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Return to Stock 2.3.5 Fastboot SCRIPT

18th March 2012, 09:56 PM |#11  
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how do you boot into fastboot?

when powering on, hold both volume keys at the same time. A menu will show up.

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20th April 2012, 02:45 AM |#12  
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Is this to put on the sd card or what? I'm not seeing any options to use this.
20th April 2012, 03:37 AM |#13  
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Is this to put on the sd card or what? I'm not seeing any options to use this.

Instead of using RSD to flash stock, you can use this automatic script.
20th April 2012, 05:01 AM |#14  
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I've never had to flash a fxz either. So i'm not totally understanding it. Do we flash the zip from our sd card on our phones without a computer involved? Do we extract the zip first. I'm bewildered :banghead:

I don't have a windows box so none of that rsd stuff applies either. If this could work for me I'd be grateful to anybody for explaining it. Also, more willing to experiment haha.

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20th April 2012, 05:18 AM |#15  
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I've never had to flash a fxz either. So i'm not totally understanding it. Do we flash the zip from our sd card on our phones without a computer involved? Do we extract the zip first. I'm bewildered :banghead:

I don't have a windows box so none of that rsd stuff applies either. If this could work for me I'd be grateful to anybody for explaining it. Also, more willing to experiment haha.

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It's a Windows batch file that uses fastboot commands to flash the contents of an fxz to your phone. Since you're on Linux then it wouldn't work for you, but it wouldn't be hard to make a shell script adaptation of it.
20th April 2012, 05:34 AM |#16  
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Ah ha! More clues haha. I understand what your saying. I need to get that process down so I can have more confidence in my own development.

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21st April 2012, 02:48 AM |#17  
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this is a set of windows command prompt commands that flashes a new system image using fastboot. useless on Linux. you could try to adapt it to run in linux terminal.

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22nd April 2012, 11:07 PM |#18  
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So...I download that, have my A2 plugged in to USB and then double click the .bat?
23rd April 2012, 01:16 AM |#19  
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So...I download that, have my A2 plugged in to USB and then double click the .bat?

Yep. Just make sure you have Settings -> Applications -> Development -> USB Debugging enabled.
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dude i wrote a faulty 2.3.6 from asiaopps and u just saved my phone!!! thank you!!!!
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