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[MOD] [SCRIPT] Superwipe Script & Kernel Cleaner Script

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20th February 2013, 06:09 PM |#41  
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Re: [MOD][SCRIPT] Superwipe Script & Kernel Cleaner Script
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Wtf this is nonsense
I just lost A LOT of precious files cuz of the fcing superwipe script. I thought it only wiped the rom.
Now Im in the same problem than some people before, I have no roms on the sd (obviously, EVERYTHING is gone) and I cant mount the tablet on the pc to put a rom there.
I dont really see the point on having such a retard script, if I wanted to format sd, I can do it in a hundred ways.
This is only making people mad, instead of helping anyone.

Sorry if I sound rude, Im just quite pissed off.

Boot to recovery then side load a rom zip via adb

I don't blame you for being mad, this issue should definitely be stated in the first post...

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20th February 2013, 07:03 PM |#42  
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Boot to recovery then side load a rom zip via adb

I don't blame you for being mad, this issue should definitely be stated in the first post...

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I tried to put factory google image with the v4.0.0 toolkit. It keeps giving errors each time it tried to erase or flash any partition. I had to ctrl+c to abort installation cuz it stucked at "erasing boot". Hope it didnt touch the bootloader partition or I will have hard bricked my device.
Right now it is inside the cwm recovery, which keeps showing error: Cant Open "log file".

Im gonna try to adb sideload a rom right now. If this fails I dont really know what to do...
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I don't blame you for being mad, this issue should definitely be stated in the first post...

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5. This will wipe external storage. (Wiping without storage coming soon)


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20th February 2013, 07:12 PM |#44  
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So... external storage is the same as internal virtual sdcard right?
Wtf, you kidding me?
Anyways, what other options do I have. Will the recovery work if I adb push my rom to the empty sdcard and simply flash it with the recovery? Or will it show that "cant open /cache/recovery/log" ?
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20th February 2013, 07:18 PM |#45  
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That's not really simplified for some people. It should be put as emulated SD etc...

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20th February 2013, 08:02 PM |#46  
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EDIT:
ROM installed just fine with adb sideload, it opened aroma and installed everything just fine. Now it doesnt boot, it stays on google logo and auto reboots into the google logo again.
At least bootloader boots just fine

---------- Post added at 09:02 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:26 PM ----------

Aint there some kind of smartflashtool or odin? Something that flashes the rom trhu bootloader?
Im not at home atm so I cant try, but I really need the tablet tomorrow morning...
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EDIT:
ROM installed just fine with adb sideload, it opened aroma and installed everything just fine. Now it doesnt boot, it stays on google logo and auto reboots into the google logo again.
At least bootloader boots just fine

---------- Post added at 09:02 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:26 PM ----------

Aint there some kind of smartflashtool or odin? Something that flashes the rom trhu bootloader?
Im not at home atm so I cant try, but I really need the tablet tomorrow morning...

Just download the stock image from here https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images

Extract the archive (on windows i used 7zip). Inside that you'll find bootloader-grouper-4.18.img(bootloader image, if you are on a lower version, flash in with fastboot flash bootloader imgname.img), and a zip file.
In the zip you'll fine 3 image files (userdata.img, system.img, boot.img)
Flash the system partition with fastboot flash system system.img

Then flash the kernel with fastboot flash boot boot.img

If you want to wipe all the data in your /sdcard folder, falso flash userdata with fastboot flash user data userdata.img

EDIT: sorry i misunderstood you, i thought you wanted to flash stock ROM.
The only other suggestion i have is to check if the ROM zip file has a similar structure

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20th February 2013, 10:01 PM |#48  
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I just did it!
Installed back my loved AOKP.
I used Wug's toolkit to flash back factory image. But I had to put the adb and fastboot exe's and some dll's from the new 4.2.2. I think thats the reason cuz none of the toolkits were working, they were ready for 4.2.1. Not sure tho
Oh well, thank you guys for the support, I hope the OP puts a big warning in the download, or better yet, modify the script to not wipe the internal sd.
21st February 2013, 07:30 AM |#49  
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I just did it!
Installed back my loved AOKP.
I used Wug's toolkit to flash back factory image. But I had to put the adb and fastboot exe's and some dll's from the new 4.2.2. I think thats the reason cuz none of the toolkits were working, they were ready for 4.2.1. Not sure tho
Oh well, thank you guys for the support, I hope the OP puts a big warning in the download, or better yet, modify the script to not wipe the internal sd.

One positive to take from this is hopefully you will examine any script before you run it. I wouldn't trust what anyone says with what a script does, I'd at least check the script to see what it does before running it. Simply not worth losing stuff in the possible low percentage situation you might lose important stuff/everything from running something you can see what it does before running it and not actually doing said examination.


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Couldnt have said it any better.
Lesson learnt lol
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21st March 2013, 03:16 AM |#51  
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welp... guess i shouldve read the mother ****in op and comments.
#newbsh!t
Ill look into this over the weekend and try and post one without wiping the sd. Time permitting of course.
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