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Lightbulb [GUIDE] How to flash recovery, boot.img, radios from android terminal

7th April 2014, 06:34 PM |#1  
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How to flash without a pc (boot.img, recovery, hboot, radio, and more.

Disclamer: if your break your phone you did something wrong, it is your fault not mine.


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Download the file that you want to flash, rename it to what it is, ie recovery.img and put it on the root of your sdcard
Code:
su
dd if=/sdcard/"FILE_YOU_PUT_ON_SDCARD" of=/dev/block/"PARTITION_NUMBER"
Example
Code:
su
dd if=/sdcard/recovery.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p43
Reboot and you are good to go!


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You can also use 'cat'.

cat /sdcard/name_of_image.img > /dev/block/specific_image_partition_block
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