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Old January 9th, 2013, 03:48 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by trophynuts View Post
I recommend you learn some simple ADB commands and stay away from toolkits. That is just my opinion. I've never liked them and i think they promote bad habits.
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I don't think the toolkits are bad, but I agree that people have become quite dependent on them to the point that most don't know how to do the technical stuff to save their phone in case something goes wrong.
Very good points, both of you. I could not agree more.

So, that said, I think the best people to use toolkits are people like me; when you get old, you get lazy, lol. You read and read and read and learn all the ADB and fastboot commands, but when it comes to crunch time, I can use a toolkit and fall back on the real knowledge if any thing goes awry.
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