Originally Posted by iq_warth
can you give me link the rom ...
If you mean a link to the stock ROM you'll find it e.g. here
. However, a web search will provide you with other locations, too.
And I suggested to follow @Ibuprophen
's and @SubwayChamp
's advices you above and below your post.
Originally Posted by DragonFire1024
Not all true. You can port ROMs and in some cases via system.img or flashing the system partition(s) with an app like FlashFire or from a root shell, you can 'dd' boot, recovery or system.imgs. for example, my Amazon HD 10 was built from the factory image of the Nexus 6, Project Fi LVY48F so I can port nearly everything from that img to my system.
I concur I'd have stated "...anything else might
brick the device...", and I'm going to edit my post accordingly. However, does my statement really contradict yours? What is the end state of the process or operation of porting a ROM
by whatever means? A functionable ROM, which is originally built for a different device, modified to work on another device (or in other words: dedicated for this other device). I hope you concur that the original ROM is most likely not going to work on the other device without porting it.
And I can only reiterate what @Davey126