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  1. "fastboot devices" command at first didn't work with default drivers (yellow caution triangle over 'Android') but then I manually set Android to use the Google USB driver and then selected that it be seen as the Android Bootloader Interface (only possible using the DISK method and 'All Devices'). Now fastboot devices sees the device. WOOOOOOOOOOO
  2. Ok yeah. Among the first from the preorder still. Cant believe how difficult it is to unlock. For a techy phone especially. Usually I have an easy time. Really annoyed. I just want Windows to detect it under the bootloader... Windows. Not even Linux or Mac.
  3. Yes I read something to that effect. And mine arrived in February of 2019 which is relatively early too.
  4. That's the "android_winusb" I mentioned. Only got through it it by using the Select Disk method.
  5. No luck yet Still undetected by ADB. Just getting different things to show up in Device Manager... Starting to wonder if I shouldn't use a Windows 7 device to do what needs to be done. Updating to 11 I would rather avoid since you mentioned that doesn't help. But really it should work on Windows 10. This is ridiculous. How is everyone else unlocking their bootloader?
  6. When assigning a driver manually, try to select All Devices and then "Have disk" and browse for "android_winusb" that was downloaded. Having better luck with this now.... will update but laptop at 10% battery.
  7. Hi! This is driving me crazy for two days now. I cannot seem to get an ADB connection during the Fastboot screen. The bootloader is locked and I want to flash a new image (magisk) to unlock it. I can only communicate with the phone when it has booted into Android and is detected with ADB devices. I've installed Android Studio tools with even the Pie (9) stuff and Google USB drivers. As soon as I restart it into the bootloader screen, Windows sees it as 'Android' in Device Manager instead of QX1000 and it has the yellow caution symbol. I cannot get it to have the r
  8. It was supposed to come with one originally, but they shipped it with a rushed fabric sleeve instead. Is been over a year or two now without an official peep about it, so safe to say there will not be one. Edit: just saw that tweet from May 5th. That would be a start, but really too little too late to be teasing it when we obviously have been thirsting forever lol. 'what do to guys think' idk ship it to me and I'll let you know omg give it to meeeeeeeeee.
  9. Asked one of those mall kiosks for phone cases to hook me up with some kind of pouch. This one isn't real leather but it fits nice and snug, looks better and is quicker and easier to put inside and take out of compared to the stock felt pouch.
  10. Currently using black gorilla tape for the back so I don't feel bad setting my phone down. Looks like absolute ass to my standards, but putting it out there as it is very easy to stick on, and has stayed on for a few days now. Probably transparent packing tape could have worked too, dunno why I didn't think of that first. Also would prefer a hard shell but does not seem feasible for the moment.
  11. Small companies can react more swiftly and are much more nimble with regard to changing circumstances. I know that if I had a small amount of funds, I could have quickly had someone design and manufacture cases. They posted the prototypes of it a long time ago on Twitter, I believe they used transparent hard plastic. So it is not a question of a wrench being thrown into their plans, simply that they picked the easier route.
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