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Unhappy [Q] I made a stupid mistake. I formated data and now I don't have any OS.

19th May 2014, 06:17 PM |#1  
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Hello, today I decided to unlock, root my phone. I also decided to install new rom. And everything went fine but befor installing I insted Factory reset I formated data. I don't know what I was thinking. It may be that I was using TWRP Touch for a first time. Can somebody help me get back to at least to Stock if it is possible. Is it possible to connect phone in TWRP to transfer data from computer to it?
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Hello, today I decided to unlock, root my phone. I also decided to install new rom. And everything went fine but befor installing I insted Factory reset I formated data. I don't know what I was thinking. It may be that I was using TWRP Touch for a first time. Can somebody help me get back to at least to Stock if it is possible. Is it possible to connect phone in TWRP to transfer data from computer to it?

Does mount usb work on twrp? If so you can copy a rom zip to your device. If not than use search here on xda or google you probably need to unroot again and restore with a factory image.
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Does mount usb work on twrp? If so you can copy a rom zip to your device. If not than use search here on xda or google you probably need to unroot again and restore with a factory image.


Moutning doesn't work.
I found this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/goog...image-t2513701

Will this work for me? I was never in this situation before.
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You can either use adb to push a ROM zip to your phone, or just flash the stock images to your phone. 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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Follow this tutorial right here. It'll completely fix EVERYTHING that you are describing.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/goog...image-t2513701

You'll need the Android SDK for that tutorial, also. Also a brain.


What OS is your PC on?
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Follow this tutorial right here. It'll completely fix EVERYTHING that you are describing.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/goog...image-t2513701

You'll need the Android SDK for that tutorial, also. Also a brain.


What OS is your PC on?

Either Xubuntu or Windows 8.1. What is prefered? Xubuntu probably because you don't need drivers.
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Either Xubuntu or Windows 8.1. What is prefered? Xubuntu probably because you don't need drivers.

You should use Windows 8.1 for this tutorial. It's aimed towards Windows and the command prompt. Followed word by word, that is, for Windows.

Hope this tutorial fixes it!
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You should use Windows 8.1 for this tutorial. It's aimed towards Windows and the command prompt. Followed word by word, that is, for Windows.

Hope this tutorial fixes it!

It wen't just fine. Thank you guys. I was really scared that it will be like long, risky and difficult process. Thanks again.
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It wen't just fine. Thank you guys. I was really scared that it will be like long, risky and difficult process. Thanks again.

Virtually every member here has gotten themselves into a situation that they weren't sure they would be able to fix. It happens to all of us. It's Android initiation
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It wen't just fine. Thank you guys. I was really scared that it will be like long, risky and difficult process. Thanks again.

Lol its happened to me so many times that I end up doing it now on purpose just to clean the phone 100% before flashing a new ROM.

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