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Old 01-30-2013, 11:47 AM   #38
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Code:
 fastboot --help

usage: fastboot [ <option> ] <command>

commands:
...
  flash <partition> [ <filename> ]         flash downloaded data
...
partitions:
  bootloader                               bootloader, 376KiB
  prod                                     overlaps bootloader, 120KiB
  bist                                     bist, 256KiB
  userdata                                 userdata, 5KiB
  userpartition                            userpartition
  mbr                                      master boot record
  kernel                                   primary kernel
  diags_kernel                             diags kernel
  system                                   main system (root) partition
  diags                                    secondary system (diags) partition
  data                                     user data
fastboot flash diags_kernel kt_5.0.0-diags_kernel (from memory, CHECK THAT, I just did)

You are missing a target alias. This is a bad tool to use without understanding. It can do very bad things... (you asked it - with your malformed command - to write from STDIN to an unknown target partition called kt_5.0.0-diags_kernel from what I can make of the error, thanks goodness you dont have one called that ; ) )

try fastboot --help - worth a read. For sure.

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