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[Tool][Win/Mac/Linux] JROMFlasher v2 - Clean your device - Prepare for Flashing !

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By jamesst20, Senior Member on 23rd September 2012, 11:27 PM
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This is only for the Google Nexus 7 !

Alright ! I just coded this tool to help new user to wipe the device data properly and install custom recovery + stock kernel. For some reason, some persons have difficulty to wipe their device data. So yeah I just coded this little tool to make sure the ROM they want to install runs smoothly.

Here is a screenshot I took in Windows but it do works in Windows/Mac/Linux(Tested Linux Mint 13 and Ubuntu).




Requirements !
  • Google Nexus 7 UNLOCKED
  • Java 7
  • Root Permission (Linux only)
  • Google Nexus 7 Drivers (Needed for Win/Mac only) Download HERE

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Originally Posted by Big_Rich_1983

I assumed I already had the correct drivers installed and thought this program would work fine.
I was wrong, and got the "ADB/Fastboot device not found" error that a few of you have had and ended up with a Google splashscreen loop.
Don't try to be a smartass like I did, download the drivers that jamesst20 tells you to!


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Features
  • Wipe allll your data. (System/Boot/Recovery/Userdata/sdcard)
  • Install Custom Recovery + Stock Kernel
  • Copy Roms to memory in /sdcard

How to
  • Windows
    - Extract the archive
    - Double click JROMFlasher.jar
  • Mac
    - Extract the Archive
    - Double click JROMFlasher.jar
  • Linux
    - Extract the archive
    - Open up Terminal
    - Type "cd 'extracted JROMFlasher directory'"
    - Type 'sudo -s' and then type your password
    - Type 'java -jar JROMFlasher.jar'
  • JROMFlasher
    - Click the buttons in order one after each other !
    - Do not skip a step ! Including the one that says mount all partitions! Otherwise, it's gonna fail uploading the rom


Click Here to Download v2.0
Click Here to Download v1.0
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Cool man. Thanks.

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lol,ive downloaded this but every page keeps saying"are you sure" lol making me nervous
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lol,ive downloaded this but every page keeps saying"are you sure" lol making me nervous

There is no are you sure in my tool. Unsure what you're talking about.
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There is no are you sure in my tool. Unsure what you're talking about.

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It has nothing to do with my tool. Unsure what you're doing in your GooManager lol
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It has nothing to do with my tool. Unsure what you're doing in your GooManager lol

pmsl i was doing it on my n7,ive got it going now ......i need sleep will let you know result
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pmsl i was doing it on my n7,ive got it going now ......i need sleep

Yeah xD it is a computer tool :P it has nothing to do with your device application :P
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