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[Q] AP Fastboot Flash Mode question

OP Slarti77

26th January 2014, 04:41 PM   |  #1  
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Hey all,
My AP Fastboot Flash Mode screen has the following selections:
1. Normal Boot.
2. Recovery
3. Factory
4. Barcodes
5. BP Tools

I understand what 1 is, but
1. what are 2 through 5 and
2. are there instructions on how to access each sub mode and what the options are under each.
It's in my sig, but I'll put it here anyway I have a droid Maxx currently rooted without WP on 4.2.2.

Mark
26th January 2014, 05:10 PM   |  #2  
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I'm interested to find out as well. Here's what' I know so far:

#2: This loads the "recovery" partition. It includes things like wiping the phone back to factory, via a magic tapdance of button presses. I don't know what they all are, but the one I was interested in (factory wipe) is documented on Motorola's support site.

#3: Dunno, but it seems to boot to the normal phone OS. Maybe this is the "safe mode" I've seen referred to?

#4: This simply brings up the phones serial number, ID numbers, SIM numbers, etc. as barcodes.

#5: Dunno. Baseband processor tools?
29th January 2014, 02:49 AM   |  #3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kenryan

I'm interested to find out as well. Here's what' I know so far:

#2: This loads the "recovery" partition. It includes things like wiping the phone back to factory, via a magic tapdance of button presses. I don't know what they all are, but the one I was interested in (factory wipe) is documented on Motorola's support site.

#3: Dunno, but it seems to boot to the normal phone OS. Maybe this is the "safe mode" I've seen referred to?

#4: This simply brings up the phones serial number, ID numbers, SIM numbers, etc. as barcodes.

#5: Dunno. Baseband processor tools?

Thanks Kenryan,
Anybody else have anymore detail?
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