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    swatwithmk3
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    Hey guys,

    i wanted to root my pixel C and ive had to reboot it manually into fastboot with every step that required it and then it get to rooting but it says waiting for your device until it times out, here the log.

    Nexus Root Toolkit v2.1.9

    Masterlists:
    – LatestToolkitFiles.ini 3137
    – AndroidDeviceListFull.ini 3137
    – AndroidDeviceListFlash.ini 3137

    RYU-DRAGON: Android 7.0.0 – Build: NRD91D

    Live log initiated [2016-10-17]:

    Checking ADB/FASTBOOT Connectivity
    adb devices

    fastboot devices

    Checking ADB/FASTBOOT Connectivity
    adb devices

    fastboot devices

    Checking ADB/FASTBOOT Connectivity
    adb devices
    6107002823 device
    fastboot devices

    + ADB Device Connected

    Checking Devices Encryption Status:
    + Status: encrypted
    Checking ADB/FASTBOOT Connectivity
    adb devices

    fastboot devices

    Checking ADB/FASTBOOT Connectivity
    adb devices

    fastboot devices
    6107002823 fastboot
    + Fastboot Device Connected

    + Confirmed: Bootloader Unlocked.
    Flashing No-Force Encrypt Kernel to BOOT partition…
    fastboot flash boot “C:\Program Files (x86)\WugFresh Development\Nexus Root Toolkit\data\NoForce_Encrypt_Kernel\noforce_encrypt_ryu_nrd91d.img”

    Rebooting your device into bootloader mode…
    fastboot reboot-bootloader

    Fastboot Formating USERDATA…
    fastboot format userdata
    Creating filesystem with parameters:
    Size: 26557284352
    Block size: 4096
    Blocks per group: 32768
    Inodes per group: 8192
    Inode size: 256
    Journal blocks: 32768
    Label:
    Blocks: 6483712
    Block groups: 198
    Reserved block group size: 1024
    Created filesystem with 11/1622016 inodes and 145840/6483712 blocks
    Fastboot Formating CACHE…
    fastboot format cache
    Creating filesystem with parameters:
    Size: 419430400
    Block size: 4096
    Blocks per group: 32768
    Inodes per group: 6400
    Inode size: 256
    Journal blocks: 1600
    Label:
    Blocks: 102400
    Block groups: 4
    Reserved block group size: 31
    Created filesystem with 11/25600 inodes and 3310/102400 blocks
    Rebooting your device…
    Checking ADB Connectivity
    adb devices

    Checking ADB Connectivity
    adb devices
    6107002823 device
    + ADB Device Connected

    Checking Devices Encryption Status:
    + Status:
    Rebooting your device into bootloader mode…
    adb reboot bootloader

    Checking Fastboot Connectivity
    fastboot devices

    Retrying.. Checking Fastboot Connectivity
    fastboot devices

    Checking Fastboot Connectivity
    fastboot devices
    6107002823 fastboot
    + Fastboot Device Connected

    Temporarily Booting TWRP…
    fastboot boot “C:\Program Files (x86)\WugFresh Development\Nexus Root Toolkit\data\Recovery_Custom\TWRP\twrp-3.0.2-23-dragon.img”

    Checking ADB Recovery Connectivity
    adb devices

    adb devices
    6107002823 recovery
    + ADB Recovery Device Connected

    Pushing root files to your device:
    Pushing “SR1-SuperSU-v2.78-SR1-20160915123031.zip” to your device:

    adb push “C:\Program Files (x86)\WugFresh Development\Nexus Root Toolkit\data\Root_Files\SR1-SuperSU-v2.78-SR1-20160915123031.zip” “/sdcard/!ReadyToFlash/Root_Files/SR1-SuperSU-v2.78-SR1-20160915123031.zip”

    100% /sdcard/!ReadyToFlash/Root_Files/SR1-SuperSU-v2.78-SR1-20160915123031.zip

    Hash verifying file transfer:
    627c4b98e7bf83293e81d3758accf753 = Local Hash
    + Skipping hashcheck. [/sbin/busybox: not found]

    Pushing “busybox-signed.zip” to your device:

    adb push “C:\Program Files (x86)\WugFresh Development\Nexus Root Toolkit\data\Root_Files\busybox-signed.zip” “/sdcard/!ReadyToFlash/Root_Files/busybox-signed.zip”

    0% /sdcard/!ReadyToFlash/Root_Files/busybox-signed.zip

    Hash verifying file transfer:
    0ece645c3ca95a10f9a4344300ce0f8f = Local Hash
    + Skipping hashcheck. [/sbin/busybox: not found]

    Pushing “quick-reboot-signed.zip” to your device:

    adb push “C:\Program Files (x86)\WugFresh Development\Nexus Root Toolkit\data\Root_Files\quick-reboot-signed.zip” “/sdcard/!ReadyToFlash/Root_Files/quick-reboot-signed.zip”

    0% /sdcard/!ReadyToFlash/Root_Files/quick-reboot-signed.zip

    Hash verifying file transfer:
    64384a4285d14f0727ea989c17c8909b = Local Hash
    + Skipping hashcheck. [/sbin/busybox: not found]

    Pushing “openrecoveryscript” to your device:

    adb push “C:\Program Files (x86)\WugFresh Development\Nexus Root Toolkit\data\Root_Files\openrecoveryscript” “/cache/recovery/openrecoveryscript”

    0% /cache/recovery/openrecoveryscript

    Hash verifying file transfer:
    b42ecaae4b4c4d37d3200b874e29366b = Local Hash
    + Skipping hashcheck. [/sbin/busybox: not found]

    Rebooting your device into bootloader mode…
    adb reboot bootloader

    Checking Fastboot Connectivity
    fastboot devices

    Retrying.. Checking Fastboot Connectivity
    fastboot devices

    Checking Fastboot Connectivity
    fastboot devices
    6107002823 fastboot
    + Fastboot Device Connected

    Temporarily Booting TWRP…
    fastboot boot “C:\Program Files (x86)\WugFresh Development\Nexus Root Toolkit\data\Recovery_Custom\TWRP\twrp-3.0.2-23-dragon.img”

    Rooting…
    Waiting for your device…
    Waiting for your device…
    Waiting for your device…

    #13207

    swatwithmk3
    Participant

    UPDATE!

    Apperently switching to a usb port on my pc instead of using my usb 3.0 hub fixed the issue. great app btw i love how easy it is and that i dont have to pay to use it like one click root.

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