[EASIEST ROOT/UNLOCK TOOLKIT] Wugfresh Galaxy Nexus Root Toolkit v1.4

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Dakota0206

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I havnt flashed anything yet! I man like Roms and Kernels and base bands and stuff from xda

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Once you are rooted and unlocked you need to flack clockworkmod recovery. I have not tried the recovery flash in this tool. The way I did it....
1. Install Root Explorer
2. Install Rom Manager
3. Open Root Explorer> Toggle r/w permissions> Delete "/system/recovery-from-boot.p"
4. Open Rom Manager> Flash Clockworkmod Recovery
5. Power Off Phone
5. Boot into Fastboot
6. Select Recovery
7. Make a backup of stock
8. Download/place the ROM of your choice to the SDcard of the phone
9. Follow steps 5-7
10. Select install zip from sdcard
11. Find your ROM and flash.
12. Reboot your phone, and your done!
 
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freebordjunky

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Once you are rooted and unlocked you need to flack clockworkmod recovery. I have not tried the recovery flash in this tool. The way I did it....
1. Install Root Explorer
2. Install Rom Manager
3. Open Root Explorer> Toggle r/w permissions> Delete "/system/recovery-from-boot.p"
4. Open Rom Manager> Flash Clockworkmod Recovery
5. Power Off Phone
5. Boot into Fastboot
6. Select Recovery
7. Make a backup of stock
8. Download/place the ROM of your choice to the SDcard of the phone
9. Follow steps 5-7
10. Select install zip from sdcard
11. Find your ROM and flash.
12. Reboot your phone, and your done!

OK I see.

It just installs zips from the SD card and not directly from the pc

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Dakota0206

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can i do just the root? And if i can does it still wipe the phone?

Yes you can just do root. I do not believe you would lose data if rooting only. Not %100 though.

Is your bootloader unlocked? If it is not and you want to root you should unlock it. It would definitely wipe then though.

Either way if you use the backup tool before hand you wont lose your data!

Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Nexus - Verizon 4G LTE.
 
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