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flashing factory images

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by iWordplay, Oct 15, 2012.

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    Does doing this unroot and lock your phone?
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    It will unroot, but will not lock. To lock, just go into the bootloader (same as where you flashed the image) and input "fastboot oem lock".
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    Okay. And is it gonna wipe phone data? Like pictures.
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    It will typically wipe internal storage, on any device. Since that's all the Gnex has, yes, it will wipe anything you have saved on the phone, like pictures.

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