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[N5] Extracted image files from official Google Nexus Factory Image [27 Mar 2015]

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Meanwhile, I think it was one or two weeks ago I tried, it was good and I thought now it stays good. But unfortunately you still face problems and I do this for you (and all other XDA members).

I only have a FTP account to this server, no shell access or management console. Do you have any ideas, where the best place is to store these big files without any hassles like maximum file size, availability time, download traffic or counts, waiting queues, speed limits... of course, I prefer free file hosting

I can give you a ftp account when im home to my personal website i never use.

It should be good enough for what you need. I wanted to start up a download host kinda like samfiles but actually host the files and specifically for the phones i own, but since im considered no one important i doubt people would use it.
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I can give you a ftp account when im home to my personal website i never use.

It should be good enough for what you need. I wanted to start up a download host kinda like samfiles but actually host the files and specifically for the phones i own, but since im considered no one important i doubt people would use it.

Perfect. How much space could I get, is there a traffic limit... something I have to keep in mind?
And can I use it for the extracted image files for the Galaxy Nexus as well?
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Perfect. How much space could I get, is there a traffic limit... something I have to keep in mind?
And can I use it for the extracted image files for the Galaxy Nexus as well?

Its suppose to be unlimited data and bandwith but obiously thats a marketing scheme so really till the web host complains. Its all legal so shouldnt be an issue.

Also id put no limit on you and you can use it for anything legal even private web pages for all i care.. Id give you a private sub-domain like whatever.mydomain.com
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I had one general query. WE have to just flash this factory image through any recovery for example thru TWRP... N do we have to flash stock kernel for this also.. Please guide me through this. I have flashed custom ROMS just want to know is the procedure same or something different..
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I had one general query. WE have to just flash this factory image through any recovery for example thru TWRP... N do we have to flash stock kernel for this also.. Please guide me through this. I have flashed custom ROMS just want to know is the procedure same or something different..

You can flash what you want using fastboot. It's the same as the original factory imgs but you do not need to download the full compressed file.
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