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jd1639

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Edit, your bootloader must be unlocked to use this. If your bootloader is not already unlocked, unlocking it will wipe your data and this method is not recommended.

This is a modified factory image that will not erase your user data or custom recovery. This can be used even if you’re rooted and with modified system files, xposed framework, or custom recovery. Once installed you will lose root, just flash supersu in your custom recovery. Xposed should still be on your device so just go into the app and re-install it. For any modified system files, you will have to re-modify those.

This is intended for those on the stock rom, rooted, and with a custom recovery. It’ll work if you have a custom rom but will put the stock system on.

I am not responsible for anything you do to your device so flash at your own risk. Always backup before doing any significant changes to your device. I would recommend off your device in case something happens
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To use, download the modified factory image here http://d-h.st/OEl Use 7-zip or winrar to extract the files.
Mirror https://mega.co.nz/#!EVQyiaSR!sUIKUSR40EQSbL2p6OaOZq2NBxrWs0opbc6IbgbGVvI

Supersu by chainfire can be found here, CWM / TWRP / MobileODIN installable ZIP: http://download.chainfire.eu/supersu

Boot into the bootloader. From a cmd window opened where the flash-all file is just type flash-all. You can use shift, right click on the hammerhead-ktu85m-Modified folder to open a command window in the correct folder.

You can also just double click on the flash-all.bat


This is tested on a windows machine; however it should work on a Mac too, flash the flash-all.sh.
 
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bill875

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So far, so good. I just flashed jd1639's modified factory image using the provided instructions. Please note, there is a bit of a pause during the process, in all, it took around 78 seconds to complete. My N5 now says Android is upgrading. I'm in ART mode, so this will take a while. I will edit this post once it is completely up and running.

Thanks jd1639!

UPDATE: Everything seems to work fine, however my signal levels are not reporting as high as they were with the .17 baseband on Sprint. So I guess I won't have LTE in my office at all! :(
 
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MandoH

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i'm getting fastboot is not recognized as internal or external command:??? Any ideas?

---------- Post added at 05:46 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:30 PM ----------

Not working!... typed flash-all

fastboot is not rfecogniczed as internal or external command
 

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    Edit, your bootloader must be unlocked to use this. If your bootloader is not already unlocked, unlocking it will wipe your data and this method is not recommended.

    This is a modified factory image that will not erase your user data or custom recovery. This can be used even if you’re rooted and with modified system files, xposed framework, or custom recovery. Once installed you will lose root, just flash supersu in your custom recovery. Xposed should still be on your device so just go into the app and re-install it. For any modified system files, you will have to re-modify those.

    This is intended for those on the stock rom, rooted, and with a custom recovery. It’ll work if you have a custom rom but will put the stock system on.

    I am not responsible for anything you do to your device so flash at your own risk. Always backup before doing any significant changes to your device. I would recommend off your device in case something happens
    .
    To use, download the modified factory image here http://d-h.st/OEl Use 7-zip or winrar to extract the files.
    Mirror https://mega.co.nz/#!EVQyiaSR!sUIKUSR40EQSbL2p6OaOZq2NBxrWs0opbc6IbgbGVvI

    Supersu by chainfire can be found here, CWM / TWRP / MobileODIN installable ZIP: http://download.chainfire.eu/supersu

    Boot into the bootloader. From a cmd window opened where the flash-all file is just type flash-all. You can use shift, right click on the hammerhead-ktu85m-Modified folder to open a command window in the correct folder.

    You can also just double click on the flash-all.bat


    This is tested on a windows machine; however it should work on a Mac too, flash the flash-all.sh.
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    double clicked and still samething persist.. any suggestions?
    Install minimal adb & fastboot from this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2317790
    Extract the rar folder of the ktu84m image to the install folder containing fastboot.exe
    Run the flash-all.bat. It should now work
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    Is it possible to use flashify for this?

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    Here's a flashable zip someone posted worked for me http://d-h.st/3l1

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    i'm getting fastboot is not recognized as internal or external command:??? Any ideas?

    You don't have fastboot set up.

    Edit, just double click on flash-all.bat. See if that works
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    Zip failed on me, though I did wipe System completely. Will try with aokp or just flash factory images over adb. Thanks, anyway! :)

    EDIT: after installing aokp system back on, it flashed just fine. Thanks!

    Here's another one http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2557523

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