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Piloti
post Jun 2 2019, 10:04 AM
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In short, I am trying to flash my Gemini using the Flashing Tool. I am using Ubuntu 18.04. The image attached shows the issue :
Below the image of the "dummy device" on the left, there is nothing. On the Flashing Guide provided by Planet, there is some "technical information" about the connected device. This is how the NVRAM backup is created.
I don't have any connected information. You will also see that Ubuntu clearly "sees" the device, so I am baffled to know what is going on.
ANy clues from anybody...... ?
THanks.
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Kero
post Jun 7 2019, 01:29 PM
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Ubuntu sees a bit too much. Maybe a running OS, rather than a bootloader?

Switch off the Gemini, then connect it?
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Piloti
post Jun 8 2019, 09:01 AM
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QUOTE(Kero @ Jun 7 2019, 10:29 PM) *
Ubuntu sees a bit too much. Maybe a running OS, rather than a bootloader?

Switch off the Gemini, then connect it?



Yes, I have tried with the Gemini powered on and powered off and, basically, the same thing. I have tried it on Ubuntu and a Windows laptop [whomever though Windows 10 was a good idea??????] which I've borrowed for the job. Alas, little success on either machine. I hate Android and all those who made it......
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