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I finally made it work. Here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2588979 I installed the application and went through the process, then in command prompt, changed to C:\adb, and tried different adb commands, I do not quite know the thing that triggered the change, the ones I tried: >adb -d >adb kill_server >adb usb That made it ...


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USB Debugging is not relevant, it doesn't come into play here, but you must be able to connect it to your computer via USB. The first thing you have to do is unlock the bootloader, luckily the Nexus 4 does not require anything special to unlock the bootloader. From the fasboot screen, on your computer use the command: sudo fastboot oem unlock And follow ...


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If the device supports USB host mode you can connect a USB-OTG (USB on the go) cable and connect a USB mouse or a USB keyboard to bypass the broken touchscreen. Then you can navigate to developers options to turn the usb debugging on. Find out more at : How to turn on USB debugging Also have a look :XDA Developers: Remotely turn on USB debugging ...


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I was just commenting on another similar question. Is your phone rooted? You can try this post's solutions to see if one of the methods work. I believe you can flash a custom recovery via fastboot in case it's not present. Eg. - fastboot flash recovery <<recovery-name.img>> fastboot reboot-bootloader Then use volume keys to select recovery, ...



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