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[Q] Wiped Out Everything

OP manojay.reddy

20th July 2014, 06:51 AM   |  #1  
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Wiped Out everything from my Nexus 4, wiped out System /Format, wipe dalvick cache, wiped data/factory reset.
Now am stuck at GOOGLE Logo Screen, tried to Side load OTA but when i used "adb sideload <filename>" it says
"error device not found", Help me in installing Android L Preview on my Nexus 4.

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20th July 2014, 02:54 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by manojay.reddy

Wiped Out everything from my Nexus 4, wiped out System /Format, wipe dalvick cache, wiped data/factory reset.
Now am stuck at GOOGLE Logo Screen, tried to Side load OTA but when i used "adb sideload <filename>" it says
"error device not found", Help me in installing Android L Preview on my Nexus 4.

im not sure how to fix you adb-sideload, but im sure you can still use fastboot. I'd suggest you go back to stock via fastboot, and install custom roms after that.
20th July 2014, 05:48 PM   |  #3  
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If adb sideload isn't working, it is usually a driver problem or you failed to start adb sideload on the device... Try using some of the driver installation tools and tips from Wugfresh's toolkit, using the "stock" adb drivers can be problematic for some people in fastboot.

As long as fastboot is working, just flash TWRP and sideload from there (sometimes it works better than the stock sideload), if that fails, return to stock and don't wipe internal storage until AFTER you flash the ROM this time.
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