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Bricked Nexus S??

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I am in a bit of a pickle. I rooted my brand new Nexus S, but in the excitement, I accidentally flashed a kernel for Cyanogenmod first instead og the ROM first, THEN the CM7. Now it won't go pass the unlocked bootscreen. I have searched for solutions, but can't find any. If only the Nexus S had a SD card, I would know what to do, but how do I get a stock kernel transferred to the phone when I can only get it into Clockwork mod? I tried factiory reset and all, but it is not the problem, it is the kernel. I can get into CWM but nothing happens when I try to mount USB storage to transfer files and/or new kernel. The phone appears for 1/10th of a second in Winodws file explorer and then disappears..... Help, anyone? Please?

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Nexus S does have internal storage. It cannot be removed, but it can be mounted using clockwork recovery. There is an option in the menu somewhere. Once it's mounted you can copy over whatever updates you want and then flash them in recovery.

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