ADB and Fastboot commands

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Instructions for setting up Adb/Fastboot (windows)

1. On your phone go to Settings/Development and make sure USB debugging is ON and plug it in via the usb..  New phones go the settings about phone then click on the build number 10 times then back out to settings again and you will see developer options right above about phone. click on developer options then select usb debugging from there. also known as adb debugging.

2. Install drivers on your PC. Try pda.net for the drivers. Install the program by hitting “Run” and follow the instructions. You can remove it at a later time.

3. Download the file at the bottom of these instructions to your desktop and extract the contents. There is 1 folder and a install note (these instructions) that should extract. You can use a program called 7-ZIP to extract if needed (google it, its free and a great tool).

4. Open your “Start”

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18 thoughts on “ADB and Fastboot commands

  1. Hi Root Junky! I’m trying to root my Lenovo k3 note on a windows 8.1 laptop. The Lenovo drivers are recognised because after the first command the number of the phone then ‘device’ shows up. Its when I get to the adb ‘fastboot devices’ then there is no response. The number then ‘device’ should come next, but it doesn’t. I followed your video step by step and got quite far with the process. Any expert advice would be much appreciated – thanks.

    • Hi Root Junky! I’m trying to root my Lenovo k3 note on a windows 8.1 laptop. The Lenovo drivers are recognised because after the first command the number of the phone then ‘device’ shows up. Its when I get to the adb ‘fastboot devices’ then there is no response. The number then ‘fastboot’ should come next, but it doesn’t. I followed your video step by step and got quite far with the process. Any expert advice would be much appreciated – thanks.

  2. Same problem with another method, it seems the ” android bootloader interface” not installed , so I ‘m trying to look for it but no answers at the moment

  3. So how do I install the twrp recovery IMG on to my device and where? I have installed cm12.1 and rooted and I’d like to know what I need to do to permanently put to like to know what I need to do the permanently put TWRP recovery on, every time I do volume down and power it goes into fastboot mode and sits there. The only way I can get into twrp is with your tool app hit option 5
    Please help

  4. Hello rootjunky! Can i unlock the bootloader for my ace 2 jellybean using those instructions you posted for galaxy nexus?

  5. Your awesome man!
    Help with rooting my droid mini xt1030 4.4.4, obakem verizon user 4.4.4 SU6-7.7
    Keys msm 8960 probp 23255.132.81.00r”/>
    The phone started with Verizon, now its at&t
    I am trying it root without a computer

  6. hello how to read and write android system with fastboot commands

    sample : system / build.prop read with fastboot and write too

    becouse need too dubbing on with fastboot

    plz help

  7. How to Bypass Factory Reset Protection on your Nexus 6P, 5X, 5, & 6
    thank you for the post but didnot work for nexus motorola 6
    android version 6.0.1
    baseband version MDM9325_104662.22.05.34R
    BUILD NUMBER MOB31Q

  8. Root junky please help a girl out… ive been trying to root my lg stylo 2 plus for what seems like ever and it being my first time i of course have no idea what im doing so i have been going off of what i can manage to understand from the internet. That stated i have the adb installed as well as a rom for my carrier that i need for the phone to work on my network i also have a recovery img i installed from twrp but ugh i dont even know im lost. Please if you can just tell me what i need to install and how i can do it with adb bootloader commands because im clueless

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