 '13 at 13:04

To recover:

Put the device in 'Recovery Mode', and then run:

phablet-flash -d mako -b

IF that fails, revert to factory / Android setup.

Look for: 'Restoring Android'

( You may also need to put phone into 'Recovery Mode' for this to work. )

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