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10th May 2014, 06:57 AM   |  #21  
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by adb drivers, I mean adb/fastboot or SDK and drivers of the phone that's always included.

My point is you actually need to know how to use them to be able to restore it to a factory image.

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10th May 2014, 07:05 AM   |  #22  
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My point is you actually need to know how to use them to be able to restore it to a factory image.

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Seriously?

After downloading adb/fastboot and downloading the factory image , just 3 steps man.

- Install SDK or directly install adb/fastboot whose installer you can easily find with a quick XDA search or Google search.
- Attach your phone with laptop/pc
- Double click flash-all.bat from factory image and wait for the reboot.

Done!
10th May 2014, 07:13 AM   |  #23  
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Seriously?

After downloading adb/fastboot and downloading the factory image , just 3 steps man.

- Install SDK or directly install adb/fastboot whose installer you can easily find with a quick XDA search or Google search.
- Attach your phone with laptop/pc
- Double click flash-all.bat from factory image and wait for the reboot.

Done!

Most of us don't reflash every single .img, but oh well, that's your choice if you don't want to know how to use adb/fastboot. flash-all.bat is essentially a toolkit.

10th May 2014, 07:16 AM   |  #24  
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Most of us don't reflash every single .img, but oh well, that's your choice if you don't want to know how to use adb/fastboot. flash-all.bat is essentially a toolkit.

Dude, I know how to use commands, I'm just making it easier for OP just for now as his phone wasn't working at all. Commands can be learned on next day, first and foremost important thing is for him to have a working phone.
10th May 2014, 07:18 AM   |  #25  
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Dude, I know how to use commands, I'm just making it easier for OP just for now as his phone wasn't working at all. Commands can be learned on next day, first and foremost important thing is for him to have a working phone.

How would you learn the commands properly if you've never used them?
10th May 2014, 08:03 AM   |  #26  
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How would you learn the commands properly if you've never used them?

I have used them plenty of times, please read back my posts again. I was just trying to help OP with a shortcut, and afterwards when his phone is alright, he can do experiments.
10th May 2014, 10:11 AM   |  #27  
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Are you kids done here? Seriously... OP had his issue sorted on the first page after I linked him to the stickies! Why in Gods name did you continue your little cat fight for two pages?! Grow up & stop wasting bandwidth ffs. *facepalm*

Read back the last 2 pages. It's just sad...
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