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Does the url below work on all versions of android with the files provided in that thread?
 
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There's no url. Do you have super su? If so just use it's unroot.

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There's no url. Do you have super su? If so just use it's unroot.

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexu...plete-t2039162
 
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The files linked in there are out of date.

I would download the 4.4.4 factory image which is here, install the Google USB driver, then install ADB/Fastboot and then run the batch file in the factory image with your phone in the bootloader to roll back to stock. Then lock your bootloader with fastboot oem lock
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The files linked in there are out of date.

I would download the 4.4.4 factory image which is here, install the Google USB driver, then install ADB/Fastboot and then run the batch file in the factory image with your phone in the bootloader to roll back to stock. Then lock your bootloader with fastboot oem lock
I may give that a try except there is one other detail: the volume down button is malfunctional and causes the fastboot options to continue scrolling. I'm able to select from the choices in fastboot if I press the power button at the right time. I don't know if that has any bearing with successfully running the stock image and using fastboot oem unlock.
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