TWRP check for download and update's TeamWinRecoveryProgram Thanks to: TeamWin & Dees_Troy for bringing this to our device
(Or download GooManager app from Play Store, launch app, grant root permissions, hit menu key and select Install Open Recovery for the latest TWRP version)
How to Install Android ADB Command Line Tool
(Android Debug Bridge)
Android Debug Bridge (adb) is a tool that lets you manage the state of an emulator instance or Android phone. ADB is a package that can be downloaded from Android SDK. It will look similar to this...
download page. This tool is usefull for communicating with Android phone such as install application, copy files from/to device and perform some linux shell commands.
[How to Install
-Download and install Java SDK (Ex: 48d44ae4cfcadede68621acb53…… click link android-sdk_r14-windows.zip)
-Extract SDK package into anydrive (Ex: C:\android-sdk-windows)
In order to use ADB, you have to enable USB Debugging option in phone settings (Settings->Applications->Development)
How to Use
-Connect the phone to your pc/notebook usb port (on a pc it is advised that a rear usb port is to be used)
-Run Windows command line tool (cmd) and go to D:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools
Note: If you get ‘#’ after typing adb shell, you already have root access on the phone, no need to type su. Otherwise if you get ‘$’ , type ’su’ to get root access (only for rooted device).
Learn much more, such as, how to create a logcat from
There are two ways to enter download mode
1) A jig (Google search Samsung Galaxy S 2 jig)
2) ABC method (steps for manual download mode)
a. Power off device.
b. Holding down both, vol down+vol up then simultaneously plug in usb cable
c. Hit volume up and accept warning
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