I would go back through the HoB instructions and make sure you have all the necessary components, including the .905 FXZ, .247 support, 7.7 installer, and RSD 5.7. Then try it again.
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You didn't use rsd 5.7Originally Posted by GiovanniTheToker
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USB 3.0 issues - Since there have been many discussions regarding the odd behavior that happens when using a USB 3.0 port to flash, I did some quick research. USB 3.0 inputs on your system are backwards compatible to USB 2- as a direct hub device it adheres to the transmission standards. Maybe a bit too closely.... it turns out that the issue may be more related to the device, in this case the phone, in that while being touted as USB 2 compatible - it may not completely meet USB 2 specs, but fall just short. This is not a problem for 2.0 ports because they are backwards compatible to the original USB standard.
This info is based on text research, not testing, so please don't take it as proven knowledge, just a possibility in this case. There have been many complaints, mostly with audio devices regarding the compatibility issue. I think the reason there is the multitude of companies making parts for these thing internationally and perhaps their qc stds are not up to par......
Hope that helps.
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