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Old 03-12-2012, 09:20 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by hostar View Post
I'm proudly present working and tested fastboot for Windows.
Tested by rewriting diags partition by zeroes and then rewrote back with proper data.
Lack of ability flash main (system) partition correct probably still persist.
So don't do this, flash only diags partition.

File are same like before, just run EXE, for compile on 32 bit Windows run make.bat.

Please post feedback.

Poetcop: <waiting for device> message has been deleted before, but now it should appear, if first found device is not Kindle in fastboot.
Hmm... in my case, I verified that windows sees my touch as a fastboot device (1949:d0d0), and I have libusb0.dll installed in c:\windows\system32. But I cannot get past <waiting for device> with your program. I tried running it from a DOS prompt, and in a cygwin shell.

@hostar: How did you test this on your system?

EDIT: Hmm... Now even my linux fastboot that previously worked is stuck at "<waiting for device>", so the problem I am seeing is probably not with your program here... *** Nevermind -- I forgot to do "sudo ./fastboot ...". The linux fastboot still works fine.

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