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[Q] Unable to reset back to factory Image Stuck on Bootloader

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cillerbee
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Tablet [Q] Unable to reset back to factory Image Stuck on Bootloader

Hi there, i recently tried to update my nexus 10 to 4.4.2 when it shutdown halfway during the update. Since then I have been stuck on a loading page.

I tried to sideload an update through TWRP but had no luck and switched to Clockworkmod Recovery which also did nothing but give out errors.

So i tried to use fastboot to go to a fresh factory image of 4.4.2
However i keep running into this error. Partition table update fail [See image attachment]

Was looking for some guidance on what I can do next

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You are using the nexus 4 factory images so be thankful its not working or you would have an unrecoverable brick, download the proper image for manta and you'll be fine

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You are using the nexus 4 factory images so be thankful its not working or you would have an unrecoverable brick, download the proper image for manta and you'll be fine

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Thank you so much demkantor that explains everything, cant believe i downloaded the wrong image this whole time
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