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16th April 2014, 08:07 PM |#1  
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Hi XDA!

First of all, sorry for my bad english!

Since yesterday I have a big problem with my Galaxy Nexus I9000 I9250 (GSM).
I did a dirty flash upgrade to the latest CM11 official nightly (CM updater), but since then my phone freezes randomly and my screen gets pink, then I cant use my phone and need to pull my battery. I didn't overclock my phone and used the CM11 stock kernel.

Today I'd restore my phone to the Google Stock Image (Android 4.3.3), didn't install any mods and I still got the same problem!

Is my phone bricked? Could you help me out?

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How did you restore to stock?

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How did you restore to stock?

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I'd use SkipSoft Unified Android Toolkit
17th April 2014, 05:01 AM |#4  
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Toolkits never work that well if you don't understand the underlying processes. I suggest you revert to stock via adb - that way, you know and understand what exactly you're doing to your phone.

There is a revert to stock guide here.

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17th April 2014, 05:15 AM |#5  
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I9000 isn't GNex... U sure is Gnex?? I9250 is a GNex!

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17th April 2014, 07:45 AM |#6  
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Toolkits never work that well if you don't understand the underlying processes. I suggest you revert to stock via adb - that way, you know and understand what exactly you're doing to your phone.

There is a revert to stock guide here.

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I think you mean fastboot

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Thanks everyone for the help. I'd flash PA, and everything works like a charm for some reason..!
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17th April 2014, 05:33 PM |#8  
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And whoops sorry for the i9000 thingy :S
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