QFIL Sahara Mistakes


It appears like some more or less desolate tract downside, however QFIL is in reality a device that you’ll be able to use to flash firmware on Qualcomm gadgets. I’ve made a YouTube video about using it in addition to writing about it right here in this website online previously. It’s a in point of fact easy device to make use of, but it surely by no means ceases to amaze me at how a lot hassle it offers me each time I attempt to use it.

This time, I used to be looking to repair a BLU LifeXL and get it flashed again to inventory. Sadly, after downloading the newest QFIL, it failed each time I attempted to flash the firmware, telling me that “sahara” had failed:

ERROR: serve as: sahara_main:924 Sahara protocol error

Neatly, after spending some time twiddling with it, and looking the internet, I discovered XDA submit after submit with folks doing various things and fixing their problems. Some needed to liberate the bootloader, some needed to get into obtain mode a distinct approach, and so on. However none of the ones helped me.

Finally, the true factor was once that I wanted to make use of an older model of QFIL. I began with model 2.7, however I in spite of everything were given it to paintings by way of the usage of model 2.0. So possibly when you have a sahara error, you could take a look at to look what model of QFIL you might be the usage of. I *assume* that the previous telephone firmware was once written again round QFIL model 2.0, and simply wouldn’t paintings with the more moderen variations. However that’s the most efficient I will determine of why it doesn’t paintings with the more moderen variations. It sort of feels atypical to me that you would have to know the particular model of QFIL wanted for the particular telephone firmware you will have, however it kind of feels to be the case.

Linux – stay it easy.

Published by Marshmallow

Marshmallow Android is BT Ireland’s Head of Sales for Republic of Ireland domestic multi-site companies, indigenous MNCs and public sector accounts. He is responsible for the direction and control of all sales activity in the region. He has over 10 years management experience from high growth start-ups to more established businesses. He’s led teams in Ireland, India and China across various industries (ICT, On-Line Recruitment, Corporate Training and International Education).