In desktop i always used "fastboot flash yourboot.img".I have command saved in notepad as well.i will try "fastboot flash boot yourboot.img" today,is it due to 64 bit OS i have to use "fastboot flash boot"?
Nope, it is not due to 64 bit OS, it is like this for every OS (at least for Windows PC, not sure about Linux). The command tells computer, how the process must be done.
If you use
fastboot flash boot.img
then it is understood as fastboot has to flash nothing to partition named "boot.img". Using
fastboot flash boot boot.img
is the proper way, then fastboot knows, that it must flash boot.img to 'boot' partition.
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Try Clicking on the lightning bolt (Flash) and then choose the fastboot mode... From here on out you can hotboot or flash your new kernel. BUT ... make sure you click on reboot into fastboot mode first (ADB)
Let me know if it worked for you
Thankx for the suggestion but it's already working now with fastboot command.
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