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Unhappy [q] nexus 5 not working help please urgent

(my phone is rooted)I recently installed the android l on my nexus 5 using Nexus root tool kit.It was glitching so i installed 4.4.4.Then whenever i put my nexus 5 on it started saying google search stopped working and also gmail.So i did some other stuff.And now t is stuck on the google logo when i try and put it on.I held the three buttons and went into recover mod.I cleared the cache partition and also wiped my phone.Still it is stuck in the google logo please please please help im really scared.
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Simple tutorial -

1. Download a ROM for your Nexus 5, any stable one is fine.

2. Make sure you have downloaded all the needed files for the ROM you are going to flash.

3. Boot your N5 into recovery mode and plug in your USB cable.

4. Make sure you have adb tools on your PC. If not, download the adb tools from Google. Or you can get it when you download the SDK.

5. Move the ROM you have just downloaded to your desktop. And the extra files if there is any.

6. Open cmd and link it to your adb folder. ie - cd c:/path/to/adb/folder

7. Inside the cmd window, push the file to your device like this. adb push /path/to/desktop/ /sdcard

8. Do the same thing with the extra files you have downloaded, if there is any.

9. Once transfered, in recovery mode. Simply wipe data and cache. Then flash the rom. Reboot your device.

10. Have some hot cocoa because you just fixed your Nexus 5.
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