[Toolkit] Wug's Nexus Root Toolkit v. 2.1.9

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WugFresh

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Working on it now. Been really busy though with another project though; https://capsules.io/ks.html

I will try my best to get the toolkit updated asap in my limited free time. There are some other changes/updates I need to integrate as well, but not too many. Cheers.

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WugFresh

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Working on it now. Been really busy though with another project though; https://capsules.io/ks.html

I will try my best to get the toolkit updated asap in my limited free time. There are some other changes/updates I need to integrate as well, but not too many. Cheers.

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Coding went pretty smooth this round. v1.8.3 is up. (Yes, it supports 4.4.3)

Enjoy ^_^

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striker59

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Used it to first to unlock bootloader, root and put custom recovery on both my Nexus 7 & 10. Yesterday used it to put factory recovery back on both. Waiting for ota updates. Great tool.

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makbil

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Just used the toolkit to flash custom recovery and root after flashing 4.4.3 factory image. Worked perfectly. Thanks.

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b_hermon

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Multiple recoveries installed!?

Wug Fresh I use your kit to root my N7 (2012) and my N5. But I like CWM instead of TWRP. I choose to only temporarily use TWRP for rooting and select CMW as my recovery of choice. Once my device is booted up and I'm in Rom Manager It tells me I have TWRP and[/I ]CMW installed and I don't know how to get rid of TWRP. Is that how it's supposed to work? I thought TWRP was only temporary. And why can't I get rid of it after? If you or anyone out there could help me out, that'd be amazing! Thanks

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carmatana

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Conflict with drivers with 2 Nexus devices

Hi,

I have a Nexus 7 and my wife a Nexus 10.

Each time I want to use this EXCELLENT tool I have to do the complete process of driver installation when I am connecting the other device.

Is there a way to drivers of the two tablets coexisting?

Thanks
 

keneth_c

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Wug Fresh I use your kit to root my N7 (2012) and my N5. But I like CWM instead of TWRP. I choose to only temporarily use TWRP for rooting and select CMW as my recovery of choice. Once my device is booted up and I'm in Rom Manager It tells me I have TWRP and[/I ]CMW installed and I don't know how to get rid of TWRP. Is that how it's supposed to work? I thought TWRP was only temporary. And why can't I get rid of it after? If you or anyone out there could help me out, that'd be amazing! Thanks

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Click "ClockworkMod Recovery" under "Install & Update" (see screenshot).

That should install CWM recovery for you.

Good Luck :)

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Hi,

I have a Nexus 7 and my wife a Nexus 10.

Each time I want to use this EXCELLENT tool I have to do the complete process of driver installation when I am connecting the other device.

Is there a way to drivers of the two tablets coexisting?

Thanks

+1

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hazwheel

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Hi,

I have a Nexus 7 and my wife a Nexus 10.

Each time I want to use this EXCELLENT tool I have to do the complete process of driver installation when I am connecting the other device.

Is there a way to drivers of the two tablets coexisting?

Thanks

I used to have the same problem with my n4 & n7, strangely , the problem has recently disappeared, no idea why

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WugFresh

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I used to have the same problem with my n4 & n7, strangely , the problem has recently disappeared, no idea why

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Try using different USB ports for each device and sticking to those "dedicated" ports. Inconsistencies like that are related to windows being weird.

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b_hermon

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Click "ClockworkMod Recovery" under "Install & Update" (see screenshot).

That should install CWM recovery for you.

Good Luck :)

Keneth_c

Well immediately following the toolkit process I have CWMR installed. And I too have, at times, done what you suggested, but not matter what I do, it still always displays like the screenshot on the bottom. That I have two recoveries installed. I just want to get rid of TWRP
 

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