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mfastboot for Linux?

22nd April 2014, 01:17 PM   |  #11  
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Here is the fastboot binary for Linux from the 4.4.2 images that Moto posted. I also know that it works:
imnuts@virtualbox ~ $ ls -l fastboot
-rwxr-xr-x  1 imnuts imnuts 541322 Dec  6 13:40 fastboot
imnuts@virtualbox ~ $ ./fastboot 
usage: fastboot [ <option> ] <command>

  update <filename>                        reflash device from
  flashall                                 flash boot + recovery + system
  flash <partition> [ <filename> ]         write a file to a flash partition
  erase <partition>                        erase a flash partition
  format <partition>                       format a flash partition 
  getvar <variable>                        display a bootloader variable
  boot <kernel> [ <ramdisk> ]              download and boot kernel
  flash:raw boot <kernel> [ <ramdisk> ]    create bootimage and flash it
  devices                                  list all connected devices
  continue                                 continue with autoboot
  reboot                                   reboot device normally
  reboot-bootloader                        reboot device into bootloader
  help                                     show this help message

  -w                                       erase userdata and cache
  -P                                       enable parallel loading for multi-flash if
                                           there is no enough memory on host to load
                                           whole image
  -s <serial number>                       specify device serial number
  -p <product>                             specify product name
  -c <cmdline>                             override kernel commandline
  -i <vendor id>                           specify a custom USB vendor id
  -b <base_addr>                           specify a custom kernel base address
  -n <page size>                           specify the nand page size. default: 2048
  -S <size>[K|M|G]                         automatically sparse files greater than
                                           size.  0 to disable
imnuts@virtualbox ~ $
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