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Have a bootlooping Galaxy Nexus LTE? This seems to be a popular one today after failed root attempts. No worries. I mentioned earlier that Google had released the factory images. I've seen a few people ask "now that I downloaded this 200mb zip file, what now? It's fairly simple.

Unzip the archives.
Reboot into the bootloader: adb reboot bootloader

Execute which will restore the entire phone to factory state.

chmod +x

Or you can flash individual fatory images with the following commands:

fastboot flash bootloader bootloader-toro-primekk15.img
fastboot reboot-bootloader

LTE Radio
fastboot flash radio radio-toro-i515.ek02.img
fastboot reboot-bootloader

CDMA Radio
fastboot flash radio-cdma radio-cdma-toro-i515.ek05.img
fastboot reboot-bootloader

System, Boot, Recovery, User Data
fastboot -w update

You can also extract and flash those images separately.

fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot flash system system.img
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
fastboot flash userdata userdata.img
fastboot erase cache
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I tried entering the command at the android-sdk-windows\platform-tools command prompt to no effect. Am I missing some command?
This worked awesome (running the commands separately) thanks for sharing
Thanks! I ended up just relocking and reunlocking and it started working.
Extremely Noobish "chmod +x ./
how exactly do i do this step?
I recommend opening the text file with a text editor and running each line seperately from the command line (ignore the sleep commands) .. If you are on Windows the chmod stuff is unix system specific so it wont work.
chmod actually works within Android... as it is linux.

The individual steps are listed above as well.
Awesome. Just running 'fastboot flash boot boot.img' restored my kernel so I was able to get the new OTA update! 
Hi, i have some problem my phone reboot after few minutes, if you let it cool stay longer on
If you flashed userdata.img, then no, they are not.
People: chmod, .sh files, and the ./ command are for Linux. If you're using Windows you're going to have to do it the other way...
windows users - just go through manual commands specified above : recovery, radio and then system
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