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Nov 21, 2014 - 5:14 AM - by JimTDI
The factory image for Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Nexus 6 is available now from Google. This version is "LRX210," and can be downloaded from the links below. This is the best way to have a consistent base OS for your device in case you ever need to recover from a catastrophe. We even included a link to the binaries. Enjoy!
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Nov 21, 2014 - 5:11 AM - by JimTDI
The Nexus 9 is getting solid reviews around the web, and it seems to be selling well. Google's new high-end tablet will now have a new retailer offering it, and it will be in a way which might make it more affordable for most folks.
T-Mobile will be selling the HTC-made Nexus 9 LTE tablet through their "T-Mobile Underground," which is just a fancy name for their online retail store. The Nexus 9 LTE will be $0 down and 24 monthly installments of $27.08. Here's the full press release,
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Nexus 6 launches today at T-Mobile, Nexus 9 tablet coming soon
Start your holiday shopping engines. Today T-Mobile is launching the Nexus 6 by Motorola on the network built Data Strong
™. The 32GB Nexus 6 is available today online
and in participating T-Mobile stores for $0 down (and $27.08 for 24 months). Rocking Android 5.0, the Nexus 6 gives customers the latest and greatest mobile experience from Google, all on an impressive 6-inch Quad HD display designed for multimedia streaming.
If a little more storage is what you’re after, the 64GB variant will be available today on the T-Mobile Underground
– T-Mobile’s online “backroom” for hard-to-find, limited quantity devices – for $0 down (and $29.16 for 24 months).
Additionally, the brand new 32GB Nexus 9 tablet will be available in early December on the Underground for $0 down (and $24.99 for 24 months). This 4G LTE powerhouse tablet has everything you need, from a 64-bit NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor to the latest version of Android, wrapped in a sleek package with all the bells and whistles.
And only with the Un-carrier™ can customers use the latest devices the way they were meant to
Nov 21, 2014 - 5:01 AM - by JimTDI
If you brick your Nexus device no worries you can always just flash the stock image! The first thing I like to do when i receive my new device, as you all know by now, is to root it! I grabbed the proper twrp recovery and flashed that to my device then i installed the latest beta supersu by "chainfire" which was supposed to work on Android Lollipop without issue, but it turns out i ended up in a bootloop. No worries i proceeded to the Google Android stock images page and downloaded my stock image for the Nexus 6. After extracting the images i ended up with a few files. Normally you should be able to just double click the flash-all.bat file which should launch a script to automatically flash the stock image. However the script flashed the bootloader and radio with no issues and then errored out when it tried to flash the system.img stating that the image doesn't exist. The image is there, but you will have to manually flash it.
You need the SDK Installed, once installed extract the system.image into the "platform-tools" folder. You will see a file labeled "image-shame.xxxxx.zip" extract that, open the extracted file and copy and paste the 6 files into the platform-tools folder. You will need to open a command prompt and cd into the platform-tools directory. Boot your phone into bootloader mode "from power off state hold volumedown+power". Then plug your phone into your PC. You will then need to issue a series of commands.
1. fastboot flash bootloader "copyandpastebootloadername"
2. fastboot flash radio "copyandpasteradioname"
3. fastboot reboot-bootloader
4. fastboot flash boot boot.img
5. fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
6. fastboot flash system system.img
7. fastboot reboot
This will be like you are booting your phone up for the first time, and as such will take a while for the phone to fully boot.
Nexus 6 Stock Image
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