On Thursday night I stayed up late to update my nexus 4 to 4.3. Figured I'd do it "properly" using adb and the command prompt rather than use a toolkit like I usually would have done.
Followed a really good guide at xda (will dig out the link of anyone's interested).
Was really easy if a bit slow. So all was good, got it rooted & set up as I like it.
Then on Friday I noticed my 16gb n4 suddenly only had 8gb! Apparently this happens sometimes when you flash new recoveries on the device (plainly there must be a more rational explanation but I don't know it - it's never happened to me before though and I'm a bit of a flashaholic) - there are a few threads on xda about this problem. Also there are some fixes, the most straight forward of which I followed: return the phone to stock (rom, bootloader, recovery, everything) and it should see the full 16gb again. If not, factory reset a few times.
So I did that and it worked - bit of a PITA having to flash it all again, but it worked out fine.
To save time I tried to get wug's latest toolkit, but there's been some problem with an update and I wasn't able to download it.
Ended up using a new toolkit - N-Cry. It's really really good! The guy who developed it seems every bit as involved as wug with v frequent updates. It offers a 1-click return to stock (4.2.2 or 4.3).
Really good though!
Will add some links when I get a moment, but Google the above and you'll find it all
EDIT - corrected some autocomplete abominations....
Edited by The Soup Thief, 28 July 2013 - 02:45 PM.