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Twrp system may not automatically mount. From twrp select mounts and system. Or reboot recovery.

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I tried that when I shaving that problem but system would not Allow me to mount system. It would let me check off everything but that.

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I tried that when I shaving that problem but system would not Allow me to mount system. It would let me check off everything but that.

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You can try flashing twrp with adb again? Not sure why it wont mount system.

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Twrp system may not automatically mount. From twrp select mounts and system. Or reboot recovery.

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I'll try that but it's weird because it never happenned to me before and now it's happenning to me every time.
 
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I'll try that but it's weird because it never happenned to me before and now it's happenning to me every time.
I have already gone back to stock completely and started all over to verify I did everything correct. I got sane results not sure if Tomatot has tried more than once.
Not sure if it makes a difference but my N5 is the t-mobile store version.

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Mine is from Google Play. Today I flashed a ROM and before I mounted system. The installation was very long (more than usual i'd say) but it finally worked !
 
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Mine is from Google Play. Today I flashed a ROM and before I mounted system. The installation was very long (more than usual i'd say) but it finally worked !
Glad to see yours is working. I was able to flash the stock 4.4.1 but it was still feeling a little wonky. Battery got stuck again this time at 35% so I used nexus tool to return to stock completely but still same issue with battery. I think I'm going to lock it and exchange it at the T mobile store.

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Here is what's happenning :

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Formatting /system (takes about 5 minutes)
Extracting /system
Symlinking
Flashing boot.img
Yeah !
Script succeeded : resultat was [/system]




Can it help you guys ?

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