Sprint Galaxy Nexus: Unlock/Relock Bootloader, Root/Unroot, Install Recovery, and More With One-Click
Samsung Galaxy Nexus is most popular Android device, Sprint also has added a new member to Galaxy Nexus family and developers are porting all familiar custom ROMs, tools, mods from older version of Galaxy Nexus to new Sprint Galaxy Nexus. Recognized XDA developer member named mskip has ported all in one tool kit from older Galaxy Nexus to Sprint Galaxy Nexus.
The toolkit is now well-matched with every version of Galaxy Nexus, it’s one of popular one click Galaxy Nexus toolkit that allows you to almost everything with your Galaxy Nexus, as you know well that before you install a custom ROMs, remove bloatware, install root require app, customize the device, first you’ll need to unlock the bootloader of the device and root too, and this toolkit best solution to root and unlock bootloader of device.
Since rooting and unlocking the bootloader of any Android device void the warranty of the device, you can also unroot and relock the bootloader of your Sprint Galaxy Nexus with this toolkit. You can install custom recovery on your device that allows you to flash custom firmware, mods, and hacks on your Android device, you can also wipe the device and make a backup of your existing ROM with a custom recovery.
The toolkit has so many other great features like you can report a bug, and flash mods and drivers of your device on your PC. One of my favorite useful feature is that you can download Google stock images directly via toolkit, and you set Files Permissions on your phone.
It’s much easy to use and fast tool kit, once you’ve downloaded the tool kit run it on your PC, boot your device into fastboot mode, to do it, first turn off the device and then reboot by holding down Volume up, volume down and power button and plug it to your PC, then run the toolkit, you can also plug the device whilst it is in Android as it detects adb mode and you can boot to Fastboot from the Main Menu if you want to.
On the first screen you’ll need to select the model and step the main menu, when open main menu, you’ll see ‘Fastboot Mode’ and ‘Adb Mode’ at the top, and if you’ve installed the drivers of device, you’ll also see the device serial number under the mode you are in at the time. There every option has full information on what it is and how to use it, you just follow the on screen instructions, you can visit the original thread here to download the latest version of toolkit.