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Did you replace "nameofbootloader.img" with the file name for the bootloader?

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Yes I did that.
 
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Yes I did that.
My next step would be to try another USB cable, I have a feeling this is your issue

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My next step would be to try another USB cable, I have a feeling this is your issue

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I did try a different cable and it worked. Thank you for taking taking the time to help me.
 
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Hey this is just a bump of the thread.

We are trying something new to see if sticked threads get more or less action then a non-stickied.

As always if you are stuck or have a question feel free to ask it here, a thank you to all those watching this thread and willing to help out!
Happy flashing!

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Maybe a dumb question but it's been frustrating me for a while now:

Is there a way to force the YouTube app to play HD? I know on the phone app there is that option to force hq on mobile, but it's not there on the tablet version and I feel like I'm constantly having to toggle the HD switch. Well, at least anytime I reboot or the app closes.

I don't why it doesn't just default to HD, the device is gonna be on wifi 100% of the time anyway.

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Question Upgrading to 4.4 Questions

I bought my 10 on Swappa about a year ago. I know it is rooted and has a custom package/kernel, but I don't know what it is. This is my first Android, so I'm not all that familiar with the technology and terminolgy, but learning.

So, about 8 months ago I got a notification for a System Update Download, apparently from Google. It is the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean System Update. However, if I go into the About Tablet in Settings, it shows I already have v4.3.

Kernel version: 3.4.39-g7d757d
morfic@othris #666

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JWR66V

I have not gotten any notices to update to Kitkat, presumably because it thinks I don't have 4.3 installed yet.

So I want to upgrade to the most current version, keep my root and package, but not sure what to do next? Download KitKat and go with that or do I need to do the 4.3 download I have received?

What do I need to do to keep the current root and system?

I will update this post with logcat as soon as I get home. No Wifi here to load onto the Nexus 10.

Any help/thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Im wanting to learn more about the Tablet....I love it!
 
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If you want the latest stock and rooted check out post three in this thread. Pretty much boot to recovery and make a backup of current ROM and for good measure save it to computer.
Backup any apps and data if you want with something like titanium backup or use adb backup (also nice to store on PC)
Then you can download latest factory image (there is a link in post three that brings you to images for all nexus devices)
Then what I would do is
Boot to fastboot and wipe everything
Flash all stock with fastboot
flash an updated custom recovery (latest twrp) with fastboot
Boot to new recovery
Hit reboot from there and will offer to root your device (accept this)
Now set up tablet
Restore what you wish from backup

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Default Complete stock ROM as flashable zip?

When I got my Nexus 10, I quickly installed CWM and rooted it. Then I used the root privileges to remove a lot of google's standard crap apps that I don't need (e.g. gmail). That means that OTA updates fail (CWM says something about some file/directory missing). - At least that's my best guess as those removals were pretty much the only thing I had done before the first OTA became available.

So I guess I need a complete ROM, isn't it possible to find a stock ROM anywhere? (It would be fine if it was rooted, had busybox and the Xposed framework, but apart from that I prefer stock.)

For my Nexus 5 (and the Galaxy Nexus I had before that), it has been simple to find ones on this forum, but I can't find one for the Nexus 10?

Do I have to go through the long procedure referenced a couple of times in the thread to go completely stock? If so could I at least skip flashing the stock recovery, as I'd like to keep CWM?

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Yeah just a quick digging through the forum didn't yield me a pure stock flashable of 4.4.4 but I found this
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2529492
Rooted stock with just transparent navbar, both odexed and deodexed version available in flashable zips.
Otherwise slimkat is also very much stock with very few additions but mostly just removals - actually I don't like to recommend ROMs but it is the one I use most often on all my devices.
But to answer your other question, you do not need to flash the stock recovery. I only update my n10 once a month or every other as its mostly the wife's.
Check for updated twrp, if there is I flash it with fastboot
Then make a nandroid and save to PC, along with an adb backup
I download the fully factory firmware, check to see if bootloader has been updated, if there is I do a full wipe of device and flash the bootloader (the. The recovery after) if not all I do is a simple wipe in recovery and then flash the latest slim ROM
But if you want stock just all you do is flash the system.img and then root it and you should be good.
-sorry if this is a bit rambling, haven't had much sleep lately-


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