So I used the Nexus Root Toolkit to flash stock and unroot it, but after using it, I got stuck at the bootloader screen. So I pushed the start button to reboot, and my nexus 7 is still rooted. Help plz?
on 08/06/2012 – Made popular on 08/06/2012
my nexus 7 is stuck in bootloader with no recovery ive tried the flash back to stock and unroot option on the wugfresh nexus toolkit 1.5.3 and it works all the way til sending system the little - mark still flashes but i left it for like 20m and it still didnt work ive tried multiple times and i clicked cant boot up option, please help
Hey guys, I need urgent help here. So i flashed to Paranoid Rom 2.0 rom the other day and I reset my Nexus 7 and since then, it just got stuck at the Paranoid bootup logo and refuse to start. I tried to flash it back to Stock image but there were errors. Now it's only able to detect Fastboot mode and not ADB.
It used to be called the Galaxy Nexus Root toolkit, but with version 1.5, it’s now called the Nexus Root Toolkit because it supports all Nexus devices, including the Nexus 7. WugFresh is famous for giving us the quick and easy way to unlock and root the Galaxy Nexus as well as flash it back to stock and re-lock it.
Have tried unrooting back to phone original and rerooting tried [Toolkit] Wug's Nexus Root Toolkit v1.6.1 [Updated 11/30/12]: Nexus S 4G Thread and Shabbypenguin Nexus Root 8.0 can anyone suggest a patch or zip is it in boot img something turned off? It use to work.
I'm new to the whole Android thing but I used to install lots of roms on my trusty old Windows Mobile devices over the years. I remember then that trying out different roms sometimes meant things would stop working.
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