Having read the original revision of your post, I'm a little surprised that such an experienced user wouldn't have a better way of dealing with his posts being VTC'ed. Things may be different in the crowded, shouty city of Stack Overflow, but ASE is above all a friendly site. Mistakes happen sometimes, and if we think someone has made a bad call, we try to persuade them civilly and rationally, without name-calling or hyperbole. It's a struggle sometimes, and everyone has an off day now and then, but it makes the site more rewarding for everyone and ultimately more involving. If you think you can manage to join us in a friendly discussion, then we can help resolve any problems together. If you can't manage that, then the warning that we are discouraging your involvement won't trouble us greatly.
I must admit that I was a little uncertain when I read your posts. We've occasionally had problems on ASE with users posting several similar questions to promote a commercial product, or some very confused users trying to get a tutorial by asking about one step at a time (e.g. "How do I install adb?" "What custom ROM can I use for this device?" "How do I install Odin?" "How do I connect this device to my computer?" "How do I unlock the bootloader?" etc. instead of simply "How do I install a custom ROM?"). And we sometimes get one user re-posting the same completely off-topic question over and over, with slightly different wordings, to try to get it considered on-topic.
For this reason, when I saw a succession of (on the face of it) similar questions, all self-answered, all from the same user, I was immediately on the alert: not because of anything particularly wrong with the questions, but because we've had problems with similar-looking questions. It took me quite some reflection, and reading the questions several times, to convince myself that you're "on the level" (i.e. that you're posting in good faith, and that you understand we're not trying to be Wikipedia). The regular users on the site are quite a mix: some (like me) are developers, some make a living through Android in various ways, and some are just keen users who don't touch the command-line if they can help it. Given all of these factors, I'm not at all surprised that a close-vote was thrown in haste.
As you're an experienced user on other SE sites, I know you don't really believe that one close-vote constitutes an "execution". But if it troubles you so much, I can think of some things you might do next time to avoid even that:-
Phrase your question as a question. None of your posts contains a question. They're all just error messages and transcripts of terminal sessions. If you weren't answering your own question, we'd say, "What are you asking? Is it 'what does the error mean?' or 'how can I get past it?' What are you trying to achieve when you get this error?" In fact, if your aim is to make posts that are useful to future visitors, I'd recommend that you add those details now, to make the questions more understandable. It should have the side-effect of making it easier to see that they're not the same question.
If you're planning something a little out-of-the-ordinary, such as a 'dump' of useful information on one topic, it doesn't hurt to drop into our chat-room and let us know that you're going to do it. Or ask on meta, "I just did some stuff with Heimdall. Is it OK if I post a series of questions and answer them myself, to document the problems I overcame?" (The answer will certainly be yes: the idea's not to get permission, but to alert us.) It's not necessary, but that way, it won't be a surprise to the regulars, and we are less likely to jump to conclusions or get 'trigger-happy'.
To reiterate: I don't think there's anything wrong with your questions. On ASE, we're just not used to getting helpful content in this manner. When we get several similar posts from one user, it's more commonly spam or otherwise unhelpful. I can see why you might be irritated that someone made a bad call in this case, and if you can rise above that irritation and stay civil, we'll respect you all the more for it.