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By Droidzone, Inactive Recognized Developer on 30th August 2011, 06:26 PM
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20th March 2015, 07:43 AM |#101  
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Originally Posted by cyclonmaster

Is it possible to enter recovery mode through adb? I'm using TWRM recovery. My power button is broken. Please advice, thank you.

EDIT: I got it now using command adb reboot recovery

adb reboot recovery

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27th November 2015, 02:33 PM |#102  
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Thanks a mil. I have been wanting to learn some Linux commands.

11th September 2017, 11:14 PM |#103  
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EVERYTHING about ADB??????????????
"EVERYTHING" about adb? Not by a long, long shot. Explanations of commands and arguments usually help. So I searched for "Android developer adb" and took the first link; for me that led to the adb page for any Developer of Android ( dot com), written by Android staff, where you can learn "just about anything you need to know in order to use adb intelligently." It's well written and logically presented. I'm not even sure that even this big Android reference contains EVERYTHING.
13th September 2017, 08:47 AM |#104  
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adb log
Originally Posted by Droidzone

I use a combo of commands executed in succession:

adb kill-server
echo "" > log.txt
start log.txt
adb logcat > log.txt
These commands essentially create a blank file named log.txt in the same path as the command shell you've opened. Then, it opens the file log.txt (which is blank at this point of time. Then it logs logcat output to that file. Once you refresh the opened file, it will show the output of logcat to this point of time. Refresh it once again, and it updates once more. You should install Notepad++ and associate .txt files with it, to get best results.

thanks for this perfect tuto.
The system partition of my HTC Desire has failed creating new partitions table.
Now, I can run fastboot mode and 4Ext recovery, but nothings works in recovery.
Runing adb, I followed your tuto to write a log. I got this :
* daemon not running. starting it now at tcp:5037 *
* daemon started successfully *
/sbin/sh: exec: line 1: logcat: not found
Could you help me to understand what does it mean, please?
Do you have any solution to erase the system partition and create right partitions table?

Thanks for your help!
14th September 2019, 06:09 AM |#105  
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