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Use this simple one command to get going without stuck! # setprop persist.sys.usb.config mtp,adb Awaiting your response!
I was mistaken when I wrote that I have no task killers. It happened so that Lollipop has a built-in task killer feature called "Limited apps" that limits app execution in background. For some strange reason all SMS apps become limited by default. The feature can be found in settings under Applications item.
Put the device in charging. When screen turns alive, remove the battery and within 3 seconds, insert it again. Your phone would boot into Android.
It seems that Google put the wrong drivers in their drivers web page for Nexus 10 for Android 4.3 (JWR66Y). You can get the correct drivers from this page. For more details, see this post.
It is possible on Galaxy S3, but that is the only device. See this thread: Sdcard Bootloader - Galaxy S3 on XDA You may be able to find more information on some of the later pages in that thread to see if your device will be remotely supported in the future.
It is possible in a sense, however. Given the limitations mentioned in @t0mm13b 's answer, it makes sense that the mentioned boot loader (lk) is incapable of doing this. So, we boot a custom kernel from fastboot (for testing), which boots, enables OTG functionality and once a valid kernel is found on the OTG device which is connected, chainloads that into ...
That's not possible – as in Bootloader mode, there's no real OS loaded yet (see XDA Wiki and AddictiveTips). Quoting from AddictiveTips: In literal terms, bootloader is code that is executed before any Operating System starts to run. The concept of bootloaders is universal to virtually all Operating systems that inculcates operating systems on your PC, ...
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