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[Q] Failed to update cm 10.2.1

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1st February 2014, 10:33 PM   |  #11  
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Wipe ecerything except battery stats flas rom.zip
Then
Fastboot flash boot boot.img
And then
Fastboot erase cache

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Is there any way to flash the boot.img without ADB from another computer? My only computer to hand right now is my work Mac, which I don't have admin on. I'm guessing not, but...
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This may help you
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1693372

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Quote:
Originally Posted by AnonymousHoward

Is there any way to flash the boot.img without ADB from another computer? My only computer to hand right now is my work Mac, which I don't have admin on. I'm guessing not, but...

you don't use ADB to flash boot.img, but fastboot... and yes, there is a way, look around for kernel lighter, but you'll see that when you set kernel lighter up you need fstboot for the first time... the nice thing is that after that you don't need fastboot anymore to flash a boot.img it's very useful if you are ofter away from your pc...
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