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[Batch] FFW - Fastboot Full Wipe

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By Alaq, Senior Member on 31st December 2011, 09:31 PM
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Thanks to agentdr8! He made a Linux version for you guys! Download link below!

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Like every developer says:
I AM NOT HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING THAT HAPPENS TO YOUR DEVICE!



What is FFW?
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FFW is a script written in batch that will automatically wipe your phone, leaving no traces of the past install.

What does it do?
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I'll pretty much sum it up like this, it erases the boot, system, userdata, cache, webtop, preinstall, and reboots the phone.

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There are two versions, Fastboot & Moto-Fastboot, I don't know the difference but I made a script for each version. The whole package is there, just download, extract, and run the batch file!

Instructions:
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1. Download any of the two versions.
2. Boot into recovery.
3. Wipe the Dalvik cache.
4. Wipe the cache.
5. Factory reset/data your phone.
6. Boot into fastboot.
7. Run the script.
8. Your done!

You can now install any ROM you choose! Be carefull for hard/soft bricks, installing the wrong ROM can ruin your phone!

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Fastboot Full Wipe


Moto-Fastboot Full Wipe


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Multiupload is now useless! Download everything from Mediafire!

Newest!
FFW Linux: 3.2

New-
FB Full Wipe: 2.1
MFB Full Wipe: 2.0

Older-
FB Full Wipe: 1.1
MFB Full Wipe: 1.0

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x.0 Moto-Fastboot (Windows)
x.1 Fastboot (Windows)
x.2 Fastboot (Linux)

Who helped make it?
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Alaq - Me - The script.
CaelanT -This.
agentdr8 - The Linux version of the script!

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31st December 2011, 09:40 PM |#2  
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Build 2.0/2.1:
Code:
-Fixed devices check
--Now there is a pause to allow you to see if your phone is connected correctly or not
Build 1.0/1.1:
Code:
-Full Wipe text logo added
-Echo used to give info
-Pause used to give user a last minute choice to wipe or not
-Pause used to give user a choice to reboot phone or not
-Formats:
--boot 
--system
--userdata
--cache
--webtop
--preinstall
Thread Edits/Revisions:
12/31/11- OP Created
12/31/11- Pictures added

Script Edits/Revisions:
12/29/11- Fastboot Full Wipe Created
12/30/11- Moto-Fastboot Full Wipe Created
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31st December 2011, 11:57 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by Alaq



What is FFW?


What does it do?


Notice:


Instructions:


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Fastboot Full Wipe


Moto-Fastboot Full Wipe


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Who helped make it?

Thanks for the script.


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Originally Posted by Alaq

There are two versions, Fastboot & Moto-Fastboot, I don't know the difference but I made a script for each version. The whole package is there, just download, extract, and run the batch file!

Moto-Fastboot is just like Fastboot except that it can handle larger flash image files, such as the webtop image (which is too big for Fastboot to handle).
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1st January 2012, 12:23 AM |#5  
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Moto-Fastboot is just like Fastboot except that it can handle larger flash image files, such as the webtop image (which is too big for Fastboot to handle).

Alright, thanks for the info. I guess Moto-Fastboot is better, but I'll keep both versions up for the people that want them...
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Thanks! Great script.
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Why not rebooting into the recovery at the finish ? (you want to flash roms at the end ..)

Thank you ! looks great !
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Why not rebooting into the recovery at the finish ? (you want to flash roms at the end ..)

Thank you ! looks great !

You know I thought of that... But in all of my searching I haven't found any command that would do it... I tried "moto-fastboot reboot recovery"... Thanks for the idea though, I'll figure it out eventually!
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I think you'd have to use the following arguments:
boot your_recovery.img
I can't remember exactly, but i think that's it.
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I think you'd have to use the following arguments:
boot your_recovery.img
I can't remember exactly, but i think that's it.

That would be kinda hard since this doesn't flash a recovery...
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That would be kinda hard since this doesn't flash a recovery...

i tried it with one i had, it doesn't reboot. i thought it would, my bad.
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