The days of Nexus are gone as Google has shifted its focus to bring out newer versions of Pixel every year to compete with the established leaders in the smartphone industry – Apple and Samsung. Google is focusing on bringing out Pixel 2 after the good response it received for its inaugural version. It may also bring out Pixel Tablets and Chromebooks for competing with Apple on all devices.
If you own a Nexus device or a Pixel device and want to install Factory images on any of those devices, follow the following procedure to achieve it. The process is same for both the devices. Before you begin, make sure you have unlocked Bootloader on your Nexus or Pixel device and you have taken a full backup of your device as the data will be completely wiped out.Now follow the simple guide to safely Install Firmware Factory Images On Nexus and Pixel Devices
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- This is only for the OnePlus device.
- We recommend to take complete backup and proceed.
- Maintain 50-60% battery to prevent sudden shutdown between the process.
Steps Install Firmware Factory Images On Nexus and Pixel Devices | Install Stock ROM / Firmware
PART 1 Unlock Bootloader On Nexus Or Pixel Device
PART 2 Flash Firmware Factory Images On Nexus and Pixel Devices
1# Download the factory images for your Nexus or Pixel device on your computer and unzip the file.
2# Download and install ADB and Fastboot software on your computer if you have not already.
3# Enable the USB debugging mode under Developer option on your device.
4# Connect your Nexus or Pixel device on your computer via USB cable.
5# Go to the folder where you extracted the files in Step 1 and run the file flash-all.bat. You may receive a prompt message on your device to Allow USB Debugging to which you have to tap on Ok or Allow button.
6# Now, it will take some time to install the factory images on your device. Once it is done, detach your device from your computer and give it a reboot.
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