You actually see what is happening step-by-step in this method, in the hopes that you will learn something.
A toolkit does not run you through the steps, so it breeds a new wave of users who don't know how to use fastboot and don't know how to troubleshoot.
I have previously done this method and loving 4.0.4. Now I am wondering about trying different radios, as I am in Australia
To flash a new radio in fastboot, do i just type:
fastboot flash radio (radio-maguro-i9250xxla02.img) <- whatever the name of the radio image is
Or do i have to reboot the bootloader, and flash all the other stuff first?
After I flash the radio, do I just reboot the bootloader and that is that... or do I need to flash the system partition, boot partition and erase the cache too?
If I change the radio, I have to return it back to XXLA2 for future OTA updates to install successfully, right
Stock Android 4.0.4
- Will this toolkit (http://www.tested.com/news/feature/3...root-required/) affect in updating my GNex?
B. Backup your data
3) Once you have backed up your data, you may want to back up your current build (not required). If so, follow the instructions in this thread.
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