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[OTA] Android 4.2 officielle OTA


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Lien XDA + download: http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1989033

Je ne suis en aucun cas responsable si brick ou problème de votre phone.

Je ne fais que passer l'info, pour toutes questions non résolues ici veuillez les adresser sur le topic XDA

So alangrig made zip for takju and yakju update via CWM: preserves CWM and Root permission. Just don't forget in CWM after update before reboot choose fix SU. Works flawlessy

Download link:

TAKJU: http://android.clients.google.com/packages/ota/google_takju/1d62212ba0a9.signed-takju-JOP40D-from-JOP40C.1d62212b.zip

YAKJU: http://android.clients.google.com/packages/data/ota/google_maguro/5f67f5ca4720.signed-yakju-JOP40D-from-JOP40C.5f67f5ca.zip

Make sure to make back up.

I take no responsibilities for any outcome.

This update works flawlessly on my Gnexus takju and version

Make sure you follow the methods below.

Method 1 – CWM 5.5.0.2 or 5.5.0.4 (i.e., NON-touch) recovery installed

EDIT: For those flashing a Jelly Bean update, in order to retain your CWM recovery, use the “revised” Method 1 here (missing link) by Revoked instead of using the Method 1 below. (The method 1 below will work just fine for JB — but you will need to re-flash CWM, and rename /system/etc/install-recovery.sh once you are booted.)

1) Download the correct update for your build on to your computer;

2) Open the archive and delete the recovery folder; EDIT: Do NOT do this step if it you are using any Jelly Bean update, i.e., JRN84D or newer.

3) Copy the file to /sdcard on your device;

4) Reboot into CWM;

5) Select “install zip from sdcard”;

6) Select “choose zip from sdcard”;

7) Select the update the you just copied to your device;

8) Wait until it completes. Reboot. Done.

Method 2 – Stock recovery installed, Unlocked bootloader

1) Download the correct update for your build on to your computer;

2) Copy the file to /sdcard on your device;

3) Download CWM from here and place it on your computer in the same directory as your fastboot binary. For CDMA/LTE devices, use this version;

4) Rename the CWM image to cwm.img

5) Reboot into fastboot mode;

6) Open a command prompt in the same directory;

7) Type fastboot devices to make sure your device is recognized;

8) Type fastboot boot cwm.img

9) Select “install zip from sdcard”;

10) Select “choose zip from sdcard”;

11) Select the update the you just copied to your device;

12) Wait until it completes. Reboot. Done.

Method 3 – Stock recovery locked bl, no root

1) Reboot your device into the stock recovery (i.e., the screen with the Android on its back with the “!”;

2) Access the stock recovery menu by pressing power and volume up;

3) Select “Apply update from ADB”;

4) Download the correct update for your build and place it in the same directory as your ADB binary;

5) Open a command prompt in the same directory as your ADB binary;

6) Type adb devices to make sure that your device is recognized;

7) Type adb sideload name-of-file.zip

8) Reboot. Done.

Please note: your device should also be running build JZO54K before trying to install the update manually.

Haven't tried it yet, this info is based on this source

Edited by bArbAc™
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C'est l'OTA de google mais dispo de suite.

C'est exactement la même chose.

oui tu as raison c'est juste qu'en voyant le titre j'ai cru que la vraie OTA était lancée.

et puis quand j'ai vu la procédure j'ai cru que ça s'adressait qu'aux GN rootés mais en relisant que voit que non :

Method 3 – Stock recovery locked bl, no root

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Il faut espérer attendre combien de temps environ pour que les plus grosse rom (aokp, CM,...) sortent leur version de la 4.2 ?

Compte 2 semaine au minimum, par contre des stock root et deodex devraient sortir demain ou deux jour au plus tard.

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Oui, aussi pour ICS si je ne m'abuse.

Sinon, si vous souhaitez avoir les "options de développement , qui je croyais avaient disparues, je viens de découvrir par hasard qu'ils étaient encore là.

Allez dans paramètres, A propos du phone, cliquez plusieurs fois "Numéro de Build" , et là Google vous dit que vous êtes développeur A ce moment-là, l'onglet "Options de développement" est apparu dans les paramètres.

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Bonjour Barbac!

Merci je vais flasher ça :)

Par contre question bête :$ Pourrais-tu m'expliquer rapidement comment installer une nouvelle radio ?

Merci d'avance ;-)

Edit : les liens ne marchent pas chez moi (dropbox error), suis-je la seule?

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