Robin Factory Images and USB Driver

Discussion in 'Tools' started by Razer|Khanger, Mar 29, 2017.

  1. Razer|Khanger

    Razer|Khanger Administrator Staff Member

    Hey all, here are the factory images that you'll need to flash our devices back to stock:

    Driver
    USB Driver

    Factory Images

    Marshmallow 6.0.1
    Nougat 7.0
    Nougat 7.1.1

    Kernel Source
    Nougat 7.0
    Nougat 7.1.1

    To flash back to stock you need to do the following:
    1. Save your data somewhere just in case
    2. Go to Settings > About phone > Build number and tap on it 7x
    3. Go to Developer Options and enable
      1. OEM unlocking
      2. USB Debugging
    //INSTRUCTIONS for Windows//
    1. Plug your Robin into your PC
    2. Boot your Robin into Fastboot mode (Power + Volume Down)
    3. Type fastboot -i 0x2c3f oem unlock-go and press Enter and let your phone reboot fully and go back to fastboot mode
    4. Open a command window in the directory containing the image files (With the folder open, press Shift + Right click)
    5. Type flash-all.bat and press Enter
    6. Your phone will flash all the necessary files and reboot

    //INSTRUCTIONS for Mac//
    1. Plug your Robin into your Mac
    2. Boot your Robin into Fastboot mode (Power + Volume Down)
    3. Type fastboot oem unlock-go and press Enter and let your phone reboot fully and go back to fastboot mode
    4. Open Terminal and navigate into the directory containing the image files
    5. Type ./flash-all.sh and press Return
    6. Your phone will flash all the necessary files and reboot
     
    Last edited: Jun 7, 2017
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  2. DarkExistence

    DarkExistence New Member

    Great! Thanks khang!
     
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  3. Elmar2001

    Elmar2001 New Member

    Really thanks man.Have been waiting for this image

    How can I remove the encryption for twrp? Format data is still good ?
     
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  4. NYCHitman1

    NYCHitman1 New Member

    Yeah, but keep in mind that if you're using a build of a ROM that doesn't support it -- it will re-encrypt on system boot.
     
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  5. wkkwan

    wkkwan New Member

    Thanks khang for the 7.0 stock image!
     
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  6. ootaharuki99

    ootaharuki99 New Member

    Still no support for Linux?
     
  7. Razer|Khanger

    Razer|Khanger Administrator Staff Member

    No sorry, we don't have the script for Linux users.
     
  8. ootaharuki99

    ootaharuki99 New Member

    The mac's script runs also on Linux with a little modifications. However, robin's fastboot binary has a non-standard option "simu_flash". It disables me to run the script with the standard fastboot command. If you build that special fastboot binary for Linux, I can run it properly. Even if you can't do, giving us the source is helpful for us.

    Thanks.

    The kernel source does not include code for the qcacld wifi driver. Could you please add it?

    Chris

    Can you please also post complete kernel source history? That was request looooong time ago already.

    Chris
     
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  9. wyntre

    wyntre New Member

    Has anyone tried to remove the ./ in front of the fastboot commands for Linux? Just wondering if that would help. I am working on getting my work stuff off my phone so I can start ROMing my Robin.
     
  10. chrmhoffmann

    chrmhoffmann New Member

    Yeah, it doesn't work. I had to do it from windows.

    Chris
     
  11. crian

    crian New Member

    You can flash the system.img and boo.img with TWRP.
    The rest of the factory image can be flashed via fastboot.
    And if you are unencrypted you can flash SuperSU straight after the system and boot flash to stay so.
     
  12. Pancode

    Pancode New Member

    thanks for this! I have a feeling I'll need to use this soon lol
     
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  13. antihazard

    antihazard New Member

    Hope to see here Android O link soon. (hehe)
     
  14. crian

    crian New Member

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  15. eggslake

    eggslake New Member

    Do we use fastboot -i 0x2c3f oem lock to re-lock bootloader?
     
  16. mingjie

    mingjie New Member

    I used to have Omnirom running on my Robin. But then I decided to give the official a try. But unfortunatelly I did not turn on the "allow OEM unlock" toggle in he system, which in the end, after I used the official flashing script to flash the phone, resulted in a brick. The custom recovery is gone (now I have the official recovery), and I can't flash the official image in.

    When trying to use "fastboot -i 0x2c3f oem unlock" I got an abort of "NOT ALLOWED".

    Anything I can do to fix it? Please help!
     
  17. Razer|Khanger

    Razer|Khanger Administrator Staff Member

  18. mingjie

    mingjie New Member

    :-( That's unfortunate. Can you get me started on email? I have contacted the email support already, so you guys should have my email address. Plus I didn't have a great experience with my last replacement... (Last time it's because a screen bad pixel) Hope it's going to be better this time.
     
  19. Razer|Khanger

    Razer|Khanger Administrator Staff Member

  20. ToHellWithGA

    ToHellWithGA New Member

    What ever happened to getting a Linux compatible flash-all script?