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Revert Nexus S 4G To Complete Stock State With One Click

Nexus S 4G-StockExperimenting with your Android device can be tempting and rewarding, but it can be frustrating as well when one thing leads to another and you’re left with a crazy acting up phone. So if you own a Nexus S 4G and have tried a mod or anything on it that didn’t pan out too well you, you might have tried restoring it to a previous state through Nandroid. There is also a good chance that it didn’t help at all and you’re stuck trying to find fixes, frustratingly wishing to go back to a stock out of the box condition and start fresh. You wish you could, only it’s not the easiest task either. michaelpeerman from XDA-Developers steps in to save the day with his One Click Return to stock solution for the Nexus S 4G!

How does this work? Run a file and go eat. No seriously. The tool had to be simple to use otherwise you might as well have taken the manual road to flashing the stock Android 2.3 Gingerbread firmware and everything else that cam along with it. For this to work, you need to have the Nexus S 4G drivers installed but considering that you’re here attempting to or contemplating on using this tool, you already have the drivers installed as they were necessary for rooting the device in the first place.

The feedback on the forums has been quite positive so far with people reporting it to work just as it’s meant to. To use this app, connect your phone to the PC via USB (make sure USB debugging is enabled in Settings > Applications > Development.) and run run.bat.

So go ahead, download the tool from the link at the end of this post to revert your Nexus S 4G to the stock 2.3 firmware and rid yourself of all your plaguing issues, all in a single click.

One Click Return to stock

[via xda-developers]

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  • Jim Fritz

    This doesn’t completely work. If you go into recovery, nothing shows up and the droid changes to an error icon.

  • Michaelpeerman

    Its supposed to change to an error icon. Thats the stock recovery. You can flash cwm back