Nexus 4 - can't flash recovery image
Hello. I'm getting "can't flash recovery image" after about 15 seconds when trying to flash a Nexus 4. I can't find anything in the logs. Not sure where to even start.
PRODUCT_NAME - mako
VARIANT - mako 16GB
HW VERSION - rev_11
BOOTLOADER VERSION - MAKOZ10o
BASEBAND VERSION - M9615A-CEFWMAZM-2.0.1700.48
CARRIER INFO - ______
SERIAL NUMBER - ___________
SIGNING - production
SECURE BOOT - enabled
LOCK STATE - locked
Your fastboot seems locked,
look here to unlock it : https://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-4/general/nexus-4-guide-unlock-bootloader-root-t2266654
sudo fastboot oem unlock
Thank you very much. Sorry for the noob question.
A tip for other noobs: When it boots into 'UBPorts Recovery' just let it sit there. Resist the temptation to jack with it. Go have a cup of coffee, maybe two. After 10 to 15 minutes it will boot into Ubuntu.
@oops-idk-really yes.... the files are being copied to the phone, just follow the instructions in your PC. Patience
I'm new to this and my english isn't good. After years using Ubuntu on my laptop I now tried to install U-Touch on my nexus 4, but I only get to "Ubports Recovery". How do I have to go on from there?
Thanks in advance for every help! :-)
Double post here : https://forums.ubports.com/topic/696/trying-to-install-on-nexus-4
The last post from lashenric can be deleted isn't it ? (you can delete my post too)