Nexus 4 Gets All-In-One Toolkit – Features Root, Unlock Bootloader, Recovery and more
Android is most popular mobile operating system for customization, it’s pretty easy to customize Android devices but it’s bit tricky too like if you want to unlock the bootloader or want to install any custom recovery, you’ll different commands and apps to do so and it may also damage your device, but toolkits reduce the chances of lose and make installation and customization easier, they lets you to a lot of stuff with just a click. A recognized XDA developer member mskip has done the same for your newly purchased Google Nexus 4, he has developed a new all-in-one toolkit for the Nexus 4 that lets you to almost everything easily.
Nexus 4 toolkit is packed with impressive features like you can easily unlock and relock the bootloader, root and unroot your phone, install apps, install custom and stock recovery, reboot phone into fastboot mode and more. It lets you to do everything with just a few clicks, take a look at the below list of main Nexus 4 all-in-one toolkit features:
adb/fastboot drivers for windws
Backup/Restore a single package or all apps, from both user data and internal space
Backup virtual SD Card on computer
Unlock and relock bootloader
Root Stock Jelly Bean builds (upto 4.2.0 JOP40C)
Take NANDROID Backups with adb
customize system folders
Dump selected Phone Partitions and make a .zip file with md5
Nexus 4 Tips and Tricks
Do many tasks on your phone itself
Download Google Stock Image directly and install
Flash Custom and Stock Recovery Image
Rename the Recovery Restore File present on some Stock Roms
Boot or Flash .img Files directly from your PC
Install multiple apk’s
Transfer files between PC and phone
Set Files Permissions
and much more.
It’s pretty easy to use the all-one-toolkit for the Nexus 4, simply download and install the toolkit to your Windows PC, then open up the recovery and follow onscreen instructions to use. Head over to the original thread of XDA here to download the latest version of Nexus 4 toolkit and to thanks the developer for this great effort.
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