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[LINUX] [MAC OSX] Universal Nexus Linux Toolkit v2.3.0 (Unlock, Root, CWM, Factory)

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This would work on all distros, unless something really bad is in the script.
 
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Default NEXUS 10 TOOLKIT V1.0.0] Drivers, Backup, Unlock, Root, Flash, Mods + MUCH MORE

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Is there anyway this can be used with windows? I am not familiar with Linux but I've been looking around for a windows version of the nexus 10 toolkit
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This is what you're going to want as soon as the bugs are worked out all the way:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2001868

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I'm pleased to report that every function of this worked great for me in Ubuntu.

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Will running this script wipe my device?
I have all apps and media in their places and would like to avoid the setup again.
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This script does multiple things depending on what options you select. Unlocking does wipe a device. The only other option here that does, I beleive, is flashing the factory image.

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This script does multiple things depending on what options you select. Unlocking does wipe a device. The only other option here that does, I beleive, is flashing the factory image.

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Thanks for the info. Sounds like the same process as with the Galaxy Nexus.
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I'm pleased to report that every function of this worked great for me in Ubuntu.

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Thanks for letting me know!! I'm really happy to hear that!!
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everything is working great in Ubuntu!! any chance for a factory/stock 4.2 for toro though?
 
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Smile Failed on Nexus 7, android 4.2.1

Hi, just to let you know that this fails on my Nexus 7 (groupee) which has been upgraded OTA to 4.2.1 (not sure if this is a contributing factor though)

When I try debug it, it's clear that it fails to flash the CMW.

FYI, I was finally able to root my Nexus 7 using this : http://www.androidng.com/root-nexus-...dows-osx-linux - I know, it's for Nexus 10, but amazingly, it works with my Nexus 7 too

Hope you find it useful.


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Harry

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