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new slogan for omc owners is OUR MEMBERS CARE HELP OTHER TO HELP OTHERS.back to the problem try tpt if you get stuck.

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Ok USB driver now installed on Windows, but this is weird.

I run install-superboot-windows.bat and this happens.

Error device not found.

< Waiting for device >


I didn't use 7-zip to extract, does that really matter? I used built in Windows zip.

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can you right click on the device drive and eject it, then do the superboot and see what happens

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I had problems with drivers with my OMC.
What I did was wipe any android drivers from my pc then reconect phone and let drivers install again.First time I ran superboot,I had the same problem as you.

Edited by jikobutsu, 01 November 2011 - 10:14 PM.

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It doesn't show in Computer has a drive. I know it's worked before when the phone was working, but in this mode it doesn't show up.


ZTE Handset Diagnostic Interface(DFU)(COM3) shows in device manager.

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if you follow the guide you should be fine.

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which windows 7 you use .32bit or 64bit? 32bit works fine ,64bit tricky.i think you need to try the tpt method soon.

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4.usb drivers can be got on the forum


Sorry If I'm being dumb, but I can't find them on here? Is there a link?


I can't get the USB to work at all.

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64bit windows

which windows 7 you use .32bit or 64bit? 32bit works fine ,64bit tricky.i think you need to try the tpt method soon.


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which windows 7 you use .32bit or 64bit? 32bit works fine ,64bit tricky.i think you need to try the tpt method soon.

Where are the TPT's ? cant see the thread.
If he cannot get computer to see his OMC,it would be best to do a TPT

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try another usb port that should work.

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try another usb port that should work.


Best to use usb ports on back of computer

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I'v tried all 3 that I have on this machine :(

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yeah think so ,you need to copy the tpt stuff to sdcard using a card reader.if you have one.

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I'v tried all 3 that I have on this machine :(


Go with the TPT method.
I dont know where TPT is for skate.
What you need to do is extract the tpt as a folder called image onto the root of your sd card.
Then power on with volume held up(if I remember right,been some time since I done one)
Some green matrix stuff will happen,then you will boot into your new rom.

Edited by jikobutsu, 01 November 2011 - 10:31 PM.

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http://android.modac...ost__p__1779465
these are the handset drivers link.

can someone give tpt link please for this member thankyou

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So many views on this thread and nobody else gonna lend a hand ?

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Cool, I'm going to try that but I don't have a micro SD reader on me at the moment, but I will try it tomorrow.

Thanks for everyone's help.

What's the correct process for TPT?


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remmber the new omc slogan our members care help others to help others so please help .this is for the comunity stand strong .help please

Edited by wrtease, 01 November 2011 - 10:38 PM.

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Cool, I'm going to try that but I don't have a micro SD reader on me at the moment, but I will try it tomorrow.

Thanks for everyone's help.

What's the correct process for TPT?


1) check md5 for the TPT(very important)
2) extract the TPT to root of sd card
3) make sure the TPT folder is called image
4) power on you device with volume up
5) watch the green matrix on your screen
6) enjoy your new rom :D

note: when powering on with volume up,it is best to hold the volume in before powering up.It has to be at the same time,so this makes it easier

Edited by jikobutsu, 01 November 2011 - 10:45 PM.

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