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I was having the same problem.I tried this http://myandroidteacher.blogspot.in/2014/07/fix-fastboot-problems-on-windows-8-and.html
It looks like you've got the wrong factory image. You're trying to flash the bootloader for flounder (which I believe is for the Nexus 9). You need to download a Nexus 5 factory image which should contain a bootloader called bootloader-hammerhead-hhz12d.img (or similar)
I now downloaded the hammerhead-lrx22c-factory-0f9eda1b instead of the volantisg-lrx22c-factory-a9668749 and it worked flawlessly.
try using adb reboot-bootloader from the adb usage text adb reboot [bootloader|recovery] - reboots the device, optionally into the bootloader or recovery program adb reboot-bootloader - reboots the device into the bootloader
As Ryan commented, you can use fastboot commands to push a recovery image to your phone. download a recovery image for your phone if you don't have one, then connect your phone to your pc and, via the fastboot tool on your computer, type fastboot flash recovery recovery.img where "recovery.img" is the absolute path of your custom recovery image (path is ...
I probably found the cause of this issue. It seems that device was not properly unlocked. Despite Unlocker_v8.log file which said that device has been unlocked it wasn't. The unlock app v8 from official asus support pages did not work for me. I tried entire process (link is in my very first message) but tried unlocker v7 which is the second latest. I ...
Fastboot allows you to send commands to your phone while in the bootloader. The bootloader is the one place that ADB is not running. Disclaimer, not all of these may work with your device. fastboot oem unlock Unlock your bootloader. If your device supports this, you can unlock your bootloader here. Most phones require an exploit in order to gain root ...
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