I cant unlock it....

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    Yo i downloaded everything i was supposed to and when i get to cmd commands and put it fastboot windows oem unlock it says that isnt a recognized command...
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    You're not doing something right...you have to use the cd.. Command to get to the folder you saved to and then the unlock command is ./detroit you need the ./before the detroit oem unlock command

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    Yea I put it in the c folder, then did the cmd, found the root folder, then when I do the fast boot part, it says it can't find it...: have no clue what I'm doing wrong... I did everything the directions said

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    Make sure you have the drivers
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    you know your drivers are installed correctly if in adb you type: adb devices and you get a list of devices and you device number.
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    Drivers. Get them. I installed the "pdanet" ones.
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    A non recognized command isnt a driver issue I dontbelieve. Its a folder or file in the wrong place. If you haven't got this solved yet tell us exactly what you are doing.

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    Xkape wins lol. What I had done was extract the files to the root folder, but it still extracted it in the folder it was already in. So instead of being root then ______, it was root, then galaxy nexus super boot, then _______. My mistake but thanks guys.

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    There goes another bricked GNEX swapped for warranty replacement.
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    Uhh no.

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    Oh good! Looks like xkape beat me to it! :p. Glad you figured that out! :D

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    Download the android sdk and do it from there its better.

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    If you need help I might be able to explain it. LOL

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