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[Toolkit] Wug's Nexus Root Toolkit v2.1.4 [Updated 01/16/16]: Nexus 10 Thread

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By WugFresh, Inactive Recognized Developer on 27th November 2012, 12:24 AM
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4th April 2016, 10:41 PM |#721  
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Again, went to twrp website, & downloaded official twrp for manta, flashed using image flash via twrp, when I went to boot to recovery, straight to dl mode. Tried rebooting. Right back to dl mode. Used this, clicked root & recovery, once booted into twrp I unplugged & booted back into rom I had on it. Thanks again Wug

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8th July 2016, 05:41 AM |#722  
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That prevents you from flashing an incomplete factory image. It is an important fail safe I included. Update the toolkits master lists (Help > About...) to ensure you have the latest lists, then try again on a stable internet connection, or download it from google, and use the "other/browse" option in that flash stock interface: https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images

I think if you just update your master lists and try again, all will be well.

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dude love your work. but i am getting the same thing. i downloaded the image both from google and your download. i go to help then about wugfresh and nothing pops up about updating anything.
9th July 2016, 01:41 AM |#723  
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also i tried to root npd56n for nexus 6. the noforce encrypt file is missing on android file host. googled it and can't find it.
10th March 2017, 08:36 PM |#724  
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I wiped my data on my phone and then rebooted it without flashing anything. My phone is in a bootloop and even after doing the directions, it still is in a bootloop. Does any know how to fix this. I am on a nexus 4.
11th March 2017, 10:26 AM |#725  
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@Sp100

This is for the nexus 10 but i will help anyway. Turn you device off, than hold VolUp+Down and the Power Button till a menu shows up. Now you are in the fastboot modus and can flash an original image, a recovery or goes to the recovery.

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17th April 2017, 10:08 PM |#726  
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Thanks I just got a 10 from a family member who upgraded and this made it ridiculously easy to root and install recovery.
23rd May 2017, 03:39 PM |#727  
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Need help unlocking and rooting please.
I am trying to go from 5.1.1 to at least a MM rom.
I have a retail Nexus 10 wifi and I have started the process of unlocking .
I am not sure where I am or what to do next, I thought I unlocked but when I rebooted I just get bootlloops of the 4 colored spinning balls.
I am attaching a pic of my download mode screen for referenece.
When I try anything with Nexus Root Toolkit, it says
"FASTBOOT was not found"
Thank you for any guidance!
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25th December 2017, 06:30 PM |#728  
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Originally Posted by plainbum

I am trying to go from 5.1.1 to at least a MM rom.
I have a retail Nexus 10 wifi and I have started the process of unlocking .
I am not sure where I am or what to do next, I thought I unlocked but when I rebooted I just get bootlloops of the 4 colored spinning balls.
I am attaching a pic of my download mode screen for referenece.
When I try anything with Nexus Root Toolkit, it says
"FASTBOOT was not found"
Thank you for any guidance!

Well, the tool should have done everything for you.. Hope it all worked out for ya.
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