XDA recognized developer WugFresh has built a very nice toolkit named after himself, Wug’s Nexus Root Toolkit. The Toolkit exactly does what the name suggests, you can perform almost all the basic operations like unlocking and re-locking bootloader of your Nexus device, rooting-unrooting your Nexus device, flashing custom Kernels, system, userdata files through .img files or simply flash .zip files stored on your phone’s SD card or loading a file through your PC. The tool can also install APK files on your Nexus device, along with that, it can also perform ADB sideload operations, it can push files into your device or pull the files from it, it can take screenshots on the connected device and can even record the screen. You can also restore your device to its stock condition just in a few clicks using the options available in this Toolkit. The tool basically performs a number of ADB & Fastboot commands without letting the users open that command interface and typing each and every single command. The program works very intelligently, it detects your device’s model number, the build number of the running firmware and downloads the required files automatically once you’ve selected an operation.
Wug’s Nexus Root Toolkit is quite helpful, specially when you’re stuck with looking for recovery files, root methods and other stuff here and there and it just wastes a lot of time. With this all-in-one toolkit, you can do all of these tasks in one go. The device supports all the Nexus devices so far, the only device missing its compatibility with Wug’s Nexus Root Toolkit was the Google Nexus 6, and that wait too is over today. Nexus 6 is still pretty new and not so many users have it, nor the development has kickstarted yet, so having the Nexus 6 Root Toolkit at this time will be easing the unlocking the device’s bootloader methods, rooting processes, flashing custom recoveries, flashing .imgs, flashing .zips and all other such processes. All you need to do is, you need to go ahead and download Wug’s Nexus Root Toolkit with Nexus 6 compatibility, install it on your PC, connect your phone and follow the on-screen instructions to perform your desired operations.
- Download latest version of Nexus Root Toolkit
- Install the toolkit on your PC.
- Launch the toolkit.
- Connect your device.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to unlock, root or flash custom recovery.
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