Installing ADB & Fastboot Drivers for Galaxy Nexus using Galaxy Nexus Root Toolkit

26 Responses

  1. Pavan Somu says:

    Thanks a lot for the update Mayur.

  2. Marco says:

    Thanks for the useful tutorial! There is a newer version of the Galaxy Nexus Root Toolkit. The user interface and some other things have changed. Could you please update this tutorial, or release a new one, to match the changes in the newer version?

  3. Premm Raj says:

    Hi Mayur,

    I have a problem.
    I did the steps and the phone is stuck in the boot loader screen.
    Can you please please help me.

  4. Rui says:

    Me too .I did the first step ok, then when configurating the fastboot driver it give me a error and now im stuck at bootloader

  5. Rui says:

    resolved

  6. Erwin says:

    I had exactly that too, but my phone is still stuck at bootloader. How did you fix it!? How can I fix it?!

  7. Ricardo says:

    I couldn’t install Samsung drivers (step 3).
    Windows says the current driver is better, and trying to do use the “Have disk” option and going to C:\Wugs_NexusRootToolkit.v1.5.1\data\drivers I find 4 .inf files, but none of them is compatible with x64-base system.
    I’m running Windows 7 64 bits.
    Any hints on how to install the ADB drivers in my computer?
    Tks!

  8. bharat says:

    mine conputer gets stuck on checking adb screen
    Pleaae help.me in changing to yakju i can pay anything for it

    • howard says:

      i am having the same problem. my computer gets stuck at the adb screen. did you fix it? have you been successful in installing jb?

  9. krishna says:

    guys for version 1.5 ,things are little different for setting up drivers . rest of the steps 2 and 3 are just as described .there is a video on YouTube showing” how to manually set up drivers on nexus 7 using wugfresh” the samething works for galaxy nexus too.very clearly explained ,sure u will find it super easy .

  10. krishna says:

    guys here is the youtube link showing how to set up drivers with wugfresh1.5.2 version,though for win7 wugfresh has automatic config option,people had troubles with it,so iam posting manual method which will surely work.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=Mmw9iaC9hiU#t=0s

  11. suresh says:

    i have problems with adb drivers. i thought this was supposed to be easy. the drivers are extremely flaky. when i run in fastboot mode, sometimes it recognises it when i test it with nexus root toolkit, other times it doesn’t. i keep uninstalling and reinstalling driers but there has to be something wrong every time. i have already unlocked the bootloader of my galaxy nexus but i need to flash stock + unroot, and with these drivers, i am not confident yet
    please send transparent details on how to install the adb drivers

  12. Mohammed Imran says:

    Hi Mayur i have did exactly what you mentioned in “new method installing adb ….” everything perfectly fine but when i check with Android System info > Buildinfo my device product still ‘YAKJUJP”. help me please

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