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[ODIN] IMM76D 4.0.4 yakju/maguro [REPACKS]

7th April 2012, 10:51 AM |#1  
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FLASH AT YOUR OWN RISK

This repacks are only for the yakju/maguro model - the international GSM version of the Galaxy Nexus

I personally had some trouble installing the OTA update, so here's some ODIN repacks of the full stock image. Personally I prefer ODIN over fastboot/sh combos.

No wipe, no recovery, no bootloaders

IMPORTANT: "No wipe" is only if your device has been previously OEM unlocked. If your device is NOT OEM unlocked, this WILL wipe your data !

Use this version to update your existing installation to IMM76D. It includes kernel, system, and radio, but keeps your recovery (CWM ?), bootloaders, and userdata intact.

Download: http://goo.im/devs/Chainfire/yakju/C...norecovery.zip

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Use this version to flash the complete stock IMM76D ROM. It includes bootloaders, kernel, recovery, system, userdata, and radio.

Download: http://goo.im/devs/Chainfire/yakju/C...MM76D_full.zip

Originals

The full original Google images can be found here:

http://code.google.com/android/nexus/images.html

ODIN ?!

The (Windows) software is attached. USE THE ATTACHED VERSION. DO NOT USE AN OLDER VERSION. A lot of you will be familiar with ODIN from other Samsung devices... well, it works exactly the same on this device.

Turn off your device, turn it on again by holding volume-down and power to enter ODIN download mode.

Launch the ODIN software, press the PDA button and select the .tar file you extracted from the .zip file you downloaded.

Make sure in the ODIN program "Re-Partition", "Phone EFS Clear", and "Phone Bootloader Update" are NOT checked.

Connect the Android device with your computer and you should see a yellow box in the ODIN program. Press the "Start" button, wait a minute or so, and your device will be booted with this firmware.

Also see the attached image, which has every box you need to look at circled in red
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7th April 2012, 10:56 AM |#2  
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Personally I prefer ODIN over fastboot/sh combos.

Why??

a "flashodin" without a repartition (without pit file) itīs like a flash with fastboot method...

why do you prefer odin?
7th April 2012, 10:58 AM |#3  
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Why??

a "flashodin" without a repartition (without pit file) itīs like a flash with fastboot method...

why do you prefer odin?

Because it's quicker and easier. But that's a personal opinion. This is not a discussion about what is best, each method works. ODIN is my personal preference - I'm not saying it should be yours.

(Also, these files can be used with Mobile ODIN )
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Originally Posted by Chainfire

Because it's quicker and easier. But that's a personal opinion. This is not a discussion about what is best, each method works. ODIN is my personal preference - I'm not saying it should be yours.

(Also, these files can be used with Mobile ODIN )

ok ok

Iīm only curious for you opinion and if you maybe have a special info about it...

Odin was my best "friend" when I had the i9000

I take this occasion to thank you for all your work with the i9000 and now with the GNEX... Thanks a lot!!

best regards
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Yes, odin is always easier for people who are not familiar with fastboot command
and mobile odin works really great without a PC
thanks Chainfire
7th April 2012, 12:50 PM |#6  
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Hey!

First of all thanks for all the previous works Chainfire :)

I own a GNex yakjuxw - so no direct support by Google. Is it possible to flash the files you are providing to get to yakju?
And if so I suppose I have to use the same set up that you mention?

Thanks in advance :)

fennecus

EDIT:
I decided to just go for it and it worked. I am on 4.0.4 yakju now and relocked the bootloader with the gnex toolkit

Thanks Chainfire for providing this easy way to update!
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7th April 2012, 01:34 PM |#7  
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thanks chainfire! I've been waiting for this
7th April 2012, 07:33 PM |#8  
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One question, also works with Odin Mobile?
Thanks and congratulations ...

Ok I read the other post, sorry ...
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Thanks you for this sir.

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So nice to see some of the big devs preferring ODIN. tired of hearing the 'it's closed source, it's unstable, etc.' talk that some people go on and on about with ODIN. It works, it works well.
Thanks for the ODIN images
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