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21st January 2014, 07:18 AM |#1  
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Hey guys , here is my problem...

Im passing my GSM Gnex to my brother , so I wiped everything ( *including format data using ) latest TWRP recovery.

Later , when I tried to reboot , it says no OS installed and my device doesnt appear to be rooted + no SuperSU installed.

So , I boot up to my bootloader with USB cable connected to my phone , no driver was installed or what-so-ever.

Can anyone help me ? Searched through the forum but cant find an answer which satisfy me.

Thanks in advance.

*Note : I have a Nandroid Gnex backup ( running 4.4.2 ROM ) on my computer.
 
 
21st January 2014, 07:59 AM |#2  
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Are you able to boot into Recovery?
21st January 2014, 08:38 AM |#3  
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Or restore the backup or use fastboot to flash Factory image (you seem to have a driver problem)

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21st January 2014, 09:24 AM |#4  
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are u using windows 8?
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Are you able to boot into Recovery?

Yes

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Or restore the backup or use fastboot to flash Factory image (you seem to have a driver problem)

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Okay , I'll try.





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are u using windows 8?

Windows 7 Home Premium

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Just use the Toolkit and flash the latest factory image. or you can use adb sideload option in TWRP and sideload the zip files of a rom or your backup.
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Just use the Toolkit and flash the latest factory image. or you can use adb sideload option in TWRP and sideload the zip files of a rom or your backup.


Thanks man , I flashed the factory image. And everything is normal again.

Appreciate it. Thanks again !
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