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By albwh, Member on 11th July 2014, 12:28 AM
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Is there any tool that will reinstall the stock rom on a Nexus 5 with LOCKED bootloader? Something like emergency reflash from LG Support Tool.
 
 
11th July 2014, 12:37 AM |#2  
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LG Support Tool? There's something LG Flashtool and that works.
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Is there any tool that will reinstall the stock rom on a Nexus 5 with LOCKED bootloader? Something like emergency reflash from LG Support Tool.

If you have to reinstall the stock firmware why do you care? Just unlock the bootloader, you're going to lose everything anyway.

What situation are you in. There may be ways to save your data

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The ideea is that I want to root this phone with Towelroot and I've heard that if Google detects a change in the system you can't install any more OTA updates. If this is true, I want to find a method to reflash the stock so I cand get the updates.
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The ideea is that I want to root this phone with Towelroot and I've heard that if Google detects a change in the system you can't install any more OTA updates. If this is true, I want to find a method to reflash the stock so I cand get the updates.

If you're rooted but otherwise completely stock, you should get OTA updates no problem.
11th July 2014, 01:15 AM |#6  
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The ideea is that I want to root this phone with Towelroot and I've heard that if Google detects a change in the system you can't install any more OTA updates. If this is true, I want to find a method to reflash the stock so I cand get the updates.

Well if you modify any system files you don't get the ota. Your best bet is to root and then flash a custom recovery with flashify and then flash a stock rom zip that will be created shortly after any updates come out. You can also unlock the bootloader without wiping data with boot unlocker after your rooted.

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11th July 2014, 05:42 AM |#7  
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Well if you modify any system files you don't get the ota. Your best bet is to root and then flash a custom recovery with flashify and then flash a stock rom zip that will be created shortly after any updates come out. You can also unlock the bootloader without wiping data with boot unlocker after your rooted.

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There's a whole sticky on returning to stock so you can get OTAs. </thread>
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If you're able to flash the stock ROM, you should be past the point where you need to worry about being able to get any updates.
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Yeah. I'd highly recommend just flashing a prerooted busybox stock ROM. You can always do a dirty flash over stock ROM and still keep data.
11th July 2014, 07:06 PM |#10  
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Well if you modify any system files you don't get the ota. Your best bet is to root and then flash a custom recovery with flashify and then flash a stock rom zip that will be created shortly after any updates come out. You can also unlock the bootloader without wiping data with boot unlocker after your rooted.

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You do get the OTA, but if you modify /system/ or something else, the OTA won't install.
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