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[Guide] How To Setup And Use Fastboot

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By demkantor, Recognized Contributor on 13th May 2013, 07:49 PM
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23rd December 2017, 05:10 AM |#511  
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Pixel 2 XL, thanks for resp

USB debugging is enabled? Not that it should matter. You can still use fastboot without OEM unlocking or USB debugging enabled.
The actual question in your first post is off topic in this thread, so really you shouldn't be discussing it here.
The best place to get help with this would be the Pixel 2XL Q&A forum, which you can find here
And good luck! I have just ordered the 2XL myself less than an hour ago
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Standalone fastboot
I wanna use fastboot standalone, like it is described here, but cannot do that. Problem under Linux I thoroughly described here, and I was sure it is Linux-specific, but now I am totally embarrassed.
I faced totally the same problem under Windows CMD. I am completely out of ideas!
What am I doing wrong? Am I missing essential step that needed beside unpacking binary folder? In Linux we might have been suspected missing executable flag on file, but Windows doesn't have it. Simply EXE and that's it! Any suggestions?
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Is it possible to backup and restore a different oeminfo partition with this method on Huawei P10 Lite?
I want to change from LX1AC02 to L21AC432 but i don't want to use TWRP.
Although there shows only 1 IMEI at the moment, I know the device has 2 IMEI and i know what they both are (should be) from Huawei.
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