TWRP: adb devices works in recovery but fails in sideload mode

I want to install a custom rom (LineageOS with microG) on My Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1. I followed every steps detailed in the tutorial (enable debugging, unlock bootloader, run fastboot, flash TWRP, reboot in recovery, backup then wipe the system with TWRP).

My problem is when I want to sideload the custom rom. So, adb devices works and detects my phone in recovery mode. However, as soon as I lauch the sideload mode in TWRP, adb devices is not able to detect my phone anymore and the command adb sideload xxxxxx.zip fails because it cannot see any device.

I’m running TWRP 3.2.3, my computer runs on GNU/Linux (Xubuntu 18.04), I have the latest version of the Android SDK.

It is the same question as here from 2015: Device disappears from ADB devices when entering sideload but there was no answer.

Thanks in advance

MacOS 10.14.4 update failing to fully load and cycling through boot attempts but not loading requiring full recovery

Noobie here. I have tried to update my iMacPro Desktop to MacOS 10.14.4 and each time I do so it stalls part way through the update process and loops between Boot and Shut Down. Each time this happens my only option is to fully recover the machine from a full backup in Time Machine. All advice gratefully received.

Why does my macbook only allow me to start up in internet recovery mode?

My macbook only allows me to start in internet recovery mode. I need to go through 2 internet recovery modes before i am allowed to enter normal recovery mode. Then the disk utility shows that my hard drive is passive. Then i activate the hard drive and use the first aid tool. I restart my mac again (this is now the third restart) and then it starts normally.

I tried Resetting NVRAM/PRAM which made no different to the startup proces and i tried resetting SMC.

I erased the hard drive and reinstalled OS Mojave software, which didn’t work neither.

Is there any more options? Or do i need a new hard drive?

My macbook is a MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2013) and it has Mac OSMojave 10.14.4 (18E226) installed

Thanks for the help!

Redmi 3 stuck on bootloop with no recovery mode access

I have a Redmi 3 MIUI7 that I recently flashed with MIUI9 using TWRP. Right after flashing, I tried to boot it but it stuck on a bootloop. Since I haven’t booted into the ROM and can’t do so because of the bootloop, I have no access to enable USB Debugging AND TWRP recovery mode. No USB Debugging means the device will show as unauthorized when using adb devices, though I can Vol. Down+Power to get into Fastboot. I have flashed several ROMs before flashing to MIUI9 (Resurrect Remix and LineageOS, both Android Oreo and had root access).

I just need way to boot into TWRP recovery mode to a) flash my way out of the loop b) restore a backup.

Broken Nexus 6p Recovery

So while I was overseas in Vietnam I dropped my Nexus 6P and broken the screen. The screen is completely black and completely unresponsive however when I use the fingerprint scanner it still vibrates. Stupid me decided to restart the phone by holding down the off button, which I immediately regretted as of course, Now I must enter my PIN to be able to get into my phone. SO basically, Im asking if its possible to recover any data from my Nexus 6P with a completely unresponsive screen, and requiring PIN on startup. I Believe that debugging was enabled

How to proceed in Recovery Mode after CMD+R loaded macOS Utilities?

I want to try some reverse engineering on my MacOS. For this I need to start my MBP 2016 without System Integrity Protection.

So, I restart the system, press CMD+R, and get such screen: enter image description here

All this options seem strange for me. What to do next?
I just want to enter my existing system, with my existing files, but without SIP.

Or does Recovery OS mean that my old system will be re-installed?

Sorry if this is a stupid question.