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Clear cache and factory reset in the stock recovery

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Yea, working on flashing stock recovery now. (of course im having issues haha) Thanks!

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Alright, here is the deal. There is a toolkit for nexus phones wich is called Skipsoft Nexus Toolkit ot something like that.It's extremely easy to use and can do ANYTHING you want using fastboot, adb, sideload or whatever the hell you need.FULLY automated.Go to their thread, download it, follow the instructions for nexus 5 and eventually you will end up in a screen with many options. On number 9 there is download/flash google stock rom. Boot your device into bootloader, MAKE SURE TO INSTALL THE DRIVERS in option 1 of the toolkit FIRST! Then connect your device, choose download/flash rom and the magic is done.

You will never let go of this program ever.It's outstanding. Hope I helped, even if you already fixed it, give it a shot. Cheers

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Alright, here is the deal. There is a toolkit for nexus phones wich is called Skipsoft Nexus Toolkit ot something like that.It's extremely easy to use and can do ANYTHING you want using fastboot, adb, sideload or whatever the hell you need.FULLY automated.Go to their thread, download it, follow the instructions for nexus 5 and eventually you will end up in a screen with many options. On number 9 there is download/flash google stock rom. Boot your device into bootloader, MAKE SURE TO INSTALL THE DRIVERS in option 1 of the toolkit FIRST! Then connect your device, choose download/flash rom and the magic is done.

You will never let go of this program ever.It's outstanding. Hope I helped, even if you already fixed it, give it a shot. Cheers

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No. Not Toolkits. They're the reason most people come here complaining that their phone got "bricked". There is no "magic" as you claim the toolkit does. @rootSU
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I used wugfresh once but that was because I forgot the command to relock the boot loader but I love to fastboot flash its fun

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Alright, here is the deal. There is a toolkit for nexus phones wich is called Skipsoft Nexus Toolkit ot something like that.It's extremely easy to use and can do ANYTHING you want using fastboot, adb, sideload or whatever the hell you need.FULLY automated.Go to their thread, download it, follow the instructions for nexus 5 and eventually you will end up in a screen with many options. On number 9 there is download/flash google stock rom. Boot your device into bootloader, MAKE SURE TO INSTALL THE DRIVERS in option 1 of the toolkit FIRST! Then connect your device, choose download/flash rom and the magic is done.

You will never let go of this program ever.It's outstanding. Hope I helped, even if you already fixed it, give it a shot. Cheers

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A toolkit is probably the reason the OP got into a fix. If he had rooted the proper way, he'd have fastboot installed and running properly and wouldn't have had to experience any of the problems he complained about.
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