Fixing the Fastboot Error "No Such File or Directory"


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Installing TWRP onto a smartphone or tablet typically requires you to use a Fastboot command to overwrite your current recovery system. Some people have trouble with the Command Prompt and in turn end up getting a cannot load twrp.img error, or being told there is no such file or directory. But there is a way to fix it.

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  1. LOL! My problem was that I didn't show fileformats so I had namned it twrp.img.img …. such a rookie mistake haha… Glad I can get the latest twrp for my Xperia Z2now and run ANdroid 10 on that 2014 phone! 😀 THANK YOU!

  2. unknown partition 'recovery.img' error cannot determine image filename for 'recovery.img'

    Am getting this error

  3. Thank you so much, but still root checker says Sorry root access is not properly installed on this device.
    please help i did everything i could

  4. D:Downloadsplatform-tools_r30.0.0-windowsplatform-tools>fastboot flash recovery D:Downloadsplatform-tools_r30.0.0-windowsplatform-toolstwrp.img

    Sending 'recovery' (0 KB) FAILED (File is too large to download)

    fastboot: error: Command failed
    Please help, thanks! 😀

  5. I have same problem still cant resolve it with this tips.when i download the img it says its harmful file and give me the option to keep or discard,i select keep ,but if i click that file to open to see what happen it says is corrupted.

  6. Hepl me man! I draged and droped TWRP.img to cmd and i get these
    C:Program Files (x86)Minimal ADB and Fastboot>fastboot flash recovery "C:Program Files (x86)Minimal ADB and Fastboottwrp.img.img"

    target reported max download size of 471859200 bytes

    sending 'recovery' (22432 KB)…

    OKAY [ 0.538s]

    writing 'recovery'…

    FAILED (remote: Command not allowed)

    finished. total time: 0.546s


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