I don't care about the data. I have backed up everything. Just wanted to make sure it will work with just one file with flash-all command.
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Nailed it.! The problem was Internet Download Manager. What I downloaded was .tgz file and IDM (i don't know why) converted it to .tar and that was the reason of not showing the contents properly.
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Yes, finally I am on 4.2.2 Thanks a lot for everything. Really you have helped a lot. Now the final part, Rooting. The way you described, I would like to do the same way.
I forgot you used that super root method which roots without unlocking the bootloader
You're going to have to unlock your bootloader
Before typing "flash-all"
"fastboot oem unlock" and follow the instructions on your screen to unlock the bootloader. Then proceed with flash-all.. I updated my previous post to you including this.
Guys, pls help.! My Nexus10's bootloader was locked and i used Superboot to root. It worked like charm untill i got the OTA 4.2.2. I downloaded Rootkeeper and installed the new update.
But, I got error and the device wasn't booting up. Getting the error "No command". After some time it booted up automatically. Now it's on 4.2.1 and no OTA. It says system is up to date.
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