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[LINUX] [MAC OSX] Universal Nexus Linux Toolkit v2.4.0 (Unlock, Root, CWM, Factory)

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By tatelucas, Senior Member on 15th November 2013, 08:12 PM
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Universal Nexus Linux Toolkit v2.4.0


NOW COMPATIBLE WITH MAC OSX!!!


Universal Nexus Linux Toolkit is a bash script based program that offers an easy way
to do all you need to do before flashing a custom ROM on your Nexus device.

It works with:

0. Nexus 5 [hammerhead]
1. Nexus 4 [mako]
2. Nexus 10 [manta]
3. Nexus 7 (WiFi) [grouper]
4. Nexus 7 (GSM) [tilapia]
5. Galaxy Nexus (GSM) [maguro]
6. Galaxy Nexus (Verizon) [toro]
7. Galaxy Nexus (Sprint) [toroplus]
8. Nexus S (worldwide version, i9020t and i9023) [crespo]
9. Nexus S (850MHz version, i9020a) [crespo]
10. Nexus S (Korea version, m200) [crespo]
11. Nexus S 4G (d720) [crespo4g]

With this toolkit you will be able to:

- Unlock the bootloader.
- Flash CWM/TWRP recovery (Standard or Touch).
- Root the phone.
- Lock the bootloader.
- Flash Google Factory Image. (Not available for Sprint Galaxy Nexus)

DOWNLOAD IT FOR LINUX HERE

DOWNLOAD IT FOR MAC OSX HERE

Galaxy Nexus Linux Toolkit is Open Source! See the CODE

HOW TO EXECUTE:
Please extract the .tgz in the place you want, for example in /home/user
Open a terminal and type the following:
>[email protected]: cd "THE PATH WHERE IS THE unltlauncher.sh FILE"
>[email protected]: bash ./unltlauncher.sh
If you extract it in /home/user/unlt, the path to the .sh must be /home/user/unlt
so you have to type:
>[email protected]: cd /home/user/unlt
>[email protected]: bash ./unltlauncher.sh

Note: If you're running on a 64 bits Linux OS, please install 32 bits libraries. If you're running on Linux and you didn't configure UDEV rules for your device, please run the script with superuser permissions(sudo bash unltlauncher.sh)

Here are some SCREENSHOTS:













I hope you will find it useful!
P.S. Sorry for my English. I'm from Argentina!
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15th November 2013, 08:24 PM |#2  
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Nice to see that there are some Linux and Mac Tools
15th November 2013, 09:06 PM |#3  
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Thanks alot now i wont have to run boot camp.
16th November 2013, 06:14 AM |#4  
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Awesome little tool.

Unfortunately, I keep getting
Code:
< waiting for device >
when using the "unlock bootloader" option and nothing seems to happen.

Any idea what is going on here?

EDIT: Figured it out. Had to add a ruleset for the Nexus 5. Ugh, not fun, but this tutorial definitely helped:
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1918512
24th November 2013, 12:03 PM |#5  
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Nexus 4 update
Is the latest update, KRT16S available in your Toolkit? I flashed a factory image, the other day, using your excellent toolkit and it was KRT160.


Sorry, got it now, thanks!


Quote:
Originally Posted by tatelucas

Universal Nexus Linux Toolkit v2.4.0


NOW COMPATIBLE WITH MAC OSX!!!


Universal Nexus Linux Toolkit is a bash script based program that offers an easy way
to do all you need to do before flashing a custom ROM on your Nexus device.

It works with:

0. Nexus 5 [hammerhead]
1. Nexus 4 [mako]
2. Nexus 10 [manta]
3. Nexus 7 (WiFi) [grouper]
4. Nexus 7 (GSM) [tilapia]
5. Galaxy Nexus (GSM) [maguro]
6. Galaxy Nexus (Verizon) [toro]
7. Galaxy Nexus (Sprint) [toroplus]
8. Nexus S (worldwide version, i9020t and i9023) [crespo]
9. Nexus S (850MHz version, i9020a) [crespo]
10. Nexus S (Korea version, m200) [crespo]
11. Nexus S 4G (d720) [crespo4g]

With this toolkit you will be able to:

- Unlock the bootloader.
- Flash CWM/TWRP recovery (Standard or Touch).
- Root the phone.
- Lock the bootloader.
- Flash Google Factory Image. (Not available for Sprint Galaxy Nexus)

DOWNLOAD IT FOR LINUX HERE

DOWNLOAD IT FOR MAC OSX HERE

Galaxy Nexus Linux Toolkit is Open Source! See the CODE

HOW TO EXECUTE:
Please extract the .tgz in the place you want, for example in /home/user
Open a terminal and type the following:
>[email protected]: cd "THE PATH WHERE IS THE unltlauncher.sh FILE"
>[email protected]: bash ./unltlauncher.sh
If you extract it in /home/user/unlt, the path to the .sh must be /home/user/unlt
so you have to type:
>[email protected]: cd /home/user/unlt
>[email protected]: bash ./unltlauncher.sh

Note: If you're running on a 64 bits OS, please install 32 bits libraries.

Here are some SCREENSHOTS:













I hope you will find it useful!
P.S. Sorry for my English. I'm from Argentina!

24th November 2013, 06:12 PM |#6  
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Just got my Nexus5. Will this work for T-Mobile version?
24th November 2013, 06:23 PM |#7  
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Why wouldn't it?

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24th November 2013, 06:30 PM |#8  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ldubs

Why wouldn't it?

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Uhmmm, I'm not sure and usually people can ask any question within a thread as long as it's on topic. First thing to do would be to do a search within the thread and then ask. Since the thread is only around 5+ posts and no mention of T-Mobile then I thought I'd ask. With that said, I guess I got my answer. Thanks
24th November 2013, 07:19 PM |#9  
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thanks a lot.. awesome..
24th November 2013, 08:21 PM |#10  
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hey guys, i think i'm missing something?

i'm running mac osX and after i change directories via terminal to my desktop (location of saved file) i type
Quote:

bash ./unltlauncherosx100.sh

and i get the following message

Quote:

Updating Toolkit...
./unltlauncherosx100.sh: line 49: 10850 Segmentation fault wget $LATEST_TOOLKIT_URL > /dev/null 2>&1
Succesfully Updated.
Initializing...
bash: unlt.sh: No such file or directory

am i missing something here?
24th November 2013, 10:25 PM |#11  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xjedi

Uhmmm, I'm not sure and usually people can ask any question within a thread as long as it's on topic. First thing to do would be to do a search within the thread and then ask. Since the thread is only around 5+ posts and no mention of T-Mobile then I thought I'd ask. With that said, I guess I got my answer. Thanks

This is a tool to unlock root etc. What I meant was, why would it not work on tmo device? These scripts have nothing to do with the carrier...

sent from my hammerhead

---------- Post added at 04:25 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:22 PM ----------

Quote:
Originally Posted by kenzilla

hey guys, i think i'm missing something?

i'm running mac osX and after i change directories via terminal to my desktop (location of saved file) i type and i get the following message



am i missing something here?

Command is bash ./unltlauncher.sh

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