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Default [SCRIPT] [NS4G] [UPDATED] One Click Return to stock V2.0

The title says it all. The only prerequisite is that you already have the drivers for your phone installed. Which i assume most people looking at this thread do as they were needed to get root in the first place.

Always back up your stuff and any apps before using.

Features:
Restores back to stock 2.3.4
Relocks Bootloader
Removes root

Fixed:
1. Now it will not run when gsm users try to use it.
2. Runs alot smoother thanks to Indirect.


Download this zip.
Extract it
Click on run.bat
and follow the onscreen instructions
now your phone should be back to 100% stock

Thanks to pete for the img files
Thanks to Indirect for the fixing problems with gsm users using this.
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so this will unroot, relock, and put stock recovery back on?
 
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Yes it returns it to the same way it was when it came out of the box. So be sure to back up any data on your internal memory you want to keep.
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sweet, thanks to you and pete
No problem. I just decided to automate his process. And include all the files you need. Also if anyone needs the drivers just use pdanet as described in the one click root thread
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yea i know there are the purests out there that dont believe (so to say) in the one clicks but those of us who are only partial idiots and cant figure out sdk, odin, and whatever else there is the one clicks really help. i know what i want my phone to do i just want the "for dummies" way to do it
 
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yea i know there are the purests out there that dont believe (so to say) in the one clicks but those of us who are only partial idiots and cant figure out sdk, odin, and whatever else there is the one clicks really help. i know what i want my phone to do i just want the "for dummies" way to do it
No problem. Thats how i am too. Thats why i make everything i use flashable or simple and easy.
 
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Thank you SO SO SO SO SO much! I had installed the netarchy-nexus kernel on mine, which killed my battery way to fast, and I couldn't remove it...not even with my nandroid backup.
 
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Thank you SO SO SO SO SO much! I had installed the netarchy-nexus kernel on mine, which killed my battery way to fast, and I couldn't remove it...not even with my nandroid backup.
Glad to hear i helped

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