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[PROBLEM] Galaxy Nexus GSM, After Super Wipe no ROM installed

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Well I just did something stupid, use Super Wipe and then I didn't flash any ROM, in fact I didn't copy any zip files of any ROM, so my phone is with no ROM and no zipped ROM anywhere.

I was wondering if there is any way to access to the files and then copy any ROM files to flash or anything you guys can help me with, thanks!.

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flash secany's KL2 in this section then go from there, you'll be fine

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flash secany's KL2 in this section then go from there, you'll be fine

Thanks but how I manage myself to copy any file to the phone since I can't get it to boot normally.

Is there a way that I can use to send files from the CWM recovery?

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KL2 is Odin only, you don't need to send files to phone. You'll get Odin, pit and rom from download. Then flash ur phone. You'll get phone back to work.

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KL2 is Odin only, you don't need to send files to phone. You'll get Odin, pit and rom from download. Then flash ur phone. You'll get phone back to work.

You are right, I should have do a research about ODIN before asking, thanks for the quick response, I'll check it later and will let you know if I manage to get my phone working again.

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May someone mark this as SOLVED? thanks!

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for future reference (if someone ever uses the search...) you could have also used adb. boot to recovery, then:

adb shell mount /data

adb push ROMFILE.zip /sdcard/

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Sorry for Off Topic but I didn't find anything in the forum..

What Super Wipe Script you've used? I search for ext3 super wipe script..

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Nothing to do with EXT3, it's on XDA but you can't get to it as it's 'gone dark' for now in protest of SOPA

EDIT: Found it here...

http://xda3.androidr..._Lite_Nexus.zip

Thank you but I thought this script will format your partitions as ext4?

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It just wipes the phone, the ROM dictates the file system but I assumed the Nexus was EXT4 anyway

Edited by EddyOS
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