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Nexus is stuck/frozen

OP partyhardmonks

8th July 2014, 05:47 AM   |  #1  
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Hey! I did something completely stupid. I cleared everything on the Nexus 4 and when I mean everything I Mean EVERYTHING. There is no OS and it is not even recognizable as USB device. I tried installing different drivers, different cords, restarting etc...

There is no OS as it sticks on Google and when you go to recovery and click reboot it says there is no OS would you like to continue.

I can get into Fastboot and Recovery mode no problem but that's as far as I can get. I can't push ADB since usb isn't recognized and can't do fastboot command since again usb isn't regonized.

SO help how do i flash a stock rom or get out of this hole??? Please don't tell me drivers I've tried every driver out there. Windows doesn't seem to want to acknoledge them.
8th July 2014, 10:54 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by partyhardmonks

Hey! I did something completely stupid. I cleared everything on the Nexus 4 and when I mean everything I Mean EVERYTHING. There is no OS and it is not even recognizable as USB device. I tried installing different drivers, different cords, restarting etc...

There is no OS as it sticks on Google and when you go to recovery and click reboot it says there is no OS would you like to continue.

I can get into Fastboot and Recovery mode no problem but that's as far as I can get. I can't push ADB since usb isn't recognized and can't do fastboot command since again usb isn't regonized.

SO help how do i flash a stock rom or get out of this hole??? Please don't tell me drivers I've tried every driver out there. Windows doesn't seem to want to acknoledge them.

I'd suggest downloading a custom ROM and flashing it, or going to https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images and downloading the factory image and flashing it.
8th July 2014, 11:56 AM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by partyhardmonks

Hey! I did something completely stupid. I cleared everything on the Nexus 4 and when I mean everything I Mean EVERYTHING. There is no OS and it is not even recognizable as USB device. I tried installing different drivers, different cords, restarting etc...

There is no OS as it sticks on Google and when you go to recovery and click reboot it says there is no OS would you like to continue.

I can get into Fastboot and Recovery mode no problem but that's as far as I can get. I can't push ADB since usb isn't recognized and can't do fastboot command since again usb isn't regonized.

SO help how do i flash a stock rom or get out of this hole??? Please don't tell me drivers I've tried every driver out there. Windows doesn't seem to want to acknoledge them.

I'd suggest downloading a custom ROM and flashing it, or going to https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images and downloading the factory image and flashing it.
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