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Using webpack to report typeerror: this.getresolve is not a function

##Using webpack to report typeerror: this.getresolve is not a function

###Error reason: the webpack version is too low or the loader version is too high

this is the original configuration version

1. Upgrade the version of webpack to the highest version (there are many changes in the version of webpack, so I’m afraid it won’t catch up with others, So you can choose not to change the webpack version)
2. Reduce the version of the loader
(1) manually reduce the downloaded version of the loader in package.json

(2) download the loader you just used again

and then run it again

Nexus 5x unlock bootloader + root

The self-use test machine suddenly failed root, the network looked for a lot of tutorials, finally found a reliable tutorial, hereby record, some mobile phones may also be applicable
Kingroot has always been used for root, but this time suddenly prompted me “Need root please unlock first”
Let’s start by unlocking:

Unlocking the bootloader for the first time will erase all your data.

Take a look at what it looks like ununlocked:

The unlocking steps are as follows:
1. Open the phone Settings – about the phone – click the version number 7 times to open the “Developer Options”
2. Back to the previous step, developer options – turn on USB debugging and turn on “Enable OEM Unlock”
3. Turn off your phone
4. Press and hold the power key & AMP; Volume down key, enter fastboot(Bootloader interface)
5. Connect the phone with usB-A data cable
6. Open DOS window and enter: Enter fastboot OEM unlock
If DOS prompts “not an internal or external command”, then you need to configure the environment variable
, find the path to your SDK, and add the path of platform-tools to the path
: D:\Android\ SDK \platform-tools

Because we are using the fastboot.exe execution file

Then use the volume key to select “Yes” and press the “power” button to confirm. After success, it will be displayed as follows :(the red sentence at the bottom)

At this point, it has been unlocked. After unlocking, the opening machine has this prompt, which belongs to normal:

After the completion of unlocking the root operation will be performed, the use of kingroot, 360Root and other software was unsuccessful.
root download
Unlock the original

[perfect test] nexus6 FastBoot

When I woke up this morning, my N6 suddenly couldn’t start. I was very confused and tried all kinds of methods to no avail
The final decision is to brush the machine
Since you’ve been manually root before, let’s briefly describe the process.
Reference: http://www.muzisoft.com/shuaji/85161.html
First: You need tools
First need to enter Fastboot mode: http://jiyouhui.it168.com/thread-435764-1-1.html

Nexus6 can use Fastboot tool: http://jiyouhui.it168.com/thread-435762-1-1.html

this tutorial applicable models:

– the Nexus 6

a: Use the Fastboot command to write the mirror parts of the system:
The corresponding partition to be painted & GT; < The image to be painted in a directory & GT;


brush mirror, due to the use of the CMD command, the computer is not intelligent, you must put the mirror in the fastboot tool root directory to be able to brush… It’s a hassle. What can I do?!

Remember the fastboot space flash space system space, do not mistake, the space must be entered, do not enter the space will report an error!
If the driver doesn’t connect: Download the MOTO driver

When the driver connection enters the fastboot mode normally, it will be found that when the machine is swiped,
Error: update package missing system.img reports this error
This is because there is a problem with loading img images when swiping. Google compressed most img images into a zip compression package, the file name is image-hammerhead-lrx21o. Zip


brush command as follows:
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot flash system system.img
fastboot flash cache cache.img
fastboot flash userdata userdata.img
fastboot reboot

So I simply modified the code for fastboot-all.bat

:: Copyright 2012 The Android Open Source Project
:: Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
:: you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
:: You may obtain a copy of the License at
::      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
:: Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
:: distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
:: See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
:: limitations under the License.

fastboot flash bootloader bootloader-shamu-moto-apq8084-71.08.img
fastboot reboot-bootloader
ping -n 5 >nul
fastboot flash radio radio-shamu-d4.0-9625-02.98.img
fastboot reboot-bootloader
ping -n 5 >nul
::fastboot -w update image-shamu-lmy47e.zip
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot flash system system.img
fastboot flash cache cache.img
fastboot flash userdata userdata.img
echo Press any key to exit...
pause >nul

Restart after the run is over, OK! After a long afternoon, I hope I can help you