11-01-2016 05:32 AM
Without more information, it's hard to say what the problem is. My guess from that error is that your command prompt is not looking at the correct file path. You need to follow this instruction:
Specifically, you need to Shift+Right Click in the location that you unzipped 1450.zip to.
Since the batch file contained in that zip isn't part of the PATH environment variable (and you don't want it to be), you can't arbitrarily call it from any old location, you must have launched your command prompt in the path containing the batch file (or used the 'cd' command to get the appropriate path).
For example, if you are seeing these in the prompt
C:\Users\SomeUserName> (default for a user command prompt)
C:\Windows\system32> (default for an admin command prompt)
Then you will need to cd to the path where you unzipped the 1450 zip instead, for example
C:\My\Path\to\1450> (from this point you can then run the command for the .bat file).
11-05-2016 04:39 AM
11-06-2016 11:59 PM - edited 11-07-2016 12:03 AM
I'm not sure if you're trolling or not, but I'll make one last go of it. So, without trying to be condescending, I think you might want to learn a few more basics regarding how computers work and the command line interface in Windows works. Try one these two as a simple starting point:
Your 'cd' command as per your image (http://community.nextbit.com/eiwez93462/attachment
So, looking at your image, you have actually unzipped the files to your Downloads library in Windows. To get to that folder, in your command prompt type the following (exactly as it appears below, or copy and paste from below) and hit enter:
Then you should be in the correct folder to be able to run the commands as per the instructions at the start of this thread (which you will need to follow very closely). In all honesty though, I encourage you to learn some further basics about the command line, as without being confident about what you are doing, you could make a mistake that renders your phone (or your pc) useless.
Best of luck nevertheless, I hope you get a working phone again!
EDIT: As a side note, if you are wondering how the %HOMEPATH% thing worked, it's using variable expansion built into the windows shell and the CLI. You can read about it (and other similar commands) here:
11-11-2016 01:01 AM
11-11-2016 01:07 AM
11-12-2016 07:42 PM
needed help, device got bricked after updating to ww_450 update, it's non-rooted and bootloader locked. unbrick is just stuck at sending system command for almost a hour and half. i don't wish to unlock bootloader as the device been used for transactions,
can i get help reviving my device. have 1450.zip downloaded
11-14-2016 09:53 PM
I have a same problem, but how to unlock bootloader, becasue we cannot able to go the andriod software. is that any way to unlock bootloader from recovery mode/fastboot mode..please help. my device is brand new, not even used a bit, after unbox just tried to setup, it asked me to update, i update, its stuck, please help.
11-26-2016 12:08 AM - edited 11-26-2016 01:27 AM
My Robin is rooted and running TWRP. After a full system wipe and multiple attempts using two separate computers and two different copies of "1450.zip" I have a rather odd boot loop. After multiple flashes and boot attempts - I realised that the phone is not flashing completely. There is a point where it sends the Key_info partition. The first read succeeds and the write fails with "Remote Failure - Partition does not exist". But for some reason; the flash script continues and says that it succeeded. I've currently managed to reflash TWRP and move to another ROM.
EDIT - I managed to get back to stock using Flashable twrp images for the latest ROM. However, a hunt through the logs shows that the partition 'usb-otg' is failing to mount and read.
EDIT 2 - Exact Error -
sending 'KEY_INFO' (0 KB)...
OKAY [ 0.038s]
FAILED (remote: partition table doesn't exist)