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Fastboot is a protocol that allows a device to be flashed with new software or firmware. It is a command-line tool that is included in the Android SDK Platform-Tools package and is used primarily in the bootloader and recovery modes of Android devices. Fastboot is commonly used to flash custom ROMs, recoveries, and kernels on Android devices, as well as to unlock the bootloader, which enables users to install custom firmware.

The Fastboot protocol uses USB connections to communicate with the device, and it provides a way to access and modify the device's internal storage partitions, allowing users to install new firmware or applications directly to the device.


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