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Hi,

I have my Nexus 5 since early february, rooted it, running stock KK no problem.

I flashed the Android L preview a few days after its release to test it a few weeks.

As I wasn't sastified with this preview and the lack of many my little rooted convenience, a few days I went back to KK 4.4.4 and flashed the ElementalX kernel.

Since then when I plug it into anything (computer or just charger) it generally stays just fine until the screen shuts off -during this time I can use normally- or report a system error saying the UI has crashed. I can't use it anymore and I have to unplug it and reboot it.
After rebooting it loses the wallpaper I had setup, as far as I can see it's the only setting it loses.


As I hadn't had this problem with L, I went back to it. And same problem.

Do you know anything about that ? I searched this forum and the only thing that seemed to be near was this thread, but it doesn't exactly corrolate.

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You tried a full fresh factory image of 4.4.4, correct?

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Correct, I took the file from google server not anything else.
 
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I don't know if this would matter (I honestly don't think i would), but have you tried different USB ports, and ultimately, a different computer?

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I did try every USB hub my motherboard has.

No, I didn't try another computer but I tried on Windows and on Ubuntu.
 
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How did u flash the FI?
Try Method 2 from this guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/goog...image-t2513701

BTW do not restore any Android L stuff
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I originally typed all commands, but then I used the Nexus Root Toolkit, yes I was being lazy... And maybe I shouldn't have been, but this software seemed legit good. And then I tried what's described in method one.
I'll try method 2 tonight (it's 8am here).

I didn't "restore" android L" stuff, I wanted to see this preview, after having seen it I went back to KK, as I had problems I hadn't had with the preview I thought I'd just come back to that.
 
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I originally typed all commands, but then I used the Nexus Root Toolkit, yes I was being lazy... And maybe I shouldn't have been, but this software seemed legit good. And then I tried what's described in method one.
I'll try method 2 tonight (it's 8am here).

I didn't "restore" android L" stuff, I wanted to see this preview, after having seen it I went back to KK, as I had problems I hadn't had with the preview I thought I'd just come back to that.
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Its strange that this happens on stock with no modifications at all. Have you tried playing around with the USB settings located in both the storage menu and in developer settings?

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Bootloader:ICS Bootloader
Recovery: TWRP 2.6.0.0 For New BL
Baseband: 1035.21

Nexus 4:
ROM: Stock 4.4.4 W/ Root (Xposed, GPU Drivers, Dalvik/Bionic Patches)
Kernel: Matr1x 14.0 W/ GPU OC
Bootloader: Stock Bootloader (Unlocked)
Recvoery: PhilZ Touch CWM-Based Recovery
Radio:Radio (1.03)
 
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Well, I successfully reflashed 4.4.4, I have not encountered that annoying bug since.

But, I have one driver related issue, windows insists on installing only the ADB drivers when I plug my N5 in MTP mode (USB debbuging deactivated).
And even after it doesn't detect it when I try to send instructions (works fine though in bootloader mode)...
And the os doesn't see the N5 neither as a MTP devices nor a USB storage device. But I can it in the peripherals list.

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