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Exclamation Gnex bootloping.. help please!!

Hello guys.

I'm with this problem that the phone don't pass the google logo.

I0ve tried flashing 4 diferent roms -xenon HD. cm11, etc and all of them dont boot. (flashes normally with wipe and all).

Also tried flasing diferent CWM, tried CWM 6.0.4.7 and 6.0.4.8 and TRMP 2.7 and still happens the same...

I noticed that before flashing new rom (had 4.1.2 on TWRP 2.3) the phone had that gallery problem that cannot open camera algo, could be possible that camera module dont let the phone boot??

Any ideas?

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Wipe system+data+cache+dalvik cache and flash factory image and then flash one of that ROMs.

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Wipe system+data+cache+dalvik cache and flash factory image and then flash one of that ROMs.

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I'll try that. Wich u suggest? 4.1.2, 4.3?

Do i need to flash any specific recovery or just flash stock rom via fastboot?

Do you know where i can find the stock images?

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I'll try that. Wich u suggest? 4.1.2, 4.3?

Do i need to flash any specific recovery or just flash stock rom via fastboot?

Do you know where i can find the stock images?

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Nexus root toolkit: http://www.wugfresh.com/nrt/
Factory images: https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images
Flash 4.3 android
For flashing factory images you don't need custom recovery, but for ROMs you NEED it!
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NO toolkit please.. Just manually use fastboot. No offense to the devs though.

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NO toolkit please.. Just manually use fastboot. No offense to the devs though.

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So, via fastboot , even having custom kenrel, just go to fasboot and:
fastboot flash xxx.img?

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So, via fastboot , even having custom kenrel, just go to fasboot and:
fastboot flash xxx.img?

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Guys, worked like a charm. Thanks a lot!! really appreciate it

For anyone who's in the same situation:
1. install ADB/fastBoot on your pc and install phone drivers
2. put the phone in fastboot mode
3. flash stock image file from link posted above
4. boot phone
5. Done

If you want to flash custom rom right away
6. download cwm 6.0.4.7 or above
7. flash recovery via fastboot (fastboot flash recovery recoveruFileName.zip)
8. enter recovery mode
9. flash new rom

p.s. to put files on phone, you0ll need to install twrp recovery instead, the in that recovery, enter advanced mode, then command line, select sd card then press select on right bottom corner. To transfer files go to command line on pc and pass files like: adb push fileNameAndPath.zip /sdcard

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