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15th December 2014, 04:06 PM |#501  
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My device is unlocked but not rooted, can I still receive the 5.0.1 update from T-Mobile or do I have to be locked as well?
16th December 2014, 08:32 PM |#502  
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Wug or anyone that can help,
I used the toolkit to update to 5.0.1 but i decided to try the phone encrypted. It was a poor choice and i want to go back unencrypted. Can i flash back to unencrypted and not wipe all my data or is that not possible?

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16th December 2014, 08:52 PM |#503  
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Wug or anyone that can help,
I used the toolkit to update to 5.0.1 but i decided to try the phone encrypted. It was a poor choice and i want to go back unencrypted. Can i flash back to unencrypted and not wipe all my data or is that not possible?

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You have to wipe. So backup using titanium and restore it after wiping is what I do.
16th December 2014, 11:56 PM |#504  
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Can I root, install twrp and decrypt the 5.0.1 automatically with this tools like the 5.0? Did someone try it?
17th December 2014, 04:21 AM |#505  
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Does this tool kit work for returning a nexus5 to stock 5.01? I'm currenly on franco kernel r60 andro4.3

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17th December 2014, 04:55 AM |#506  
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Good job @WugFresh!

I had to use to grab a non-enforcing boot image real quick (Yeah, I am lazy from time to time but that is beside the point).


I have watched your toolkit progress since the original Nexus 7 and you are doing a really good job!

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17th December 2014, 08:11 AM |#507  
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Can I root, install twrp and decrypt the 5.0.1 automatically with this tools like the 5.0? Did someone try it?

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Does this tool kit work for returning a nexus5 to stock 5.01? I'm currenly on franco kernel r60 andro4.3

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Yes. Yes.

5.0.1 should be listed in the kit, and once its listed, you can assume it performs all the functions.

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17th December 2014, 08:16 AM |#508  
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This explanation made sense to me, but so far I haven't been able to make it work. Probably something wrong with my procedure. Here is what I am doing.
NRT 1.9.9, options, flash stock tab, check "Enable No wipe mode", Apply
Under "back to stock", select "flash stock +unroot", select Build LRX22C, under choice select automaticall download + extract factory image
Let download finish and extraction
I navigate to the folder "C:\Program Files (x86)\WugFresh Development\Nexus Root Toolkit\data\Factory_Images\shamu-lrx22c-factory-ff173fc6" Now I am looking for boot.img so I can replace it with the no-force-encypt boot.img that I have downloaded (renaming no-force-encypt boot.img to boot.img). I only find a boot.img file in the zip image-shamu-lrx22c.zip so I unzip it, swap out the boot.img file for the no-force-encypt boot.img renaming it boot.img and then rezip it replacing the original image-shamu-lrx22c.zip
I can post the files NRT can't find when it goes to flash, but I am probably messing up my procedure above. I can certainly wait for 2.0 NRT although I figure I might learn something by understanding what I am doing wrong with 1.9.9.

Everything you did was correct and logical, you just need to also enable 'force flash', since that will extract the factory pack further (i.e, that zip you messed with). The missing img thing, (missing system.img) is just an error specific to the way google packaged these latest builds (wasn't always the case). Force flash, just corrects that issue. In v2.0.0 it will just be a matter of checking all the boxes, "force flash", "no wipe", and "no enforce encrypt", which will all be moved to the flash stock interface, rather than tucked away in the toolkit options. Cheers.

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17th December 2014, 12:15 PM |#509  
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Can we also de-encrypt 5.0.1 stock rom by using this kit ?

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17th December 2014, 02:32 PM |#510  
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Can we also de-encrypt 5.0.1 stock rom by using this kit ?

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I believe people have said yes with the new update
17th December 2014, 05:19 PM |#511  
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Any one not running decrypted? I'm undecided on what to do.
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