Now install ClockworkMod Touch Recovery 220.127.116.11 on your Galaxy Nexus, this recovery has lots of features, it’s just for GSM and CDMA variants, but keep in mind that you can install it on just Galaxy Nexus so don’t try it any other device. Before you start please note that your device should be 100% charged, and ADB should be installed on your PC with USB drivers for your phone, and your device should be rooted, you can root your device using SuperBoot here, you can also check a guide to root Galaxy Nexus on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich here.
DISCLAIMER: The below method is bit risky and we will not be held responsible if you lose data or your device gets damaged in the following of this guide so please proceed at your own risk.
Step #2: Now transfer “recovery.img” to the folder where “fastboot.exe” is located, if you’ve installed ADB, it will be located at your Android SDK installation folder, particularly at android-sdk/tools or android-sdk/platform tools.
Step #3: Turn the device off and reboot your device into fastboot mode by simultaneously pressing and holding down the Volume Up and Volume Down keys, then pressing the Power button.
Step #4: Launch command prompt on PC and change the command prompt directory to where fastboot.exe and recovery.img are located. However if you don’t know terminal commands in command prompt you should directly go to where fastboot.exe is located, Shift+Right-Click on an empty space and choose “Open command window here” from the popup menu choices.
Step #5: Type command to install: fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
After installation, reboot the device. That’s it.
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