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Re: System images now the recommended way to deploy and update Ubuntu Touch


On 09/06/2013 02:39 PM, Robert Park wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 5, 2013 at 2:51 PM, Stéphane Graber <stgraber@xxxxxxxxxx
> <mailto:stgraber@xxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>     Anyone using one of those devices can choose to switch to the new images
>     using: phablet-flash ubuntu-system
> I just did this and it "bricked" my phone (screen black, can't get it to turn on
> regardless of what combinations of button presses i might hold down). Here was
> the error message during flashing:
>  INFO:phablet-flash:Saving backup to /tmp/tmp2bEBC2
> INFO:phablet-flash:Pulling /tmp/backup.tar.gz to /tmp/tmp2bEBC2
> 876 KB/s (102067 bytes in 0.113s)
> INFO:phablet-flash:Restarting device... wait
> INFO:phablet-flash:Restarting device... wait complete
> INFO:phablet-flash:Clearing /data and /cache
> INFO:phablet-flash:Pushing
> /home/robru/Downloads/phablet-flash/imageupdates/daily/ubuntu/ubuntu-20130905.1.full.tar.xz
> to /cache/recovery/
> protocol failure
> ERROR:phablet-flash:Command 'adb push
> /home/robru/Downloads/phablet-flash/imageupdates/daily/ubuntu/ubuntu-20130905.1.full.tar.xz
> /cache/recovery/' returned non-zero exit status 1
> Removing directory /tmp/tmpOLzXg0
> Can I get some help troubleshooting this?

Anecdotally, I saw something similar on my Nexus 4 except it got to the Google
image during boot and no farther. I reflashed with --no-backup and it worked fine.

Jamie Strandboge                 http://www.ubuntu.com/