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By Tigerstown, Recognized Contributor on 17th April 2016, 12:52 PM
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I own a nexus 6P and i have a few threads over there. one is for modified boot.imgs i have been getting a lot of PM asking if i could make one for the 5x so i did and it has been tested by @RTNDO128
MM modified DM removed removed force/encryption and custom sepolicy to allow system root.

DOWNLOADS FOR 7.0 OFFICIAL
NRD90M(Decrypted)(System_root hopefully coming soon)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4y...ew?usp=sharing

DOWNLOADS FOR MM
MTC20F(System_Root)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4y...w?usp=drivesdk

MTC19V(System_Root)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4y...w?usp=drivesdk

MTC19T(System_Root)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4y...ew?usp=sharing

MCH19q
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4y...w?usp=drivesdk

DOWNLOADS FOR ANDROID N Preview builds
NPD90G
https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24572369242689017

NPD56N
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4y...ew?usp=sharing

NPD35K
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4y...w?usp=drivesdk

NPC91k
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4y...ew?usp=sharing


DIRECTIONS

fastboot flash boot boot.img
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17th April 2016, 12:53 PM |#2  
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Good to see your work here as well.
Would love to see more.

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Bringing the love to 5x!!!

To users:
Don't question just follow his directions and profit

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Originally Posted by Tigerstown

I own a nexus 6P and i have a few threads over there. one is for modified boot.imgs i have been getting a lot of PM asking if i could make one for the 5x so i did and it has been tested by @RTNDO128
So this is a decrypted and DM checks have been removed. flastboot this boot.img when flashing N preview factory imgs. Also i will be posting a MM modified boot.img the has DM removed removed force/encryption and custom sepolicy to allow system root. but for now here is the N boot.img


DIRECTIONS

fastboot flash boot boot.img



Hy guys, if i have the April N Preview on my n5X can i use this method to decrypt it? do i have to use only the code "fastboot flash boot boot.img" in fastboot (after have put my n5X in fastboot mode)? or do i have to compute some "erasing" in order to avoid bootloop?
i ask you that 'cause i want avoid to do the installation of N preview again

thnks Guys
17th April 2016, 07:08 PM |#5  
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Hy guys, if i have the April N Preview on my n5X can i use this method to decrypt it? do i have to use only the code "fastboot flash boot boot.img" in fastboot (after have put my n5X in fastboot mode)? or do i have to compute some "erasing" in order to avoid bootloop?
i ask you that 'cause i want avoid to do the installation of N preview again

thnks Guys

To my knowledge you need to decrypt phone then flash N and before boot flash decrypt boot img then boot twrp then flash super su 2.71. To be decrypted rooted N.

Now to begin that process you need a decrypted phone which is why i am waiting for m decrypt boot begore i proceed.

Tigerstown can correct me if i am wrong.

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Hy guys, if i have the April N Preview on my n5X can i use this method to decrypt it? do i have to use only the code "fastboot flash boot boot.img" in fastboot (after have put my n5X in fastboot mode)? or do i have to compute some "erasing" in order to avoid bootloop?
i ask you that 'cause i want avoid to do the installation of N preview again

thnks Guys

Yes, you can use this method to decrypt your 5X.
To begin, make sure that you have backed up everything on your internal storage, since everything will be removed. It will basically be like a fresh start.
  1. Boot your 5X into bootloader mode and connect it to the PC.
  2. Flash the modified boot.img (The one you have downloaded from above):
    Code:
    fastboot flash boot boot.img
  3. After that is done, decrypt your 5X:
    Code:
    fastboot format userdata
    fastboot format cache
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Yes, you can use this method to decrypt your 5X.
To begin, make sure that you have backed up everything on your internal storage, since everything will be removed. It will basically be like a fresh start.

  1. Boot your 5X into bootloader mode and connect it to the PC.
  2. Flash the modified boot.img (The one you have downloaded from above):
    Code:
    fastboot flash boot boot.img
  3. After that is done, decrypt your 5X:
    Code:
    fastboot format userdata
    fastboot format cache

thanks a lot buddy i will try to do that, hoping in a not-bootloop solution
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thanks a lot buddy i will try to do that, hoping in a not-bootloop solution

No bootloop guarantee, until you do something different than this.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DJBhardwaj

Yes, you can use this method to decrypt your 5X.
To begin, make sure that you have backed up everything on your internal storage, since everything will be removed. It will basically be like a fresh start.

  1. Boot your 5X into bootloader mode and connect it to the PC.
  2. Flash the modified boot.img (The one you have downloaded from above):
    Code:
    fastboot flash boot boot.img
  3. After that is done, decrypt your 5X:
    Code:
    fastboot format userdata
    fastboot format cache

This is exactly what I was just going to reply. If your on N flash boot.IMG and decrypt using fastboot like said above.
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Awesome Im running android m with force encryption removed (fed patcher).
I want to upgrade it to N without loosing data : I think I have to flash THIS boot, recovery, Bootloader, vendor, cache, and system image files. I'm not flashing Userdata instead.
Is it right for having android N devrypted?
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Awesome Im running android m with force encryption removed (fed patcher).
I want to upgrade it to N without loosing data : I think I have to flash THIS boot, recovery, Bootloader, vendor, cache, and system image files. I'm not flashing Userdata instead.
Is it right for having android N devrypted?

Yes, perfectly alright. Avoid the recovery image, in case you have TWRP installed.
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