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1st February 2014, 11:59 PM |#21  
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In CMD you have to open the folder you created ie ADB-Fastboot

So type cd ADB-Fastboot , you are changing the directory to the one you created.

Then follow the other instructions.

Without being rude you do not seem to have sufficient knowledge to dabble with you phone....

Once you get it going I would not play with it till you have read a bit more and watched a few videos to bulk up the level of competency,

I don't have much knowledge at all and you can bet, I won't be messing with it again



We're nearly there, what do I do?
 
 
2nd February 2014, 09:36 AM |#22  
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I don't have much knowledge at all and you can bet, I won't be messing with it again



We're nearly there, what do I do?

Follow the instructions:

It should boot into a mode called fastboot.

On your phone's screen, you should see "Fastboot usb" in red.

Then type "fastboot flash boot boot.img" Then once it finishes flashing, you can either reboot to see if it gets passed the screen or reflash the rom and then try rebooting again.
3rd February 2014, 04:15 PM |#23  
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Follow the instructions:

It should boot into a mode called fastboot.

On your phone's screen, you should see "Fastboot usb" in red.

Then type "fastboot flash boot boot.img" Then once it finishes flashing, you can either reboot to see if it gets passed the screen or reflash the rom and then try rebooting again.

It can't find my device, when the phone connects to my pc, drivers are installed and I installed drivers using kies as well
3rd February 2014, 06:30 PM |#24  
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It can't find my device, when the phone connects to my pc, drivers are installed and I installed drivers using kies as well

Have you enabled USB debugging in developer options...
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