How to solve Failed When Fastboot oem enable camera hal3 true on Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1

Failed to activate camera hal3 on Asus cellphone – while the mood is good so I will write my experience on how to solve the problem of fastboot oem enable_camera_hal3 true failed write to device failed no such file or directory )) when executing fastboot enable_camera_hal3 true in cmd when trying to activate camera 2 api on hp asus max pro m1.

the second problem is that another error message appears when I execute it with minimal adb fastboot oem enable_camera_hal3 true FAILED (remote: unknown command) finished. total time: 0.003s.

today I got a new experience again after being told to install Gcam on my cousin’s Asus Max Pro m1.

the case that I experienced this time was the failure of the fastboot oem enable_camera_hal3 true command when I wanted to activate the camera 2 api on the asus max pro m1 cellphone.

there are several main reasons why it can fail, check it out guys so you don’t fail as well as when I experienced it:

  1. Pay attention to the data cable used, try the Asus default or you can use the Xiaomi default data cable
  2. the usb port when you connect to the pc make sure to use the type 2.0 port, don’t use the 3.0 one
  3. make sure you have updated the firmware to the latest version, because in some cases you have to update the firmware first. firmware version can be seen in the about phone> build number. please check the firmware on the official asus website and compare it with your firmware. watch out for the wrong firmware download, usually the global asus firmware has the WW code then the build number for example WW-2022.1902.xxxxxx. please adjust to what is used on your cellphone. if WW download the WW firmware, if JP please use the JP one
  4. Make sure the Android Driver has been installed, check on your PC in the Device Manager section, make sure you have connected your Android
  5. Activate Developer Options mode and enable USB Debugging. use this as adb extract and rename the folder from plaform to adb. open cmd and go to the adb directory earlier

So, you must follow the five points above so that the problem when activating the Hal3 camera on the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 runs smoothly.

after that please try to execute the command as in the tutorial as usual. generally like this:

  1. leave the cellphone on and open your cmd then enter the folder containing the adb and fastboot files
  2. connect your laptop and cellphone and in cmd you executed the command adb devices
  3. then the rsa code will appear on your cellphone screen, check the box and select yes
  4. after that adb reboot bootloader in cmd, this command is to enter your android asus into fastboot mode. so you don’t need to press power + volume up
  5. after the cellphone enters fastboot mode, you check in the device manager on your laptop, whether your android has been detected or not. if there is an error then please install the android driver first, there are many tutorials on youtube
  6. Next please type the command fastboot devices to see if our cellphone is connected or not. If successful, a list will appear with our cellphone serial number
  7. if it appears then we execute the command fastboot oem enable_camera_hal3 true and enter
  8. done. should no longer appear failed
    How to solve Failed When Fastboot oem enable camera hal3 true on Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1
    this is more or less the result

Well, I have practiced this method myself on my cousin’s Asus Max Pro M1. At first I also wondered why it failed writing when executing fastboot oem enable_camera_hal3 true even though it’s the right way.

it turns out that the 5 factors that I wrote above are influential. I hope this article can be useful. If you are still confused, please comment below. I’m sorry for the video I didn’t have time to record because at that time it was already cold and failed and finally succeeded after I failed several times.

don’t give up and keep trying. this tutorial how to safely activate the hal3 camera on asus max pro m1 without having to install twrp and root.

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