Saturday, March 9 of the year 2.019
(Google Traslator > Spanish to English)
-I have tried two different "Adb", one, the one proposed by the ubports program when trying to make flash, and another one, from the website of the manufacturer "LG".
-The nexus 5 phone is unlocked from the beginning, I opened command console, pressing "Shift" and click right button in a place where there are no files, chose "open command console" and, try different things:
On restart in fastboot mode:
... while the phone is unlocked ...
-I managed to block it again from command console with the command:
fastboot oem lock
-After I unlocked also, from command console I made the order:
fastboot oem unlock
... The phone restarted, it did a hard reset and nexus 5 remained in factory state.
At this point, it is demonstrated that:
-The USB cable works perfectly fine.
-The driver's are perfectly well installed.
-Windows 7, 32 bit, perfectly recognizes the phone because, when connecting by USB 2.0 from the nexus 5 to the PC, I see "nexus 5" as detected unit, I can enter the typical android folders.
I have to also comment that, I tried to install ubuntu touch firmware, from:
-Windows 7, 64 bits, updated.
-Windows 7, 32 bits, updated.
If I have written, when I started this thread in Spanish, it was with the intention that, if someone with a Spanish language accesses the Ubports forum, it would be easier to follow instructions, anyway I had written in Spanish and then translated to English. In the linux forums there is always the same problem, it would be interesting to make a section in different languages, because this point makes many people who want to try different things, end up not doing them.
Regarding the link that you put me, I had difficulty from another PC, because the download did not work, now I'm on another PC and the download works, I do not understand anything.
I'm going to download the "Adb" that you suggest from the link that you have put me before.
I will comment on the results.
(Of course, in English)