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Endringer for v2.1.8 - v2.1.9

  • · Support for Googles new ZIP style factory images.
  • · Changes to support Chainfires new SuperSU Service Release (SR) naming convention.
  • · New toggle in flash stock interface to show or hide an extended factory image list.
  • · OEM Lock script now also checks for ‘enable OEM unlocking’ setting (requirement) on select devices.
  • · Update to latest SDK platform tools.
  • · Additional automation updates to backend dev-machine systems to speed extended build support.

Endringer for v2.1.7 - v2.1.8

  • · Major automation updates to backend dev-machine systems to speed support of future android releases.
  • · Extended support to official Nougat for the recently released factory images (As of this post; Pixel C, Nexus Player, Nexus 9 Wifi – the rest will be added as they are released).
  • · Quick fix for XP users to revert to compatible legacy sdk platform tools (live progress percentages on push and pull operations wont show for XP users).

Endringer for v2.1.6 - v2.1.7

  • · New ‘Tweak Build.prop’ utility added which allows managing and merging custom tweaks.
  • · Manual hashcheck interface now supports SHA1 and SHA256 in addition to MD5 sums.
  • · Automatic ‘OEM Unlocking’ Enabled/Disabled detection integrated into unlock script.
  • · New hands-free system for enabling ‘OEM Unlocking’ in developer options (in case users touchscreen is broken).
  • · Live progress percentage in log for adb push/pull operations.
  • · Device specific ‘no-force-encrypt’ requirements for android N rooting.
  • · Dynamic version equivalence understanding for letter versions (L, M, N, etc) via ASCII conversions.
  • · More in-built adb timeout functions to handle unexpected hangs.
  • · More in-built error checking for handling arrays.
  • · Contacts backup script updated with more automation and better instructions.
  • · SMS backups and Call Log backups consolidated to one feature.
  • · Applying custom ROM Vendor.img added to automated ‘Flash Zips’ interface.
  • · Streamlined and decluttered live log output.
  • · Added an ‘Always on top’ toggle to Live Log.
  • · Cleaned up spacing in all information MsgBoxes.
  • · Link launching function revised for improved compatiblity with all Windows versions.
  • · Latest STABLE-BRANCH SDK dev android platform tools utilized.
  • · General optimizations, code improvements and bugfixes

Endringer for v2.1.5 - v2.1.6

  • · Pixel C fully supported.
  • · Android N-Preview fully supported.
  • · Device encryption status detection.
  • · Updated root flow for devices which require decryption before TWRP will boot properly.
  • · Updated flashstock.bat to automatically revert to Fastboot erase cmd if Fastboot format cmd generates the ‘Formatting not supported’ error due to f2fs.
  • · Latest SDK dev android platform tools utilized
  • · Bug fix: cancelling the zip flash confirmation in advanced utilities will now properly halt the operation.
  • · Bug fix: ‘About NRT’ is properly working again.
  • · General optimizations, code improvements and bugfixes.

Endringer for v2.1.4 - v2.1.5

  • · Extended support to the latest Marshmallow builds.
  • · Partial support for the latest N preview builds (automated root support still in progress).
  • · Support for TWRP’s new file naming/versioning convention.
  • · Support for SuperSU’s new file naming/versioning convention.
  • · Elimination of the depreciated Koush superuser as an option.
  • · Extended the default wait time for adb recovery device detection and retry detection.
  • · General optimizations, code improvements and bugfixes.

Endringer for v2.1.3 - v2.1.4

  • Extended the default wait time for adb recovery device detection.

Endringer for v2.1.1 - v2.1.3

  • · Fixed the unlock function – commented out test function.
  • Nexus Root Toolkit 2.1.2: January 13th, 2016
  • · Fastboot getvar unlock detection system tweaked/fixed.
  • · Increased default adb push/pull auto-timeout for smaller files.

Endringer for v2.1.0 - v2.1.1

  • · Full Marshmallow automation for all NRT features!
  • · New system that no longer relies on modified boot.imgs but rather uses TWRP’s adb root shell.
  • · Full adoption of chainfires autopatching systemless root method.
  • · Most fully automated features will now also work in ‘Any Build’ mode due to the new method which doesn’t require modified boot.imgs.
  • · Nexus Player scripts updated.
  • · Bug fixes.

Endringer for v2.0.6 - v2.1.0

  • · Bug fixes.
  • · Latest Masterlists included.
  • · Flashstock revisions.
  • · Revised and improved dynamic adb operation timeout functions.

Endringer for v2.0.5 - v2.0.6

  • · Nexus 5X, 6P and Player support.
  • · Roots Marshmallow builds with Chainfires current root kernel method.
  • · Rebuilt all modified boot.img files with integrated busybox for performing on-device hashchecking.
  • · All adb push and pull operations are now hash verified, and enhanced with time estimates and error checking.
  • · Revised ‘Flashstock.bat’ to always utilize force flash mode, and also fastboot format userdata instead of fastboot flash userdata.img (to avoid incorrect storage display after a flash)
  • · Bootloader unlock status and board type now verified.
  • · Nexus Root Toolkit now appears in add/remove programs, and the installer and updater files are signed with more details.
  • · Added LG drivers for Nexus 5X.
  • · Busybox free and Quick Reboot updated to the latest available versions.
  • · SDK platform-tools (adb/fastboot) updated to the latest available version.
  • · Lots of small fixes and general code optimizations.
  • · More stuff I am forgetting, will add more shortly…

Endringer for v2.0.4 - v2.0.5

  • · Rebuilt entire downloading system to utilize wget instead of AutoIT’s inbuilt InetGet functions.
  • · New download system now supports HTTP/HTTPS proxy configuration. Full frontend for managing user configurations in the toolkits options menu.
  • · Proxy configurations with username/password can be setup, and there is an option to re-prompt for the proxy password credentials each session.
  • · Added better information messages in the flash stock interface to help user chose the best configurations.
  • · Change the ‘Support Threads’ link to point the forums on
  • · Corrected the ‘Flash Stock + Unroot’ ‘no-force encrypt’ option to grab the no-force encrypt boot.img dependency based on the users selection of what they are about to flash rather than what they are currently running.
  • · All backup & restore apps updated to the latest available versions.
  • · Busybox free and Quick Reboot updated to the latest available versions.
  • · SDK platform-tools (adb/fastboot) updated to the latest available version.
  • · To ensure authenticity, all exe’s and installer files are now digital signed with a verified Comodo Code Signing certificate.
  • · Other small fixes and general code optimizations.

Endringer for v2.0.3 - v2.0.4

  • · Updated included masterlists to the latest version available.
  • · Fixed some typos.

Endringer for v2.0.2 - v2.0.3

  • · Fixes to decryption script for N6
  • · Vendor button will now enable for N9 LTE edition
  • · Message box for “Flash Stock” now explains that ‘no-wipe mode’ can be enabled on the the next screen to preserve userdata.
  • · Fixed the splash messages that redundantly used the word “Temporarily” twice.
  • · Updated the included busybox free apk, quickreboot, and all of riteshsahu’s backup and restore apps to the latest available versions.
  • · Other small fixes and optimizations.

Endringer for v2.0.0 - v2.0.2

  • · Small fix for an issue with flashstock.bat when force flash wasn’t disabled.
  • · Screen Recording button no longer gets disabled with ‘Any Build mode’, just a message box that informs user that screen recording doesn’t work on builds lower than 4.4.0.

Endringer for v1.9.9 - v2.0.0

  • · New dual-style intelligent ADB/FASTBOOT connectivity checking system. Now users are able to start any NRT script from either fastboot or adb mode, and the toolkit will automatically detect their device state and continue from there.
  • · New ‘no-force encrypt’ flash stock option for N6/N9 that will allow users to use ‘No-wipe mode’ on their previously decrypted device, and retain their decryption (and data) when upgrading.
  • · New ‘Manual Masterlists’ importing, so users can get the latest masterlists even if the toolkit says ‘can’t access update server’
  • · New feature in advanced utilities for changing/resetting your devices display density.
  • · Live Log now has additional starting information, to make it easier to provide support.
  • · Re-built the Quick Flash (file assocations *.img) interface and included the ‘cache’ and ‘vendor’ buttons.
  • · Extra info when setting SuperSU beta, which informs the user that beta release SuperSU’s may not always be more recent than the latest stable.
  • · All ‘Flash Stock + Unroot’ options moved from the toolkits settings menu to the flash stock interface.
  • · Text revision on main interface to show that “Flash Stock + Unroot” can be used for “Restore/Upgrade/Downgrade”.
  • · Fastboot flash ‘Cache’ button added to advanced utilities and new quick flash (file assocations *.img) interface.
  • · Quick Tools are now fully dynamic with the new intelligent connectivity checking so the user no longer has to specify if they are in adb/fastboot mode.
  • · APK Installation now automatically checks for special characters in the file name that could prevent installation, and if present – removes them on-the-fly, then auto-renames them back to their original name – all without user interaction.
  • · No-Force Encrypt flashing script (Advanced Utilities > Fastboot Flash > Boot > No-Force Encrypt) now performs both fastboot erase and format so that it works properly on n9 (which disallows the fastboot format userdata cmd due to f2fs file system).
  • · Determined that the ‘can’t access update server’ is related to users having download managers installed on their machine, so NRT now recommends uninstalling those (for now).
  • · About NRT script now displays additional text to indicate ‘beta’ SuperSU being used.
  • · Settings.ini is now primed with the blank sections for improved organization and readability.
  • · On first run if SuperSU beta has a greater version number than stable it is set as the default (can be disabled in toolkit options).
  • · Improved ‘Other’ factory pack recognition scripts, to better identify factory packs that are not listed in the kit.

Endringer for v1.9.8 - v1.9.9

  • · New feature for flashing a build specific ‘No-forced Encryption’ boot.img [for Nexus 6 & 9]: Advanced Utilities > Fastboot Flash > Boot > ‘No-Force Encrypt’ button
  • · Root method no longer relies upon root_kernels, but rather utilizes Chainfires latest and greatest SuperSU.
  • · Added a dedicated ‘Vendor’ button in advanced utilities for flashing that image on the Nexus 9.
  • · Added new Fastboot Erase and Fastboot Format features (advanced utilities), which allow users to perform batch wipe operations after selecting the partitions with checkboxes.
  • · Added new ‘OEM Device Info’ button in advanced utilities ‘Quick Tools’
  • · Re-organized advanced utilities into top-level blocks ‘Fastboot Flash’ and ‘Fastboot Boot’ respectively; so previous features like ‘Restore Stock Recovery’ can now be found in a sub-gui after hitting Fastboot Flash ‘Recovery’ Button.
  • · Restore Stock Kernel script no longer performs a temp boot test operation, it just flashes it.
  • · Flash TWRP/CWM/PHILZ/OTHER scripts, now allow you to disable the additional operation of flashing ‘’ which is only needed the first time you flash an alternate recovery (so for example if you are just upgrading to a new version of TWRP, you can forgo flashing that zip and just have NRT flash the new version).
  • · Fastboot device detection now auto-retries to connect once if it doesn’t the first time.
  • · Updated the included adb/fastboot binaries to the latest platform-tools release from the SDK
  • · Added an automatic check to see if ‘Bluestacks’ application is running on start, to ask the user if they want NRT to close it (because this application causes conflicts with NRT)
  • · Bug fixes to multi-updater to deal with scenarios where not all files are available for a device yet (like TWRP currently for Nexus Player)
  • · Minor bug fixes, code optimizations, and feature enhancements.

Endringer for v1.9.7 - v1.9.8

  • · Dynamic web-backed legacy file scrubbing system built. Now in the event of a bad upload, WugFresh can easily upload a new file with the identical file name and upon Masterlist update NRT will automatically handle scrubbing the legacy file.
  • · Copying CWM Nandroid to computer now works properly on Lollipop.
  • · ADB Not Found message for performing ADB Sideload operations now details how to properly configure the driver in that state.
  • · Additional information on hashcheck mismatch msgbox, which now notifies the user updating the Masterlists is the first thing they should try.
  • · New ‘Post-Flash Factory Reset’ option under ‘Flash Stock Options’, which when enabled will automatically boot the user into stock recovery after a flash stock procedure and instruct how to wipe data & cache, or just cache (if no wipe mode is enabled). This option is designed to help mitigate some issues select users have with bootloops/storage-display-issues post-flash. This option is only available when ‘Force Flashing’.
  • · New additions to ‘flashstock.bat’ to accommodate the new vendor.img file present on N9.
  • · QuickBoot app now replaced by QuickReboot (by PhongIT) to accommodate Lollipop support.
  • · Busybox Installer by Stericson updated to the latest version available.
  • · Nexus 9 and Nexus Player added (without root support – still waiting on TWRP). EDIT: Now Root support available for Nexus9 – TWRP is ou

Endringer for v1.9.6 - v1.9.7

  • · Included the latest Masterlists to prevent users who never utilized the “Update” in the kit from getting the AutoIt error (for KTU84P Nexus 7 2013). This error was due to the modified boot.img for that build being accidentally removed from the server. Its was then reuploaded and the masterlists were updated, but those users who never updated would still get the error.
  • · No longer will the “Force Flash” recommendation be made to N4 users, because it seems to cause a bootloop – however factory resting will fix that either way.

Endringer for v1.9.3 - v1.9.6

  • · Fixes to Wug_Updater_Nexus.exe
  • 1.9.5
  • · Bug fixes
  • · Clean-up script for some legacy non-working files.
  • 1.9.4
  • · Lollipop support for all the recently released factory images.
  • · Live log is no longer governed by an on/off toggle, but rather always shows so users can easily check cmd output.
  • · Error checking on 7zip factory package extraction.
  • · Utilizing BETA-SuperSU is the default option on first install (can be changed in the options menu).
  • · New ‘Skip…’ hashcheck button on the manual hashcheck input box for factory pacakages .
  • · Error checking on 7zip factory package extraction.
  • · In preparation for releasing new WugFresh software, the NRT default installation directory has now been moved to a subdir: ‘%PROGAMFILES%/WugFresh Development/NexusRootToolkit’.
  • · Various bug fixes and optimizations.

Endringer for v1.9.2 - v1.9.3

  • · Additional user option for updating to the latest beta versions of SuperSU, and also for installing SuperSU Pro (via playstore).
  • · Clean-up script to remove a legacy philz recovery file (if present) that the developer had updated without incriminating the version number.
  • · Bug fix that was causing a message box to crash.
  • · Additional optimizations in preparation to support N6 and N9 when they become available

Endringer for v1.9.1 - v1.9.2

  • · Minor bug fixes.

Endringer for v1.8.9 - v1.9.1

  • · Additions to the legacy cleanup script.
  • · Bug fixes.
  • · Full root procedure for the new 5.0.0 preview release.
  • · Extended the hybrid downloader to look for ‘root kernel’ dependency in case this becomes the norm for rooting all future 5.0.* releases.
  • · Added a user option for disabling the QuickBoot app installation when rooting (main options menu).
  • · Bug fixes.

Endringer for v1.8.8 - v1.8.9

  • · Redesigned entire dependency downloading system. No longer is the user prompted with numerous “Such and such file is not found in the local directory, press OK to download”, but rather there is a unified and dynamic interface for managing all required files/downloads per toolkit operation.
  • · The two exe’s for managing downloads in the past “nexwug_DL_NRTfiles.exe” and “nexwug_DLnX.exe” are now consolidated to one hybrid downloader “nexwug_downloader.exe” which manages all downloads, hash-checking, and factory pack extraction operations.
  • · Manual input for hash-checking is now only shown for files the toolkit doesn’t already have in the masterlists.
  • · Automatic hash-checking is now also performed in files that are manually imported into the toolkit via the manual download interface (when/if server issues cause the automated downloader to fail)
  • · Multi-device auto-update management has been revamped and redesigned, with new dynamic information displayed in the tray menu item that appears during the process. Fully integrated to work with the new hybrid downloader.
  • · New double-check automatic device detection (can be disabled in the toolkit options) that quickly checks to see if your selected device is correct. If the toolkits auto-device detection determines that you selected the wrong device it automatically notifies the user and asks if you want to correct the selection.
  • · Live-log is now governed by a quick toggle menu item in the main interface and also linked to the hotkey [ctrl+L]
  • · Options menu has a ‘Reset to defaults’ button now
  • · Drag and drop behaviour in the ‘Flash zips’ interface for reorganize zips to flash has been fixed.
  • · Fixes to enhance how NRT handles factory images it doesn’t know about yet.
  • · Major code revisions to the entire codebase in preparation for porting this kit to new devices.
  • · Android 5.0.0 Lollipop Developer Preview added for easy flashing and other operations (Root will not work with the current 2.13 SuperSU)
  • · Some message boxes specific to this last LP preview release and the infobox about root not working with SuperSU 2.13.
  • · Lots of other code changes implemented for general optimizations and improved user experience.

Endringer for v1.8.7 - v1.8.8

  • · Revisions to to ensure it doesn’t interfere with root access if flashed after the
  • · Code fixes to advanced utilities > ‘push files’ script.

Endringer for v1.8.6 - v1.8.7

  • · Added some Android L specific message boxes.
  • · Fixes to multi file push script.
  • · Code additions to the single adb backup script, so that if the list doesn’t properly populate due to conflicting adb software running (like bluestacks), it just returns a blank pull-down rather than an autoit error.
  • · Change the display text for ‘Nexus 7 v2′ to ‘Nexus 7 2013 Edition’ for better readability and to prevent improper selection by end-user.
  • · Other small bug fixes and optimizations.

Endringer for v1.8.5 - v1.8.6

  • · Fixed linking to external websites from NRT’s main menu on Windows 8.1.
  • · Additional file dependency checks for the Lock script, to ensure it runs properly for N4 devices.
  • · Fixes to the custom driver installer to ensure it runs properly on machines that don’t have English set as the default language.
  • · New ‘Busybox’ option in the toolkits main settings menu for selecting whether or not the user wants to skip its installation during the root procedure, flash the free version (default), or install Busybox pro from the Playstore.
  • · Other small bug fixes and optimizations.

Endringer for v1.8.4 - v1.8.5

  • · Removed legacy/redundant driver methods and replaced them with fully automated driver solutions via DpInst.exe. The toolkit no longer uses third-party driver installers and extensive pictorial walk-through’s. Now there are three fully automated driver solutions (Google, PdaNet, & Universal) which only require one click to install. The Raw/manual method and pictorial walk-through is still included.
  • · Enhanced the NRT Uninstaller to provide an option for also uninstalling the drivers.
  • · All auto-downloaders now present a “retry download” option if it fails in addition to the manual download method.
  • · Improvements to the updater, progress bar won’t get stuck on 1% and say mismatch, it will now always go to 100%, and if you get the mismatch you can retry the download.
  • · Just like the root procedure, advanced utilities > flash perm > “flash recovery” button now also renames recovery-from-boot.p to ensure recovery sticks.
  • · Android L-preview added, full support will be included when its officially released.
  • · Full KTU84Q 4.4.4 support.
  • · Updated toolkit to use the latest platform-tools and Google driver files from the SDK.
  • · Bug fixes and optimizations.

Endringer for v1.8.3 - v1.8.4

  • · Full 4.4.4 support for all the Nexus devices that Google just released new factory images for.
  • · Improvements to the updater.
  • · Additional/improved automation scripts on my end for expediting the process of updating the toolkit to support new builds.
  • · Bug fixes and optimizations.

Endringer for v1.8.2 - v1.8.3

  • · Full 4.4.3 support for all the Nexus devices that Google just released new factory images for.
  • · Improved Philz Advanced Touch Recovery integration.
  • · Enhanced the toolkit updater – now all your custom settings will remain after updating.
  • · Added information pop-ups when choosing Cwm/Philz as your recovery option, to notify you that the toolkit may still download and use TWRP temporarily for various operations.
  • · Updated the RAW Google drivers to the latest available from the SDK.
  • · Updated the platform-tool binaries to the latest available from the SDK.
  • · Some other small bug fixes, improvements and general optimizations.

Endringer for v1.8.1 - v1.8.2

  • · Fixed a bug in v1.8.1 that was preventing the app list from auto-populating into the dynamic pull-down menu for single app *.ab backups.
  • · Added Philz Advanced Touch Recovery (CWM based) as a custom recovery option.
  • · Added Philz Advanced Touch Recovery as a quick flash option in the toolkits Advanced Utilities > Flash (permanent) to “recovery” button.
  • · Made the text dynamic in Advanced utilities so that when you switch it to “Boot (Temporary)” it explicitly states that it can be used to boot any .img file.
  • · Updated the RAW Google drivers to the latest available from the SDK.
  • · Some other small bug fixes, improvements and optimizations.

Endringer for v1.8.0 - v1.8.1

  • · Added tamper-flag reset for the N4 when re-locking.
  • · Enhancements to the auto-detect button in the model/build select window: now it uses selective string matching to account for all the yakju* variants.
  • · Added an additional step in the driver guide – explicitly detailing steps for configuring the MTP drivers properly first (before adb/fastboot).
  • · Added specific RAW driver solution instructions for windows 8.1 users; detailing the proper steps (which are slightly different than the steps for windows 8).
  • · Updated all code for compatibility with the latest production release of AutoIt.
  • · Added proper Windows 8.1 detection.
  • · Updated the help menu by removing the legacy help file, and direct linking to the FAQs instead; also renamed ‘wiki’ to ‘video guides’.
  • · Added the ‘WugFresh’ name to all the included NRT executable files.
  • · Updated the included SDK platform-tools to the latest revision available.
  • · Some other small bug fixes, improvements and optimizations.

Endringer for v1.7.9 - v1.8.0

  • Fixes to ‘Flash Stock + Unroot’ with ‘Other/Browse’ when choosing a .tar file instead of .tgz, should now work properly for all users.
  • · New button in the toolkits device-selection window for auto-detecting your particular device and build for ease of use (and to prevent user error).
  • · Added an additional message box after performing nandroid backups to ask the end-user if they would like to remove the backup which still resides on their device.
  • · Added the proper file dependency checks at the beginning of the re-lock script to ensure all required files are present for N5 user (to allow auto-flashing the reset-tamper-flag zip).
  • · Tweaked the rounding function for displaying the file/dir size of backups so that it displays two decimal places by default.
  • · Updated the included Backup/Restore apps by Ritesh Sahu to the latest available versions (more specifically the sms backup-restore app should now work properly on KitKat builds).
  • · Uploaded all NRT files that were previously missing on due to their read-only restrictions during their server relocation period – so now users can fully use either or (choice available in the toolkits options menu).
  • · Some other small bug fixes, improvements and optimizations.

Endringer for v1.7.8 - v1.7.9

  • · Added “No Wipe Mode” to the toolkits flash stock options to allow for flashing the factory packs without wiping userdata and cache.
  • · To make this new ‘No Wipe Mode’ function properly the flashstock.bat was revised.
  • · Code revisions were also made to allow the new ‘No Wipe Mode’ feature to work with ‘Force Flash Mode’.
  • · Revised the toolkits ‘first run’ behavior to autodownload the latest masterlist first – before the user is presented with the device/build selection window.
  • · To accommodate end-users from countries that were blocking Pastebin; the masterlist files are now stored and read in from my Github Gist account instead.
  • · The ‘OEM Lock’ script was modified to perform a different procedure for Nexus5; more specifically – now it temporarily boots TWRP and autoflashes a zip made by XDA contributor osm0sis to relock the bootloader and reset the tamper flag.
  • · Fixed the ‘restore nandroid’ buttons activity which was mistakenly disabled in v1.7.8 from an indirect change.
  • · Updated the code for the Uninstall_NRT.exe to require admin rights to accommodate for Win8′s requirements for modifying/deleting any ‘Program Files’ sub-directories.
  • · Corrected some message/info box typo’s.
  • · Some other small code revisions, fixes and optimizations.

Endringer for v1.7.6 - v1.7.8

  • · Small fix to flashstock.bat.
  • · Revisions to the “Flash Stock + Unroot” script.
  • · Additional helpful information message boxes.
  • · Other small fixes and optimizations

Endringer for v1.7.5 - v1.7.6

  • · Extended full support to all the devices that just recently got upgraded KitKat (N4, N7 WiFi, N7 Mobile, N7 v2 WiFi, N7 v2 Mobile, N10)
  • · Enhanced the Screenrecording feature; more specifically – made it so the end-user can stop a recording early at anytime by pressing the ESC key on their keyboard.
  • · Added some info to the driver guide that may be helpful.
  • · Other small fixes and optimizations.

Endringer for v1.7.3 - v1.7.5

  • · Quick text fix on the ‘Push/Pull Files’ button in advanced utilities.
  • What’s new in Nexus Root Toolkit 1.7.4: November 8th, 2013
  • · Full support for the new Nexus 5 and KitKat (Android 4.4*)
  • · New screenshot and screen recording features.
  • · The new screen recording feature is a KitKat-only feature and will actually work on all KitKat devices (not just the Nexus line) so I may release this script as a separate program soon.
  • · This new screen recording feature involved creating a new interactive interface for setting the parameter’s and settings.
  • · New “Silent/gaming’ mode option in the toolkits main options menu; this feature will allow disabling all pop-up splash screens, and just use the ‘NRT – Live Log’ to track progress instead
  • · All splash screen messages now also get piped into the ‘NRT – Live Log’ so all the commands can be more easily identified by their descriptional message above.
  • · Some text-based corrections, minor bug fixes, and general code optimizations.

Endringer for v1.7.2 - v1.7.3

  • Not yet ..

Endringer for v.1.7.1 - v1.7.2

  • · Code fixes to ensure selecting ‘Custom ROM’ as your build makes the toolkit behave as I originally intended – that being, to assume your device already has a modified boot.img and proceed accordingly.
  • · Some other small fixes, improvements and optimizations.
  • · Latest masterlists included.

Endringer for v1.7.0 - v.1.7.1

  • · Code fixes to my temporary boot function that was causing some issues on certain devices.
  • · Removed modified boot.img’s from the masterlists for JWR66V & JWR66N builds for the new Nexus 7 devices. These modified boot.img’s were not performing properly. Now for full NRT feature support, its recommended to upgrade to the latest build available for your device first. If you are on those builds on that device, the root script is no longer fully automated (as it does not use a modified boot.img) and will instead show you instructions on how to flash the appropriate root files.
  • · Created modified boot.img for the new Nexus 7 (2013) Wifi device using the recently released factory image packages. This adds full automated rooting for this device as well as all the other automated features in the toolkit.

Endringer for v1.6.8 - v1.7.0

  • Code fixes and optimizations.

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