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How to Unlock the Bootloader on Nexus One to Run Custom OS

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  1. Enforcerman August 12, 2010 Reply

    this seems a little incomplete.
    These instructions dont talk about how you’ll need to install the Android SDK which is something I needed to do in order to get my Nexus One to be recognized by the computer…

  2. Matthew Baker May 9, 2010 Reply

    DOESNT WORK… OR I AM NOT DOING SOMETHING RIGHT. I have dragged and dropped the folder onto the cmd line and it looks like this.

    Bakers-Macbook:~ thecheph$ /Users/thecheph/Downloads/fastboot

    pressed enter and now looks like this:

    -bash: /Users/thecheph/Downloads/fastboot: is a directory

    So that doesn’t help I know its a directory!

    Tried this Bakers-Macbook:~ thecheph$ /Users/thecheph/Downloads/fastboot/fastboot-mac

    and get this:

    Bakers-Macbook:~ thecheph$ /Users/thecheph/Downloads/fastboot/fastboot-mac
    usage: fastboot [ ]

    commands:
    update reflash device from update.zip
    flashall flash boot + recovery + system
    flash [ ] write a file to a flash partition
    erase erase a flash partition
    getvar display a bootloader variable
    boot [ ] download and boot kernel
    flash:raw boot [ ] create bootimage and flash it
    devices list all connected devices
    reboot reboot device normally
    reboot-bootloader reboot device into bootloader

    options:
    -w erase userdata and cache
    -s specify device serial number
    -p specify product name
    -c override kernel commandline
    -i specify a custom USB vendor id
    Bakers-Macbook:~ thecheph$

    I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO. I need something to copy and paste. I tried everything. HELP. Please email me responses to matt.baker48@gmail.com

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