FUNCTIONS OF GALAXY NEXUS TOOLKIT V11.1.0 [GSM + LTE][7TH MAY 2013]
- Install correct adb/fastboot drivers automatically on Windows xp/vista/7/8 32bit+64bit
- Backup/Restore a single package or all apps, user data and Internal Storage
- Backup your /data/media (virtual SD Card) to your PC for a Full Safe backup of data
- Perform a FULL NANDROID Backup of your system (Boot, Cache, Data, Recovery and System) via adb and save in Custom Recovery format on your PC which can be Restored via CWM Recovery
- Pull /data and /system folders, compress to a .tar file and save to your PC
- Backup/Restore your /efs partition to your PC
- Dump selected Phone Partitions, compress to a .zip file with md5 and save to your PC
- Install BusyBox on your phone
- Extras, Tips and Tricks section available to all ToolKit Donators
- Auto Update ToolKit at startup (professional feature)
- Create a tar with 1-Click for flashing via Odin
- Mods section to automatically perform certain tasks on your phone
- 1-Click For All to Unlock, Root, Rename the Restore File and CWM
- Unlock/Re-Lock your Bootloader
- Download Google Stock Image directly to correct ToolKit folder for extracting and flashing (no need to move it manually anymore)
- Check md5 of stock image to make sure downloaded file isn’t corrupted before flashing
- Flash Google Stock Image to phone
- Root any public build (ANY Stock build for yakju/takju/toro/toroplus)
- Rename the Recovery Restore File present on some Stock Roms
- Flash Stock Recovery, CWM Touch Recovery or TWRP Touch Recovery
- Boot into CWM Touch Recovery, TWRP Touch Recovery or Stock Recovery without Flashing it
- Boot or Flash .img Files directly from your PC
- Install a single apk or multiple apk’s to your phone
- Push Files from your PC to your phone
- Pull Files from your phone to your PC
- Dump selected LogCat buffers to your PC
- Dump BugReport to your PC
- Set Files Permissions on your phone
- Pull and Trim your Radio Image from your phone and save to your PC (thanks to josteink for Radio Trimmer)
- Rip cache.img to zip file in CWM format (by Adam Lange)
- Open new Command Prompt for manual input
- Reboot Phone to Fastboot Mode or Android in fastboot mode
- Reboot Phone to Fastboot Mode, Recovery, Android or Download Mode in adb mode
- Turn Initial Start Screen On/Off for next use
- Sideload root/unroot zip files straight to the phone via custom recovery
- Sideload any zip files straight to the phone via custom recovery
- Get device information including model, build and insecure kernel
Support Thread Link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1400871
NOTE2: As the ToolKit.exe and ModsSection.exe files are not Digitally Signed with a Microsoft Certificate they ‘may’ get picked up as potentially harmful by Antivirus Programs and deleted on first run. If this happens restore the file and exclude it from future scans to use it. This seems to happen mostly on AVG Free and Norton which is why I switched to BitDefender which is much better.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PUBLIC (FREE) AND PROFESSIONAL (DONATE) VERSIONS?
THE PUBLIC VERSION OF THE TOOLKIT INCLUDES EVERYTHING YOU COULD NEED TO MANIPULATE YOUR DEVICE. NOTHING IS RESTRICTED.
ACTIVATING THE PROFESSIONAL VERSION ADDS THE MOST USEFUL FUNCTION IN THE TOOLKIT, THE ABILITY TO CHECK FOR ‘AUTO UPDATES’ DIRECTLY VIA THE TOOLKIT AND HAVE THEM PUSHED TO YOUR PC RIGHT AWAY AS SOON AS THEY ARE UPLOADED WITHOUT NEEDING TO DOWNLOAD THE WHOLE TOOLKIT EVERY TIME. YOU WILL ALWAYS HAVE THE LATEST VERSION AS SOON AS IT IS MADE AVAILABLE. THIS MEANS SMALLER UPDATES CAN BE SENT OUT MORE FREQUENTLY, SUCH AS ADDING A SINGLE FUNCTION, FIXING A BUG OR ADDING COMPATIBILITY FOR A SINGLE CARRIER. THE SMALLER UPDATES WILL BE COMPILED AND RELEASED TO THE XDA COMMUNITY AS A FULL (PUBLIC) DOWNLOAD VERSION SO PROFESSIONAL VERSIONS ARE ALWAYS UPDATED SOONER.
THE ‘EXTRAS’ SECTION WILL CONTAIN BROWSER TIPS, GENERAL TIPS, KEYBOARD TIPS, MARKET TIPS, SCREEN TIPS, SECURITY TIPS AND SETTINGS TIPS AS WELL AS A FEW TRICKS YOU CAN DO WITH YOUR DEVICE.
THE ‘QUICK PICKS’ SECTION ALLOWS YOU TO PROGRAM UPTO 10 SLOTS WITH TASKS THAT YOU MAY PERFORM ON A REGULAR BASIS OR JUST WANT TO KEEP A SET OF TASKS IN 1 PLACE. THEN JUST SELECT THE SLOT AND IT WILL REMEMBER ALL YOUR SETTINGS FOR THAT TASK AND RUN IT.
AUTO REPLY LINKS FOR PAYPAL AND GOOGLE CHECKOUT TO GET A CODE INSTANTLY CAN BE FOUND AT http://goo.gl/nyGqv
AUTO UPDATES ARE BY FAR THE EASIEST WAY TO KEEP THE TOOLKITS UP TO DATE AS I HAVE LOTS OF OTHER TOOLKITS TO LOOK AFTER. IF ANYONE HAS ANY VIEWS ON THIS PLEASE PM ME OR CONTACT ME AT TOOLKIT.SUPPORT@SKIPSOFT.NET. PLEASE DO NOT POST YOUR VIEWS IN THIS THREAD AS I WANT TO KEEP IT CLEAN FOR USER SUPPORT.
Credits: ChainsDD for Superuser, Chainfire for SuperSU, koush and the clockworkmod team for cwm, 1wayjonny for the adb/fastboot driver pack
(Changelog at the Bottom of Post#1)
PLEASE READ THE *FAQ* IN POST#2 BEFORE ASKING QUESTIONS
1. INSTALLING ADB/FASTBOOT DRIVERS
The first thing you need to do is to install the adb/fastboot drivers. These are needed so that you can unlock your bootloader, root your phone and flash CWM (ClockworkMod) Recovery.
THE DRIVERS CAN NOW BE INSTALLED DIRECTLY VIA THE TOOLKIT. OPTION 1 IN THE MAIN MENU.
IF YOU HAVE ANY TROUBLE WITH THE TOOLKIT INSTALLING THE DRIVERS PLEASE POST IN THIS THREAD WITH YOUR OPERATING SYSTEM VERSION AND ERROR MESSAGE.
a. If you dont want to use the ToolKit to install the drivers then the best best drivers to try are PdaNet for Android, download and run the 32-bit Windows 7/Vista/XP or 64-bit Windows 7/Vista and follow the instructions to install (selecting Samsung as your device manufacturer if asked).
You can remove pdanet for Android from your phone and pc at a later time without removing the drivers.
b. After the drivers have been installed disconnect the usb cable and shut down your phone. Keep holding the ‘Volume Up’ and ‘Volume Down’ buttons and press the ‘Power’ button to boot the phone into FastBoot Mode.
c. Goto your Control Panel on your PC and open the Device Manager. You want this open so you can see the FastBoot driver is installed or so you can install it manually.
d. Connect the usb cable. In the Device Manager a new item called ‘Android 1.0’ should pop up and then the driver should install automatically. Once it is installed you will have a new section in the Device Manager called Android Phone without an “!” meaning its installed correctly.
MAKE SURE YOU ENABLE USB DEBUGGING IN SETTINGS, DEVELOPER OPTIONS BEFORE CONNECTING THE USB CABLE IN ADB MODE SO THAT THE PC CAN DETECT THE PHONE PROPERLY.
Note 1: If the driver doesnt install automatically then double click on the Android 1.0 item, then click on the driver tab and select ‘update driver’. Select ‘browse my computer’ and then ‘Let me pick from a list’. If no items appear in the list then untick ‘Show compatible hardware’ and find the Android adb driver or Samsung adb driver.
Note 2: If you are still having problems setting up the fastboot drivers then have a read of *THIS* guide which may help you.
Note 3: Samsung Verizon Drivers can be downloaded *HERE*. These drivers will most probably only work on LTE devices.
Note 4: Sprint users may have better luck downloading drivers from *HERE* (click on ‘See All Downloads’ then select ‘Software’ at the bottom) if you cant get the automatic drivers to work from the ToolKit.
2. USING MSKIPS’ GALAXY NEXUS TOOLKIT
a. Download the Galaxy Nexus ToolKit package and install the ToolKit to your PC. The installation will create a Shortcut on your desktop called ‘Galaxy Nexus ToolKit’ for easy access. You have the option to include or exclude the drivers files at installation so if you already have your drivers set up and are just updating the ToolKit then you can untick the drivers if you wish.
b. Once the ToolKit is installed make sure your phone is booted and plugged in via USB cable and double click on the shortcut on your desktop to run it.
c. You will be asked if you want to check for an Update. If you type ‘yes’ this will download and check the latest version numbers against the versions in the ToolKit. If there is an update available then you will have the option to download and install it (professional feature).
d. You will now be presented with a Model Selection Screen to choose the Model/Build that you are currently on. Type the number that corresponds to your desired selection. For example type ’17’ for GSM MODEL [YAKJU] 4.2.2 [Build JDQ39]. If you cannot find the build your device is using then type ‘h’ to select the HELP option to get more info.
NOTE: If you have a new build that isnt covered by the Toolkit you can also type ‘a’ in the Model Selection screen to see instructions on how to pull your stock image and send it to email@example.com so support can be added.
e. The Toolkit will now locate and download the image pack for your chosen Model. This is a new feature so the Toolkit is not limited to how many Models can be added and it cuts down ALOT on the download size. After the zip file has finished downloading it will be extracted to the correct folders and the files checked to make sure everything is ok. If you cannot download the pack via the Toolkit then you can download it manually from http://goo.im/devs/mskip/toolkit/gal…us/model_files and extract the files to your installation folder.
f. When you enter the Main Menu you will see ‘Adb Mode’ and ‘Fastboot Mode’ at the top. If you have installed your drivers correctly then you will see your devices serial number under the text with ‘device’ next to it for the mode you are in. If you see this then your device is connected and you can carry on.
NOTE: If you haven’t installed the drivers and don’t see a serial number at the top then this is the FIRST thing you want to do so the Toolkit can operate properly. You may need to do this in adb and fastboot mode.
g. Each option in the ToolKit has full information on what it is and how to use it.
3. FLASHING A ROM, RADIO OR KERNEL VIA CWM RECOVERY
a. Download your chosen Rom, Radio or Kernel from the Development Forum, then make sure your phone is booted up as normal and connect your usb cable so it goes into MTP Mode. Copy the .zip file (DO NOT UNZIP IT FIRST) to the ‘Internal Storage’ part on your phone. Do not copy it to a Sub Directory as it will be harder to find when flashing it.
b. Enter CWM Recovery by first entering the Fastboot mode Screen (Disconnect the usb cable (if you have one plugged in), then shut down your phone. Keep holding the ‘Volume Up’ and ‘Volume Down’ buttons and press the ‘Power’ button to boot the phone into FastBoot Mode), then select ‘Recovery mode’ by pressing the ‘Volume Down’ button and then press the ‘Power’ button to enter CMW Recovery.
You can also enter Recovery by downloading Rom Manager (free from the Market) which gives you the option to reboot to Recovery.
c. Scroll down to ‘Install zip from sdcard’ and select. Then select ‘choose zip from sdcard’.
d. Scroll to your Roms’ zip file and select. Then scroll down to ‘Yes’ in the list and select to start flashing the Rom.
e. When flashing is finished select ‘Go Back’ until you get to the Main Menu and then select ‘reboot system now’ to reboot your phone into Android.
How to get into your FastBoot Mode
1. Turn your phone off
2. Unplug your usb cable if you have one plugged in
3. Keep holding the ‘Volume Up’ and ‘Volume Down’ buttons and press the ‘Power’ button to boot the phone into FastBoot Mode
How to get into ClockworkMod Recovery
1. First boot into FastBoot Mode as described above
2. Scroll down with the ‘Volume Down’ button until it says ‘Recovery mode’ at the top and press the ‘Power’ button to enter Recovery
Show the Menu in the Stock Recovery Screen
1. Hold the Power button and keep holding as you press the Volume Up button. The blue recovery menu screen should pop up.
ToolKit v11.1.0 (7th May 2013)
+Added missing superuser apk (chainfires root)
+Few minor bug fixes
ToolKit v11.0.0 (19th April 2013)
+Completely restructured Toolkit code
+FULL Support upto JellyBean 4.2.2 (all models)
+Added model zip file download after model selection to reduce download size
+Check md5 of stock image to make sure downloaded file isn’t corrupted before flashing
+Downloaded stock image file is copied to the ‘backups’ folder before flashing for future use
+Added adb sideload for auto flashing zip files
+All stock images now downloaded from goo.im so the link won’t be broken if google delete the file
+Latest CWM and TWRP Recovery images included
+Lots more minor improvements and changes
ToolKit v10.1.0 (29th Nov 2012)
+Added support for JellyBean 4.2.1 (yakju/takju)
+Edited some code for stability with different builds
+Checked and verified root functions with new builds
+Changed version checker method to work with V10+
+Added new donation link to get an immediate code
ToolKit v10.0.0 (27th Nov 2012)
+Added full support for yakju/takju Jelly Bean 4.2
+Blocked rooting 4.2 with Superuser until it’s working
+Added Insecure boot image for 4.2 (build JOP40C)
+Added full support for Sprint 4.1.1 FH05 Stock Build
+Added takju 4.2 JOP40C to download section
+Added yakju 4.2 JOP40C to download section
+Added Sprint 4.1.1 FH05 to download section
+Added SuperSU 0.98 by Chainfire for Rooting 4.2
+Added Custom Recovery choice in 1-CLICK option
+Added option on all Root procedures to root with Superuser (ChainsDD) or SuperSU (Chainfire)
+Added Device Information Screen to Main Menu
+Added Boot Insecure Boot Image to root section
+Updated cwm recovery (gsm) to v220.127.116.11 (includes new ‘install zip via sideload’ feature
+Updated TWRP for all models to 18.104.22.168
+Added choice to format/leave userdata partition when flashing google stock image
+Added boot/flash stock recovery image
+Added sideload root/unroot zip files via cwm
+Various bug fixes and textual additions
ToolKit v9.1.0 (21st Oct 2012)
+Fixed CWM and TWRP Recovery flashing error on certain builds.
ToolKit v9.0.0 (20th Oct 2012) [HUGE UPDATE]
+Added FULL Root and Toolkit support for Verizon upto 4.1.1 JRO03O
+Added FULL Root and Toolkit support for GSM upto 4.1.2 JZO54K
+Added Stock Recovery Images for GSM and LTE
+Added 4.1.1 and 4.1.2 Google Stock Images to Downloads Section
+Fixed Google Stock Image links in Downloads Section
+Added option to enable/ask/disable Update Check at Toolkit Startup
+Added NEW ‘Quick Picks’ Donators Feature (10 programmable slots, 6 Tasks to choose from)
+Added CWM Recovery 22.214.171.124 [all versions]
+Added TRWP Recovery 126.96.36.199 [yes I know 188.8.131.52 is available but that has bugs and is not stable]
+Added Unroot, Uninstall Busybox, Uninstall CWM Manager Zip file for quick unroot via Custom Recovery without flashing Stock Rom
+Improved Flash/Boot .img stability
+Re-wrote lots of procedures to incorporate the Quick Picks Feature
+Added NEW Root/UnRoot Section in Main Menu
+Added Custom Recovery root option for Superuser or SuperSU
+Added ‘Help Me’ option on Model Selection Screen
+Added ‘Auto Update’ check option in Toolkit Settings Section
+Added uninstall.bat batch file for Clean removal of Toolkit files
+Updated NAND Backup script in ModsSection
ToolKit v7.8 (6th Aug 2012)
+Fixed Radio Dump not running the radio trimmer
+Added pause after all ‘adb root’ commands to fix some users adb restarting and missing commands
+Added option to reboot into Fastboot Mode from adb in all fastboot tasks. No more having to reboot to fastboot manually before performing a task
+Added ‘WHAT’S NEW’ viewer to see what’s in the Auto Update when an update is available
+Fixed several scripts which crashed on non UK languages
+Fixed efs backup (folder backup) routine
+Checked entire program and added minor tweaks
+Wrote New Date/Time Stamp script to work across all Regions (different formats)
+Integrated script into all required features in ToolKit
Note: This should fix all errors caused by incorrect stamp in ALL Backup Tasks, Odin tar Creator and several other tasks
ToolKit v7.7 (31st July 2012)
+Fixed Auto Updates not installing from V7.6
+Enabled ‘Quick Pick’ option in Main Menu and added some info
+Enabled non English OS support to open Internet Explorer for people who want to donate
+Updater will now only update from the last released version to cut download size (this may mean you get a few incremental updates if you have a very old version
+Installer will automatically clean folders before installing (will not delete folders that may contain user data) so no need to uninstall between builds
ToolKit v7.6 (29th July 2012)
+Added Stock Recovery image for Jelly Bean builds
+Added option to check for Updates at startup
+Updated uninversal drivers to 0.7
+Updated driver commands for Windows XP 32bit
+Added google stock image links to 4.1.1 for yakju and takju models in the Downloads Screen
+Added option to flash google image after it has been downloaded via the ToolKit
+Minor edits and fixes
ToolKit v7.5 (20th July 2012)
+Added Auto ToolKit Update feature on startup
+Updated CWM Touch to 184.108.40.206 on all models
+Updated TWRP Recovery to 2.2.0 on all models
+Added Create tar with 1-Click for flashing via Odin
+Added Activation of Donator features via ToolKit
+Rewrote push routine to find filename from wildcard
+Removed a date setting from backup routines
+Rewrote extras file to work with new activation
ModsSection v3.0 (20th July 2012)
+Minor rewrites and ammendments
ToolKit v7.4 (11th July 2012)
+Added ToolKit support for JellyBean 4.1.1 (yakju and takju but other models can use either of these to root)
+Added option to boot from insecure kernel for Internal Storage backup to fix problems on JellyBean builds
+Reorganised folders in ToolKit
+Made some changes to scripts suggested by users
+Clarified some points in the Model Selection Screen
ModsSection v2.1 (10th July 2012)
+Added JellyBean check for certain mods that do not work on 4.1+ (disables those mods if on JellyBean)
ToolKit v7.3 (10th July 2012)
+Added full auto download Google Stock Image to
ToolKit folder ready for extracting/flashing (no need
to move the file manually anymore)
+Fixed Stock Recovery flash flashing TWRP Recovery
+Removed ‘Restore NAND files to extSDCard’ since
there is no external SD Card (oops)
+Adb server is restarted before the Main Menu to
+Minor re-writes to improve some scripts
ToolKit v7.2 (9th July 2012) ANOTHER BIG UPDATE!
+Added Root support for Jelly Bean (4.1) on all models (maguro, toro, toroplus)
+Added Busybox install into 1-CLICK process
+Added download link for Stock Toro IMM76K image
+Added option to keep/delete NAND backup files after NAND backup completes
+Added option to push NAND backup folder to Internal or External Storage for CWM restore
+Added Superuser 3.1.3 zip file to root folder for flashing via Custom Recovery if required
+Added insecure boot image for LTE IMM76K builds
+Added Cache Ripper by Adam Lange in Dev Tools
+Grouped Recovery flash options
+Grouped Bootloader Unlock/ReLock options
+Added Colour Settings (background and text)
+Added Reboot to Download Mode in Reboot Options
+Reorganised alot of the Menu Screens
+ToolKit kills adb server when exiting via ‘x’ in the Main Menu
ModsSection v2.0 (9th July 2012)
+Added check step for Jelly Bean compatability
+Added step to ask if a NAND backup wants to be made before attempting any mods
+Ammended text on Menu Screens
ToolKit v7.0 (31st May 2012) BIG UPDATE!
+Added ability to perform a FULL NANDROID Backup of your system (Boot img, Cache tar, Data tar, Recovery img and System tar) via adb and save in Custom Recovery format on your PC which can be Restored via CWM Recovery
* Added /data and /system folders backup, compress to a .tar file and save to your PC
* Added Backup/Restore of your /efs partition
* Added Dump of selected Phone Partitions, compress to a .zip file with md5 and save to your PC
* Added Install BusyBox binary on your phone
* Moved backup/restore options to a single screen
* Tidied up alot of text on screens
ToolKit v6.2 (16th May 2012)
+Added Verizon IMM76K to Model Selection Screen
+Added Verizon IMM76K root support
+Added info about Google Play devices not wiping after Bootloader Unlock
+Added useful info on Model Selection Screen
+Added extra info on several options to help users
+Various minor bug fixes and optimised code more
ToolKit v6.1 (2nd May 2012)
+Added Takju to Model Selection Screen
+Added rooting support for takju Stock Roms
+Added option to download Google Stock Image files directly via the ToolKit
+Added extra option to date format and added text for less errors backing up
+Added TWRP Touch Recovery to boot/flash options
+Added Sprint Stock Recovery image to the ToolKit
+Added Help info for App Backup option
+Added extraction check and auto rename of Google Image for incorrectly named files when flashing
+Added support for flashing Radio-cdma image files to correct partition on lte devices
+Added Sprint driver info to Manual Information
+Added proper insecure boot image from toroplus model IMM76D
+Changed CWM in 1-Click method to Touch version
I take no responsibility for any fault or damage caused by any procedures within this guide. No warranties of any kind are given.