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# Nandroid of Android 4.4.2 (No NOT factory image from Google!)

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 ChiDi9901 11th June 2014, 12:43 AM Senior Member - OP Thanks Meter 42 Posts: 198 Join Date: Sep 2012 Location: Wien More Info > I only need the system partion, that's all. No data, no boot, no recovery. (Because I have them) OR you have another solution to this problem and it would be nice if you can tell me 😊 Gesendet von meinem Nexus 7 mit Tapatalk REPLY
 zaclimon 11th June 2014, 01:58 AM Recognized Contributor Thanks Meter 2528 Posts: 3,271 Join Date: Aug 2011 Location: Montréal More Info >  DONATE TO ME Hey, well I have more of an alternative though here, you can try to flash this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2771012 Its the stock 4.4.3 rom and I doubt you would have problems getting OTA after. If you're up to flash it, just be sure to back up beforehand. Hope it helps. Envoyé de mon Nexus 7 en utilisant Tapatalk REPLY
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 Originally Posted by zaclimon Hey, well I have more of an alternative though here, you can try to flash this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2771012 Its the stock 4.4.3 rom and I doubt you would have problems getting OTA after. If you're up to flash it, just be sure to back up beforehand. Hope it helps. Envoyé de mon Nexus 7 en utilisant Tapatalk
I give it a try.
Edit: Tried and it is awesome! Thank you for this link!

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 drumist 11th June 2014, 07:14 AM Senior Member Thanks Meter 544 Posts: 1,726 Join Date: Aug 2010 More Info > You can just use the factory image from Google. You do not have to flash all the partitions; you can pick and choose. First extract the system.img file from the factory image archive, then push it using Code: Select Code fastboot flash system C:\path\to\system.img REPLY
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 Originally Posted by drumist You can just use the factory image from Google. You do not have to flash all the partitions; you can pick and choose. First extract the system.img file from the factory image archive, then push it using Code: Select Code fastboot flash system C:\path\to\system.img
I will take note of this, thank you!

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 Originally Posted by drumist You can just use the factory image from Google. You do not have to flash all the partitions; you can pick and choose. First extract the system.img file from the factory image archive, then push it using Code: Select Code fastboot flash system C:\path\to\system.img
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 Originally Posted by dragancla Wouldn't that wipe your device?
It won't wipe it because you're only flashing the system partition of the device, worst thing that could happen is a bunch of FC's upon booting it. (which is unlikely but we never know)

Also @ChiDi9901 be sure you choose the odex version if you want to not have problems while getting some newer OTA. The stock roms are always odexed, just saying.. XD