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[Tutorial] How to fix ERROR: Zero file, no space left on device! in MTK droid tools

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(01-22-2016, 02:54 PM)wertz Wrote: spflashtool don;t give error. it is able to creates all partitions but no preloader.bin. its mtkdroidtools that gives zero error as posted in my attachments and don't even make any partition backups or img.

Sorry, I meant to type MTK Droid tools


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(01-22-2016, 07:21 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(01-22-2016, 02:54 PM)wertz Wrote: spflashtool don;t give error. it is able to creates all partitions but no preloader.bin. its mtkdroidtools that gives zero error as posted in my attachments and don't even make any partition backups or img.

Sorry, I meant to type MTK Droid tools

Hi. here is screenshot of mtkdroidtools during the backup

[Image: tUuvO87.jpg]

i've attached log file also. changing settings>storage default write disk seems to have no effect because mtkdroidtools always looks for your sdcard regardless of the setting. i also tried freshly formatted 16gb sdcard as well as a 4gb storage.

Thanks for replying.

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(01-23-2016, 04:08 AM)wertz Wrote: Hi. here is screenshot of mtkdroidtools during the backup

[Image: tUuvO87.jpg]

i've attached log file also. changing settings>storage default write disk seems to have no effect because mtkdroidtools always looks for your sdcard regardless of the setting. i also tried freshly formatted 16gb sdcard as well as a 4gb storage.

Thanks for replying.

Have you installed Busybox and tried downloading MTK droid tools from a different source?
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(01-23-2016, 05:34 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(01-23-2016, 04:08 AM)wertz Wrote: Hi. here is screenshot of mtkdroidtools during the backup

[Image: tUuvO87.jpg]

i've attached log file also. changing settings>storage default write disk seems to have no effect because mtkdroidtools always looks for your sdcard regardless of the setting. i also tried freshly formatted 16gb sdcard as well as a 4gb storage.

Thanks for replying.

Have you installed Busybox and tried downloading MTK droid tools from a different source?

i already installed busybox 1.24.1 using Stericson's app from google play store. with regards to mtkdroidtools, its the latest 2.5.3 version, but it has a different version of ADB since the original adb is not able to connect to my device, i've heard you needed a new adb binary for lollipop. maybe you have another mtkdroidtool that supports lollipop and mediatek MT6592 i can try?

thanks
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(01-23-2016, 07:15 PM)wertz Wrote: i already installed busybox 1.24.1 using Stericson's app from google play store. with regards to mtkdroidtools, its the latest 2.5.3 version, but it has a different version of ADB since the original adb is not able to connect to my device, i've heard you needed a new adb binary for lollipop. maybe you have another mtkdroidtool that supports lollipop and mediatek MT6592 i can try?

thanks

MTK droid tools doesn't work too great with certain lollipop phones. Yours is likely one.  We had the same issue with the Tecno 7C and are investigating it
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