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[DEV] Google Play Edition Boot/System.Img + CWM Nandroid - 1.16.1700.16

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4th April 2014, 09:04 PM   |  #1  
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So here it is! The System and Boot Images from the GPE M8 Also a CWM Nandroid of the system and Boot.


Other devs feel free to use this as your base just give proper credit to myself and @pasker17 because without his device, time and patience this wouldn't have happened (well it would have but it happened NOW! hehe) So make sure you thank him!

DO NOT MIRROR



System.img and Boot.img from the M8 Google Play Edition It is unmodified/unrooted:
Boot.Img: http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407584494
Mirror 1:http://d-h.st/SN2
Mirror 2: http://goo.im/devs/graffixnyc/M8//boot.img

System.Img:
Mirror 1:http://d-h.st/zUP
Mirror 2: http://goo.im/devs/graffixnyc/M8//system.img


CWM Nandroid of the M8 Google Play Edition It is unmodified/unrooted and is just the system and boot
partitions:

Use Phil's CWM in the Original Dev Section. I haven't tested it with TWRP and it probably wont work in twrp
Backup: http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407584492
Mirror 1: http://d-h.st/taP
Mirror 2: http://goo.im/devs/graffixnyc/M8//20...lease-keys.zip




To use the backup unzip the file and you will have a folder after you unzip it, place the folder in your clockworkmod folder with the rest of your backups and then restore from CWM



Disclaimer: I am not responsible if you use this and brick your device or if your device blows up, implodes, or flames start shooting from it or it kills your neighbor's dog. Flash at your own risk. I am not responsible.... It was the other guy... I swear....
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