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Wait. There is a stock rom with root already in it now so I don't have to money around to root anymore?!

I don't want to lose my data though.
yup http://forum.xda-developers.com/goog...persu-t2771010

you can try dirty flashing first, it should be fine. just make a backup in recovery beforehand, just in case.
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yup http://forum.xda-developers.com/goog...persu-t2771010

you can try dirty flashing first, it should be fine. just make a backup in recovery beforehand, just in case.
How do I dirty flash it? I'm still not certain why I can't just run the update file I downloaded as it errors on me.
 
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yup http://forum.xda-developers.com/goog...persu-t2771010

you can try dirty flashing first, it should be fine. just make a backup in recovery beforehand, just in case.
The dirty flash worked perfect. It seems that is the only file that I need? Since I did the 4xx MB ROM?

I wish Google would make it easy to update while rooted on the nexus phones. I'm only so smart
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