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Hi. Odin never recognizes my phone. I have tried it on two computers, drivers are installed and everything is ready to go. I've never had issues with Odin in the past. Does anyone know what could be happening?
You've tried all USB ports and are using a name brand cable?

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You've tried all USB ports and are using a name brand cable?

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Yes...and two phones.


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the GA02 flashable radios can be install regardless the ROM I have???
 
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the GA02 flashable radios can be install regardless the ROM I have???
CORRECT roms and radios are independent of each other.

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is the fh05 the latest before the 4.2 update?

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Hmmmm or is there a stock kernel that I can odin so I can get tge new 4.2 update? Im stock rooted but I have cwm recovery and bootloader unlock and I was trying to manually update to 4.2 but when in recovery it keeps failing or aborted so im guessing its because I have cwm recovery so is there a stock recovery I could flash or odin or do I just need to odin the whole rom?

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is the fh05 the latest before the 4.2 update?

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Hmmmm or is there a stock kernel that I can odin so I can get tge new 4.2 update? Im stock rooted but I have cwm recovery and bootloader unlock and I was trying to manually update to 4.2 but when in recovery it keeps failing or aborted so im guessing its because I have cwm recovery so is there a stock recovery I could flash or odin or do I just need to odin the whole rom?

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hey guys please help if you could... I put my Nexus back to stock but when i go into stock recovery it shows the adroid guy lying down with a red exclamation mark what an I doing wrong? I used the gnexus toolkit to reinstall the stock recovery again and it still defaults to the adroid guy/ red exclamation mark??? I am selling this and need to bring it back 100% stock. I already used this thread to bring back to stock twice but it will not let the stock recovery flash GRRR help!
 
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hey guys please help if you could... I put my Nexus back to stock but when i go into stock recovery it shows the adroid guy lying down with a red exclamation mark what an I doing wrong? I used the gnexus toolkit to reinstall the stock recovery again and it still defaults to the adroid guy/ red exclamation mark??? I am selling this and need to bring it back 100% stock. I already used this thread to bring back to stock twice but it will not let the stock recovery flash GRRR help!
That stock recovery. When you see the Android laying down hold power and tap volume up.

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That stock recovery. When you see the Android laying down hold power and tap volume up.

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My device wont take the OTA update from 4.1.1 and I think its because the baseband doesnt match

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Build number ends in FH05

Baseband both end in
FC12

I would assume I just need to fastboot flash the FH05 radios yes?

Never fastboot flashed a radio(although ive done it for plenty of other things), can someone give me the correct commands?

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Found QB kings video, so I got it (many thanks to him)... but damn it sucks watching a video for 1 bit of info. The commands should be added to the info in the 2nd post. (also a suggestion to add it to the video descriptions for those lookng to quickly find )

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