The error "Can't find Linux version string in kernel image file" in Android can occur when the system is unable to identify the version of the Linux kernel used in the image file. This error can occur for several reasons, including:
Incorrect image file: Ensure that you are using the correct image file for your device. If the image file is incorrect, it may not be compatible with the version of the Linux kernel that is currently installed.
Corrupted image file: If the image file has been damaged or corrupted, the system may not be able to read the information it contains, including the Linux version string.
Outdated image file: If the image file is outdated, it may not be compatible with the latest version of the Linux kernel.
To resolve the error, try the following steps:
Re-download the image file from a reliable source and ensure that it is the correct version for your device.
If the image file is still not working, try using a different version of the Linux kernel. You can check for compatible versions by checking the device's documentation or the website of the device's manufacturer.
If the error persists, try flashing the device using a different tool or method.
By following these steps, you should be able to resolve the "Can't find Linux version string in kernel image file" error and get your Android device working correctly again.