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Press the volume down and power button at the same time. If that does not work try pressing all three buttons at once (power, volume up, and volume down)
Have you tried putting the proper drivers in the right locations on your filesystem? This has been an issue with my Nexus 7 as well, and was solved by acquiring the proper drivers. Also, it seems from your fastboot screen information your Nexus is fairly custom at this point (product name usually reads grouper, the device codename, yours seems to call ...
Your clue is in the output log: "System/bin/install-recovery.sh" has unexpected contents. Since Android 5, OTA installs verify each partition as a whole so any changes will result in verification failing even if the file is not changed by the update. Something has changed the install-recovery.sh file, so you will need to revert the change or copy the ...
"Fastboot" is another name for the bootloader. On the devices I've used (Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 5, Nexus 10), the bootloader is stored in a partition called "bootloader", and you can use it to overwrite itself by running fastboot flash bootloader (filename) from a PC. Overwriting the bootloader partition with something that isn't a working bootloader will ...
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