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By tschegger8, Junior Member on 15th June 2014, 11:24 AM
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Hey,

I already used the search but didn't find anything.. Has anybody a flashable stock recovery for the Nexus 7 2013 Wifi? I want to install the 4.4.3 Update but I can only flash it with the stock recovery.

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15th June 2014, 11:59 AM |#2  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2783457

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2783457

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Well, that doesn't help me..
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Well, that doesn't help me..

You need to download the stock image from Google. You won't need recovery though. Just flash system with fastboot and you're done.
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You need to download the stock image from Google. You won't need recovery though. Just flash system with fastboot and you're done.

And my data will stay? Is it like I make an OTA update? I dont want to lose anything, just update the Version.
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And my data will stay? Is it like I make an OTA update? I dont want to lose anything, just update the Version.

You will not lose if data if you extract the system image (system.img) from the archive, then run fastboot flash system system.img. This will replace only the system partition's contents, updating you to 4.4.3.

If you run flash-all.bat, you will lose your data.

If you don't have fastboot, download the 19.0.2 (API 19) link from my signature, it's in that package.
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You will not lose if data if you extract the system image (system.img) from the archive, then run fastboot flash system system.img. This will replace only the system partition's contents, updating you to 4.4.3.

If you run flash-all.bat, you will lose your data.

If you don't have fastboot, download the 19.0.2 (API 19) link from my signature, it's in that package.

It worked fine, thank you! My userdata and apps are still there and i got 4.4.3.
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It worked fine, thank you! My userdata and apps are still there and i got 4.4.3.

Did you also flash the 4.4.3 boot.img? It has a new kernel. (nandroid your present boot first, just to be safe though)
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Did you also flash the 4.4.3 boot.img? It has a new kernel. (nandroid your present boot first, just to be safe though)

Edit: Flashing the kernel solved the WLAN problem. Thanks again!
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Edit: Flashing the kernel solved the WLAN problem. Thanks again!

You're welcome, glad it worked out for you.
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