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#51
Originally Posted by juiceme View Post
Well, this is one of the reasons I hate GUI tools like this.
For a CLI tool one can give exact information how to use, a string of characters to use on a terminal.
For a GUI tool one can only give vague advice on what should be done and clicked...

For example, how to "flashtool will bundle them" for example; when I push the "flash" button and navigate to a directory where I have a *.ftf file, it will open a tree view of the SW and allow me to start flashing.
If I navigate to the directory where I have this bundle of *sin's I got no such thing and the "flash" button stays grayed out.

For the life of me I cannot understand why people would want to create utilities like these when it is bloody obvious a CLI tool would be much easier???




OK, I'll try to download that.
hehe yeah, Iam CLI guy also
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Originally Posted by nieldk View Post
For Android 6.0.1, you can download 'storefront' version from Xperifirm (version 34.0.A.1.264)
Yes, or this detailed German guide suggests the "Internal – Commerial and Journalists" version. Probably doesn't make much difference either way.

If you ever think that you might want to go back to stock Android, make a note of the current customisation in the phone's service menu.
 

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