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Anyone can show how to do ABD, n -wipe data??

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Anyone can show how to do ABD, n -wipe data??

Postby limteckchai » Wed Jul 28, 2010 3:32 am

Hi guys, can someone show how to use the controlss , like the -adb n -wipe-data???
Preferably wif images.

For the beginners like me, and some others it will be really useful to be able to locate all these stuff you guys often mention in debugging.

Thanks alot :oops:
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