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[TOOL]Easy Kernel-Recovery Flasher V1.0(discontinued)

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2nd July 2012, 05:58 PM   |  #1  
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Hi..I have created this tool to help people new to Android or HTC for that matter to flash kernels and recoveries without any pain.. You may say that there is another Toolkit out there wich is 100x better(agreed!) but I find this simpler to use.

This is my first try to any of these type of toolkits so I know its basic.

You put recovery.img in the Recovery folder and open Recovery-Flash.bat
And it will flash the recovery.

You put boot.img in the Kernel folder and open Kernel-Flash.bat
And it will flash the kernel.

For all flashes you need to have USB Debugging enabled and have to be booted in normal OS.
It will do everything.

MAKE SURE YOU NAME THE RECOVERY recovery.img AND THE KERNEL boot.img otherwise this ToolKit will not work.

CHANGELOG:

v1.0:
Initial Build.

If I find this interesting I will continue this project and will learn more about .bat files and stuff


CREDITS:
me
hasoon2000 for some of his tips on Android-Dev.com


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cool will try when something new is released like kernel
and does it have an option to boot into fastboot directly or even bootloader?
then it might be just awsme




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Originally Posted by paarthdesai

cool will try when something new is released like kernel
and does it have an option to boot into fastboot directly or even bootloader?
then it might be just awsme




dont just say thanks hit thanks if i helped
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Ya...I'll add that....but currently just stay in normal Rom with USB debugging and charge only and it will automatically boot into fastboot flash the kernel and then againn boot into normal os

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Any feedback??
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haven't tried it yet bro...
but it's a cool stuff
awesome stuff,

it's definitely great for noobs like us to flashing recovery and kernel
4th July 2012, 06:20 AM   |  #6  
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Does it complement "HTC One V All-In-One Toolkit V1.1" or has similar functionality?
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Does it complement "HTC One V All-In-One Toolkit V1.1" or has similar functionality?

No...it was made by me with the help of code explained by hasoon2000 in his tutorial..

Also it us simpler without .exe files and everything...
Light and fast

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haven't tried it yet bro...
but it's a cool stuff
awesome stuff,

it's definitely great for noobs like us to flashing recovery and kernel

Thanks...

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maybe I need to unlock the bootloader via htc dev before using your great tool?

sorry for my ignorance
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maybe I need to unlock the bootloader via htc dev before using your great tool?

sorry for my ignorance

Ya...of course...

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