Since he told you he is telling you how to do it now, maybe give him some time to do just that. Meanwhile, maybe try google and see what you can find.
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Would this work?
Ok, for Mac users (OSX). First the setup.
Download SDK: Android SDK | Android Developers
Extract and place the folder somewhere (doesn't matter where)
On your phone, make sure USB debebugging is enabled.
Reboot to recovery. Connect USB to phone/computer.
Go to partitions menu and select mount SD card.
Now you need to path to the tools folder in SDK. Open the android_sdk folder, you should see a bunch of folders in there, amongst them a "tools" folder.
Open terminal. Type cd [hit space bar]
Now drag the tools folder to your terminal window and it should propogate the path for you. Hit enter.
In terminal, type ./adb devices
If you see your device, then you're good to go. Notice that for Mac's you need to add the "./" in front of adb commands.
Now you can follow the commands in the post I did before. Just remember for Mac's it's ./adb shell, not adb shell. All other commands are exactly the same, no need to add the ./
Unmount sd card and see if your nandroid works.
Thanks to MD5 mismatch