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rebooting in into recovery or boot loader directly from ABD For beginners

25th August 2012, 07:29 PM |#1  
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Hi there guys so i will be telling you how to reboot to recovery or boot loader directly from adb commands!!!!

It is pretty easy

1-Download adb and install adb drivers for your phone (iam using htc)
2-extract the files to your c directory in a folder named adb(creat one)
3-once the files are located in c:\adb go to start menu then search for cmd
4-type in
cd c:\adb then click enter
5-type in
adb devices it will show the connected devices
it should be bunch of numbers
6-if you can,t see them it means adb drivers for your device are NOT INSTALLED
7-THEN FINALY IF YOU WANT TO REBOOT

Boot loader
type in
adb reboot boot loader

if you want recovery
type in
adb reboot recovery

thanks for reading

If i actually helped you some how please kick the **** out of that thanks button
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26th August 2012, 05:19 AM |#2  
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Actually, the commands to reboot into bootloader are:
adb reboot-bootloader
or
adb reboot bootloader

Sent from my Desire S
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27th August 2012, 04:07 AM |#3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BillGoss

Actually, the commands to reboot into bootloader are:
adb reboot-bootloader
or
adb reboot bootloader

Sent from my Desire S

I actually use the command ADB reboot-boot loader

but sense reboot recovery won,t work like reboot-boot loader
i removed the slash so people can remember these commands easily
4th September 2012, 10:47 AM |#4  
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most of the roms are having this inbuilt now,
but those who dont have, its really good to use..
5th September 2012, 11:30 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by surinder.oberoi28

most of the roms are having this inbuilt now,
but those who dont have, its really good to use..

you are right
this codes helped me alot!!!!
and iam thinking can i use the terminal emulator and use this codes?
If yes then i can simply do a quickly reboot into recovery or bootloader using my Stock rom
18th March 2013, 07:58 PM |#6  
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Booting with Adb
Quote:
Originally Posted by ananjaser1211

Hi there guys so i will be telling you how to reboot to recovery or boot loader directly from adb commands!!!!

It is pretty easy

1-Download adb and install adb drivers for your phone (iam using htc)
2-extract the files to your c directory in a folder named adb(creat one)
3-once the files are located in c:\adb go to start menu then search for cmd
4-type in
cd c:\adb then click enter
5-type in
adb devices it will show the connected devices
it should be bunch of numbers
6-if you can,t see them it means adb drivers for your device are NOT INSTALLED
7-THEN FINALY IF YOU WANT TO REBOOT

Boot loader
type in
adb reboot boot loader

if you want recovery
type in
adb reboot recovery

thanks for reading

If i actually helped you some how please kick the **** out of that thanks button

Thanks for the help. This certainly worked for rebooting but unfortunately I need the menu to reset. It just stuck on the android logo again.

Thanks
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6th April 2013, 08:24 AM |#7  
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Ok so i tried installing CyanogenMod 10.1 on my HOX and i must have did something wrong coz it didnt boot the first time and i did backup it and recovery it but to no avail it still stuck on boot screen and restarts and stuck and restart and so on.. how can i access my phone when my pc cant even locate it? any help is greatly appreciated

Quote:

Originally Posted by ananjaser1211
Hi there guys so i will be telling you how to reboot to recovery or boot loader directly from adb commands!!!!

It is pretty easy

1-Download adb and install adb drivers for your phone (iam using htc)
2-extract the files to your c directory in a folder named adb(creat one)
3-once the files are located in c:\adb go to start menu then search for cmd
4-type in
cd c:\adb then click enter
5-type in
adb devices it will show the connected devices
it should be bunch of numbers
6-if you can,t see them it means adb drivers for your device are NOT INSTALLED
7-THEN FINALY IF YOU WANT TO REBOOT


also im stuck on 6 here coz adb drivers are not installed on my device, i didnt see a bunch of numbers
6th April 2013, 05:43 PM |#8  
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this is really helpfull. I managed to screw my phone with some bad recovery so now i can hardly get to the recovery..
23rd May 2013, 05:44 PM |#9  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ananjaser1211

hi there guys so i will be telling you how to reboot to recovery or boot loader directly from adb commands!!!!

It is pretty easy

1-download adb and install adb drivers for your phone (iam using htc)
2-extract the files to your c directory in a folder named adb(creat one)
3-once the files are located in c:\adb go to start menu then search for cmd
4-type in
cd c:\adb then click enter
5-type in
adb devices it will show the connected devices
it should be bunch of numbers
6-if you can,t see them it means adb drivers for your device are not installed
7-then finaly if you want to reboot

boot loader
type in
adb reboot boot loader

if you want recovery
type in
adb reboot recovery

thanks for reading

If i actually helped you some how please kick the **** out of that thanks button

how to exit recovery mode by adb commands ????
28th May 2013, 02:06 PM |#10  
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I think...

adb reboot

Should do it. Will someone confirm?
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