Sorry if this question has been asked before (I tried searching, couldn't find any)
Is there a way to flash factory images without wiping internal storage (emulated sd card) ?
I'm thinking of going back to complete stock and start afresh when the supposed Android "Lollipop" comes out.
I've never yet tried flashing a factory image till now (flashed ROM zips to upgrade Android Versions)
Thanks in advance
ok followed this guide (did the step by step) and the only issue at the end was that I could not get into the recovery mode. I would get the small android on it's back but when I pressed the power plus up button it would just reboot. When it booted up I am only getting 16GB, I then followed the steps in the second post (not sure if I just reboot it at the end or not) and I still only have 16GB (ran through it three times so far being very careful to follow all the steps). Hope someone can guide me here since I'm not sure where to go next.
For some reason I could not fastboot flash cache.img it says "could not determine image filename for 'cache.img'. I did format the cache partition 5x and I still just get 11.76GB free after the flash to stock. Getting back to stock recovery is an issue since it just reboots when I get to the red small android (don't get the options to wipe).
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