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By GabrijelBoduljak, Junior Member on 21st March 2014, 10:26 PM
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6th July 2014, 05:35 PM |#31  
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Alternatively, let's promote the use of toolkits, get jobs as "garbage men" and really reap the rewards

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How cruel

The truth is often unkind. The bottom line is, toolkits do NOT promote knowledge. They promote laziness. Then the forums fill up with "HELP" or "CRYING" or "MY PHONE IS BRICKED" threads. When the painful truth is, if the user knew just the slightest bit of information about fastboot, they could fix their own problem. While I give kudos to the OP for his creation, especially for someone so young, I still, and will continue, to strongly recommend that users avoid toolkits and learn how to use fastboot and ADB commands.

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6th July 2014, 07:00 PM |#33  
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The truth is often unkind. The bottom line is, toolkits do NOT promote knowledge. They promote laziness. Then the forums fill up with "HELP" or "CRYING" or "MY PHONE IS BRICKED" threads. When the painful truth is, if the user knew just the slightest bit of information about fastboot, they could fix their own problem. While I give kudos to the OP for his creation, especially for someone so young, I still, and will continue, to strongly recommend that users avoid toolkits and learn how to use fastboot and ADB commands.

I know how to use fastboot and adb but I choose to use kits sometimes . does that make me thick or not willing to learn. If u know how tool kits work its only batch files and scripts to save u doing it yourself.

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The truth is often unkind. The bottom line is, toolkits do NOT promote knowledge. They promote laziness. Then the forums fill up with "HELP" or "CRYING" or "MY PHONE IS BRICKED" threads. When the painful truth is, if the user knew just the slightest bit of information about fastboot, they could fix their own problem. While I give kudos to the OP for his creation, especially for someone so young, I still, and will continue, to strongly recommend that users avoid toolkits and learn how to use fastboot and ADB commands.

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It's not even like they need to be command line gurus...adb push/pull, adb/fastboot devices, fastboot flash, adb/fastboot reboot, adb bugreport/taking a logcat....that's practically all you need to fix 99% of issues.
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The truth is often unkind. The bottom line is, toolkits do NOT promote knowledge. They promote laziness. Then the forums fill up with "HELP" or "CRYING" or "MY PHONE IS BRICKED" threads. When the painful truth is, if the user knew just the slightest bit of information about fastboot, they could fix their own problem. While I give kudos to the OP for his creation, especially for someone so young, I still, and will continue, to strongly recommend that users avoid toolkits and learn how to use fastboot and ADB commands.

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I don't know why you've quoted me. I think you didn't see the sarcasm in my post.

Anyways, enough of OT! Outa here!
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