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You're looking in wrong direction. insufficient-memory error shows up when you're running low in space under data partition (named: userdata; mounted at /data). It stores user installed apps (APKs), updated system apps (APKs), their data files inter alia. System apps by-default are stored in system partition (named: system; mounted at /system). That ...


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No... It is a safeguard in newer Android versions. Even if you have the correct unlock token, you must have the option turned on in Developer Options before attempting to unlock the bootloader or it will not be allowed. This is a nearly foolproof system, there is no know software based way around it.


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As Firelord asked me to sum things up, here we go: First, you cannot do a backup using fastboot. Fastboot is like a one-way road: you can only use it to write partitions (either by flashing a corresponding image, or by wiping it) – but you cannot "pull" a partition. Which leaves ADB. Yes, it's possible via ADB – but it will require root. As Firelord ...


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Since the phone can still boot into Odin mode the best thing to do here is to flash a stock firmware and start all over again. You could have flashed a wrong recovery hence the boot failure; it happens. Just get and flash a full stock firmware in Odin. Make sure the firmware is for your device model and network/region. Samsung phones have a tendency to ...


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If you are planning to charge your phone enough so that you can flash again, try this @echo off :start fastboot getvar battery-voltage fastboot reboot-bootloader ping /n 6 localhost >nul goto start save it as a batch file and place it in adb and run it. This will basically make your phone to reboot the bootloader continuously until you reach a ...



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