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Leaked Galaxy Nexus boot / recovery / system dump from dev (not release) build

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4th November 2011, 09:21 PM   |  #1  
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Let's say I have a Nexus Prime (Galaxy Prime) laying around... How would I flash all of this. In what order?
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You wouldn't, your Galaxy Nexus would have it installed already.
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Let's say I have a Nexus Prime (Galaxy Prime) laying around... How would I flash all of this. In what order?

I wouldn't flash a pre-release build (like this one) if you already have the release build on your Galaxy Nexus...
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What if i'm running an old pre release build. How do I flash a .tar... through fastboot ???

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What if i'm running an old pre release build. How do I flash a .tar... through fastboot ???

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Again, you wouldn't.

This type of release is not a release that can be flashed, you might be able push it all manually, but the release is just for curious people/developers who is looking at the software.
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What if i'm running an old pre release build. How do I flash a .tar... through fastboot ???

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I haven't downloaded myself. I tar file is an archive like a zip file. What's inside? If it is a bunch of files, you will need to manually push them all to your device (like FISKER_Q said) using adb. If it is one image file then just use fastboot.
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What if i'm running an old pre release build. How do I flash a .tar... through fastboot ???

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So I just downloaded it, and it is all the files in the /system partition. You can push them manually via ADB, or you can (or have someone) create a flashable zip and flash through recovery.
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What if i'm running an old pre release build. How do I flash a .tar... through fastboot ???

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A tar file can be flashed through Odin. Since its a Samsung phone I'm sure Odin will support it.

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