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Top bar - Notification bar Bottom bar - Navigation bar Standard Navigation bar buttons - Back, Home, Recent Apps These are the standard ones in every Android powered device. Note - The word "bar" can be replaced by "panel" sometimes. Update: Title bar (which has app title, search button, back key) - Action bar


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I think much of this is intentionally kept "quiet"... in researching some of this myself a while back, this is the most I could find "in detail". https://github.com/intel/kernelflinger/blob/master/doc/FRP.md Bootloader Policy and Factory Reset Protection Google's verified boot (GVB) specification and Google Factory Reset Protection (FRP) for AndroidTM ...


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Fastboot commandline utilisation as per eLinux.org is shown below. $ fastboot -h usage: fastboot [ <option> ] <command> commands: update <filename> reflash device from update.zip flashall flash boot + recovery + system flash <partition> [ <filename> ] ...


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By browsing the source code (for example here) you can see the usage help: static void usage(char *cmd) { fprintf(stderr, "Usage: %s [ -m max_procs ] [ -n iterations ] [ -d delay ] [ -s sort_column ] [ -t ] [ -h ]\n" " -m num Maximum number of processes to display.\n" " -n num Updates to show before ...


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X-plore is an easy to use app from Google to transfer files from internal to external cards and back. I use it regularly. Go to play.google.com, use search bar at top, search for X-plore. You'll see a couple of the other apps mentioned in earlier responses, both of which I occasionally use.


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Hi use ES File Explorer File Manager. It is easy to use , and user friendly . https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.estrongs.android.pop&hl=en


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I use Total Commander for this kind of stuff. You can use the second button in the bottom bar to move files. Total Commander lets you open two locations at once, which makes copying between those locations even easier.


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