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ROM Area Tool For ADB And Fastboot V1.0 Free Download


Unlike most Android devices, Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets don't have a true Fastboot interface for firmware flashing. The OEM developed its own firmware flashing tool known as "Odin," named after the king of Gods in Norse mythology. Odin communicates with a special software component called "Loke" which seems to be named after another important character in Norse mythology (often translated as "Loki"). Loke runs on Samsung devices while in download mode and provides the functionality necessary to perform a flashing operation.




ROM Area Tool for ADB and Fastboot v1.0 | Free Download



Grabbing the right version of Odin is the first step. Due to the fact, the tool is never meant to be used by consumers, Samsung doesn't host it on a public download portal. Fortunately, XDA Senior Member realbbb maintains a repository of verified copies of the Odin tool. He also offers patched variants of Odin (known as "3B patched") that are capable of bypassing a number of Samsung-imposed obstacles while cross-flashing.


Both drivers are required in Android development such as testing ROMs, testing apps, rooting an Android phone, etc. And if you want to enter into development or testing then you need these drivers very often. The download file of ADB and Fastboot driver is about 9MB. And the installation procedure will just take around 1-2 minutes. Thanks to the XDA member Snoop05 who made it so easy to install adb fastboot drivers. Below you will find the download link for ADB & Fastboot Drivers.


Before attempting to flash a recovery image, you must have the lastest fastboot executable from the Android SDK (available here under the "Get just the command line tools" heading) installed on the host machine.


To enter fastboot mode on the SHIELD TV (2017 edition), follow the instructions in the "How To Flash" section of the latest open source README (for example, the 5.0.0 README linked above or here).Windows USB DriverNVIDIA provides updated Windows USB drivers for developers having issues with the default Google adb or fastboot driver. If your machine is unable to detect SHIELD, download this driver and follow the instructions linked from the Download Center to install.


NVIDIA provides Windows USB drivers for developers having issues with the default Google adb or fastboot driver. If your machine is unable to detect SHIELD, download this driver and follow the instructions linked from the Download Center to install.


NVIDIA provides updated Windows USB drivers for developers having issues with the default Google adb or fastboot driver. If your machine is unable to detect SHIELD, download this driver and follow the instructions linked from the Download Center to install.


XiaoMiTool V2 (XMT2) is a unofficial tool for your personal computer that you can use to manage your xiaomi smartphone rom and software and do some modding easily.XiaoMiTool V2 it's the follow-up of XiaoMiTool, with improved stability, more features and better graphics. XiaoMiTool V2 will take care of most of the operations you would need to do, from when you connect the device to your pc until the desired rom or piece of software is installed. XiaoMiTool V2 can download the latest official roms, twrp, root with magisk and decide which is the best way to install it on your device XiaoMiTool V2 is the all-in-one tool to make modding easy for everyone with a Xiaomi smartphone.


- Autonomous fetching of roms (when available): official roms (chinese stable, beta, global stable, beta), xiaomi.eu roms, twrp, magisk and more to come.- Autonomous fetching of device information and status: currently installed rom, bootloader status, recovery,...- Autonomous decision of installation type: fastboot, stock recovery, twrp, fastboot recovery and more to come- Autonomous device management: you enable the usb debug, XMT2 will take care of almost everything else (rebooting, querying information, sending commands)- Autonomous driver installation: don't bother forcing driver installation on your PC, XMT2 will do it for you- Autonomous tool installation: no other tool (minimal adb or else) is needed: XMT2 is all-in-one, install and run tool- Built in bootloader unlock tool. Works the same as the official one.- More to come


Just download and it install it on your PC first.Then launch it and follow the instructions that will be prompted to you.This tool is designed to be guided itself, with no need of boring guides to follow, if it needs you to do something, you will be prompted to do that.The basic flow process is: launch XiaoMiTool V2, connect your device to your PC using the cable, enable USB debug, choose the rom you want to install when asked, wait, done.


XiaoMiTool will try to unbrick your device with the best procedure available. It will use both fastboot and the stock recovery to flash a stock rom, wiping the data partition.In some cases the device might not be unbricked with this tool, for example if it is hard-bricked.


There are plenty of custom recovery tools to choose from, but the two most popular ones are TWRP and ClockworkMod (CWM). We recommend using one of the two as most devices are compatible with them. Visit the respective website and download the version that is compatible with your device.


After the file is downloaded, extract the ZIP and you should have the bootloader image (this is not boot image), radio image, a couple of flash-scripts, and another ZIP file. You need to extract this ZIP file, which should give you the boot image (boot.img) that you need. You can flash it to your phone using the fastboot flash boot boot.img command.


In order to achieve this goal, we have combined the imx-usb-loader tool with the fastboot support in U-Boot and some scripting. Thanks to this combination of a tool, running a single script is sufficient to perform the factory flashing, or even restore an already flashed device back to a known state.


Fastboot is a protocol originally created for Android, which is used primarily to modify the flash filesystem via a USB connection from a host computer. Most Android systems run a bootloader that implements the fastboot protocol, and therefore can be reflashed from a host computer running the corresponding fastboot tool. It sounded like a good candidate for the second step of our factory flashing process, to actually flash the different parts of our system.


Fastboot needs a user-space program on the host computer side to talk to the board. This tool can be found in the Android SDK and is often available through packages in many Linux distributions. However, to make things easier and like we did for imx-usb-loader, we sent a patch to add the Android tools such as fastboot and adb to the Buildroot build system. As of this writing, our patch is still waiting to be applied by the Buildroot maintainers. 041b061a72


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