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Hi XDA,

my brother got his GNex wet and gave it to me. I took it apart entirely and let it dry overnight, I assembled it back together today but I can't get into the OS.
Bootloader, Fastboot, Download-Mode, recovery and ADB sideload all work fine but if I want to boot into the OS it just keeps rebooting at the Google-logo with the little lock at the bottom.

What I've tried so far:

Reflash the stock ROM via the Nexus Root Toolkit
Repartition and reflash stock ROM via Odin
Flash CyanogenMod in CWM

I've tried all of the above multiple times, I can't get it to boot.

Could it be that the internal memory is defective? If so, is there any tool that I could use to test it? Can I partiton "around" the defective parts?

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Juat use fastboot and no toolkit. Flash the factory image..

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Juat use fastboot and no toolkit. Flash the factory image..

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That's essentially exactly the same, all the toolkit does is execute the commands automatically
 
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That's essentially exactly the same, all the toolkit does is execute the commands automatically
Fastboot does too with less failure chance and more input on what went wrong.

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Fastboot does too with less failure chance and more input on what went wrong.

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Okay I just did that according to this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...nexus-t1626895 but it still doesn't boot properly. Any ideas?

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I just noticed that:

http://i.imgur.com/hUJPul7.jpg

Could it be that the Cache-partition is defective or something?
 
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No ideas? :/
 
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Err thats recovery. Not fastboot. But maybe your internal memory has died.. But I sont know sure yet.

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Err thats recovery. Not fastboot. But maybe your internal memory has died.. But I sont know sure yet.

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I can get to fastboot and download-mode as well, that's how I flashed the ROM and the stock recovery
 
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No ideas? :/

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