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Discussion in 'Galaxy Nexus Development' started by BL4Z3D247, Dec 15, 2011.
thank you thank you thank you:hail: was hating installing it every time.dancedroid
I have ulocked and rooted via the fastboot method already and verified it by updteing the bi in superuser. I preformed the system update after all that yesterday but when I went to preform this, I noticed i couldnt obtain root. Also I no longer had root for superuser. I read that some people rooted and then updated to 4.0.2 do you think I should re run the fastboot root and then try this now that the update is on the phone? or is there a different download, file, or different anything when rooting 4.0.2?
^^^ Taking an ota usually removes root. Just redo the root steps since you are already unlocked.
Thats what I figured but with the flood of info I didnt want to preform 4.0.1 steps in the event of different files/steps for 4.0.2. Thanks I will report back later!
EDIT: turns out I had to re root. No big deal just follow whatever instructions you like. Then preform the CWM install however you like. Yes I heard the 'pop' while rebooting into recovery via CWM. thats not healthy.
I can only boot into cwm recovery through rom manager. Everytime I try manually (when the phone is off), it boots into stock recovery. I have deleted the system/recovery.p file and it is still booting into stock recovery. Any suggestions?
Flash CWM again and boot into recovery through the app, then reboot phone, then go to the bootloader and scroll down to recovery and hit power and you should get into CWM.
Works now. Thanks!
Wish that would have worked! I even tried just moving the file, no luck. When I return to the Stock rom next week with Android 4.0.3 rolling out, I'll try that again.
I mean either way works, I just figured renaming it would be better in case you needed use of that file at a later point in time.
So I'm not 100% clockwork is the source of my situation but:
Before leaving work I installed clockwork with no problems and went ahead and did a full backup. As soon as that back up was done and I was back in the OS I unplugged from wall power, put the phone in my pocket and left the office. About half way home I noticed that I didn't have a data connection while trying to do something on my phone. Once I got home I have tried:
Cycle Airplane Mode
Power off, pull battery, hold power for 10 seconds, replace battery and reboot
replace the stock recovery file, reboot, boot into fastboot and confirm clockwork is removed, reboot
After all of these, I still have no data connection... thoughts? I guess I should proceed to unroot, then re-lock?
Did you try restoring via your nandroid backup?