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Accidentally deleted my OS backup

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13th June 2014, 10:26 PM   |  #1  
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So I wiped my my whole SD card and I have a brick pretty much does anyone know how to put back the OS on your phone using fastboot or is there any other options

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Oh yeah I wiped my OS because I was installing a custom ROM so I have nothing

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Either use adb to push a ROM zip to your phone, or flash the stock images in fastboot

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Here's a link to flashing factory images
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2513701

[TUTORIAL] How to flash a factory image | Return to stock | Unroot/SAVE your Nexus 5

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use fastboot to flash a recovery and then use the recovery to mount the sdcard on a computer so you can push a rom over. if you want stock fastboot can flash stock.
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use fastboot to flash a recovery and then use the recovery to mount the sdcard on a computer so you can push a rom over. if you want stock fastboot can flash stock.

Like a custom recovery?

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Like a custom recovery?

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Yes.

You can also flash a rom from a usb stick by connecting it to the phone using an OTG cable.
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Thanks guys for the help a moderator can close this thread now

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a moderator can close this thread now

Have you reported your thread or do you think moderators have the time to read every individual post?


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