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12th June 2014, 04:16 PM |#31  
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Secret Animal, could you post your batch file commands?

Many thanks,

Shabby.

The commands were simple. In a text file from Notepad. Type the following or copy and paste:

:loop
adb reboot bootloader
goto loop

Save the file as something like reboot.bat
Make sure it is in the adb directory and let it go. Quite simple.
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Originally Posted by secret.animal

The commands were simple. In a text file from Notepad. Type the following or copy and paste:

:loop
adb reboot bootloader
goto loop

Save the file as something like reboot.bat
Make sure it is in the adb directory and let it go. Quite simple.

This worked for me,

really, really thank you!!!
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