1. You can install Java, just by writing: sudo apt-get install default-jdk in terminal window, or follow these steps: Download Java, in my case I downloaded this one.

2. To install Java, open terminal window, go to the location where you downloaded Java, and write:

tar zxvf jdk-8u45-linux-x64.tar.gz

3. After installing Java write something like:

export JAVA_HOME=/home/myUserName/myDownloadPlace/jdk1.8.0_45

Of course change myUserName/myDownloadPlace.

or write:

sudo gedit /etc/environment

then in environment write:

export JAVA_HOME=/home/myUserName/myDownloadPlace/jdk1.8.0_45

4. Then write:

sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32bz2-1.0 lib32stdc++6

5. Finally download Android Studio, extract it, go to bin folder, in my case that is something like:


6. Execute:


7. Go to File -> Project Structure -> JDK location box: enter and browse to your Java JDK.

8. Download from here and install Java JRE, and I copied downloaded version to folder /home/myUserName/Android/Sdk/tools/lib/monitor-x86_64/jre

You can use Nexus Root Toolkit, but I would rather do it manually.

I am using steps from this web site.

First download appropriate image from here. Extract it. Then download latest Android SDK, in my case it was this one. If you don't have it installed already then download Java, and install it of course.

After you finished installing Android SDK leave check box Start SDK manager checked like on picture I am not sure if we need this part, since in folder:


AppData is hidden folder...

in my case I couldn't find adb. Anyhow, I've left the check box checked, and was waiting for couple of hours (washed dishes, eating,...):

That will open new window Android SDK manager, just click install packages:

Add  %APPDATA%\Local\Android\android-sdk\platform-tools to path in Environment Variables.

Open command prompt in a folder where you previously extracted the image, (in my case that was something like: E:\hammerhead-lmy48b) and execute:


and wait until files are not written to the device.

After signing in, to avoid automatic installation of applications in Get your apps & data, from restore from this backup choose setup as new device:

uncheck check box to Backup your phone's app:


Google Drive 
My tracks

Yesterday I was playing with Link2SD and I tried to move one system file to SD card, after that I was stucked at hboot.


PG76IMG_Marvel_HTC_Europe_1.66.401.1_Radio_47.10g.35.3032H_7.49.36.01M_release_209754_signed.zip, from here.

I have unzipped the file, and manually updated ROM, using commands from command prompt:


fastboot flash boot boot.img

fastboot flash dzdata dzdata.img

fastboot flash partition partition.img

fastboot flash radio radio.img

fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

fastboot flash system system.img


As it is described here.


You will need files: