CWM + Kernel

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    Thanks!

    Dumb question: how do I go about installing these drivers. I'm using the Toolkit now and I see that one option is to install the Galaxy Nexus drivers, but not sure if they're the same as the ones I just downloaded from you (this is all new to me, sorry:p)

    edit: Forgot the basics for a minute....I think I remember LOL
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    SUCCESS!!!

    Finally got a touch version of CWMR running. Seriously THANK YOU ALL for your help. This'll definitely make flashing ROMs much easier and it's nice to see the font size also got bigger, I don't got old eyes but no longer need to bring it up to my face so closely:D

    Thank you to all of you again. Rescue Squad needing to be rescued:D Fresh start on my PC, and got the version of CWMR I wanted on my phone. Feel my luck turning around already. Thanks again!:hail::hail::hail:
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    Excellent! Be sure to try out the swipe gestures in touch clockwork. Freaking awesome.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk
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    Didn't even know it has swipe gestured, I'm just happy it's got arrow keys LOL

    I'm gonna step away from this phone for the night. Put me through enough stress and consumed way too much of my time for tonight. I got some things I gotta restore on the computer now and then back to my book:p

    Took 2 days and about 4 or 5 different people...Nexus you were the center of stress throughout my weekend. So relieved and happy I got it on. Thanks again guys! Really appreciate the help:hail:
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    Sweet! Is there any quick way to describe the recipe of drivers that you needed? Haha
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    Considering I probably took about 1000 extra steps the one method that did work I find it safe to say...:D

    Download PDAnet and then update the drivers using the "naked" drivers provided by 713king. That's what seemed to do the trick. Had I known that probably would've saved a good hour or two tonight alone and would've solved my issues since I started.

    so install the driver with PDAnet.
    Download the "naked" drivers
    Update Android 1.0 with the "naked" drivers through device manager
    Success:hail:
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    awesome! I was having the same problem with drivers sorry I couldnt answer sooner on how to install my phone died :( lol but glad you got it to work!
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    Haha all good. Out of frustration I just forgot the basics, took a breather and thought it through and realized how easy it was. Save myself some embarassment:D
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    Well, I just discovered this thread again. I looked at it a long time ago and you were getting some good help so I didn't chime it. I know you needed to get ADB up and working, but you could also have installed the CWMR Touch Installer app from the market.

    Good luck.
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    Indeed I could've gone that route, but I didn't want to give up:D
    So after about 2 hours of help finally got it working. Installing it through that app was plan B, but I almost never plan on resorting to plan B no matter the situation. I'm stubborn like that:p
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    Yeah I don't blame you. In fact I went through exactly the same dance as you in trying to get my Windows 7 setup for the Gnex. Drivers were terrible. I ended up getting with either ChevyNo1's adb script or the PdaNet thing. I did both and it just eventually worked.

    Anyway, glad you got it.
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    Yup went through every type of driver until the universal one got it working right. I'm just thankful no one else told me to give up and use the installer.:hail:
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