Originally Posted by o0k00l
'fastboot' is not recognized as an internal or external com
operable program or batch file.
What i m doing wrong ?????
Not knowing how to use dos is 1 thing.
When in dos and you run a command, the system first look in the folder that you're running the command from for that command, and if it does not find it and it has a list of directories in which to look for the command. This list of directories is called the path variable. What I recommend, is that you find where your fastboot.exe file is, and add the location of that file to your system path variable. If you do not know how to do this, I recommend you try google because it's a common enough thing that the answer should be easy to find.
Alternatively, you can put a copy of the fastboot.exe file in the directory where your flashable image is located and run the command from that directory. The problem with this method, while it works, is that you will need a copy of the fastboot.exe file in whatever directory you run it from every time you run it.
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Was on Bulletproof 1.1 seemingly forever. Good ROM, based on stock. Used JellyKang 1.9. Wasn't perfect but worked well. Then JK2.1, some improvements over 1.9; Now @Emmanuelu 's KitKat 1.3.
Don't gripe about people not using search unless it's just that damned easy to find. It's very annoying wasting time scrolling through pages of quoted posts with one-line replies over and over when trying to learn something.