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"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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of course you can, use below link and Download Offline any package's you need : http://downloads.puresoftware.org/files/android/ // i think your ip banned from Google.like IRAN Ip :) For Online packages download. after Download : Extract Folder, (Example : build-tools ) in : SDK Root Directory. or if doesnt exist with this name, Create a folder with ...


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I made something for OS X, this may be exactly what you are looking for: Quick ADB/Fastboot installer: ADB and Fastboot binaries with installer


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Depends on the application. In case of applications downloading additional data, some applications create their own folder on the SD card, or they to their appropriate folder in the Android folder on the SD card (either in data or obb), or even somewhere else. Application itself (without the additional data) should normally be stored on the /data partition.


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Try different Gapps package, my recommendation is PA-GAPPS (notice: they work on all ROMs, not just Paranoid-Android) This is in case that the only apps that are crashing are Google apps. In case all apps crash, you might not have wiped correctly before installing.


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The /system folder contains your operative system. That is why it won't boot anymore. Xiaomi's default MiRecovery permits only installing a ROM located in your root directory (the main folder, corresponding to location /) and named update.zip. Since you can't access your phone directly, you have to put this file in it using your computer. This will include ...



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