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I have a little question. Is it possible to install a custom rom with terminal commands, maybe with adb or fastboot, via fastboot or in recovery?

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For example rom manager do it with android commands? Or how to do rom manager this?

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fastboot update whatever.zip

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This method is not possible, bc you need the img files and the android-info.txt, so not really what i want to do
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Is there a way to retrieve the past few terminal commands? Then we can try replicate what rom manager did.

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In the sdcard/clockworkmod folder there is a report.log file. Check it out.

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run this
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 adb shell recovery --update_package=/sdcard/name_of_downloaded_zip.zip
where /sdcard/name_of_downloaded_zip.zip is the location and name of the rom you wish to use
 
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ADB or Fastboot will never work. I can't explain why ATM. Technical stuff. Maybe there is a file that has its part in booting into recovery.

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Ok giys, thanks for answer. I have another solution now

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