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|Version||Date Released||Status||Release Notes|
|Nexus Root Toolkit 2.0.5||Mar 29, 2015||New Release||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.
|Nexus Root Toolkit 2.0.4||Feb 9, 2015||New Release||Fixed some typos.|
|Nexus Root Toolkit 2.0.3||Feb 3, 2015||New Release||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.
|Nexus Root Toolkit 2.0.2||Jan 12, 2015||New Release||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.
|Nexus Root Toolkit 2.0.0||Nov 27, 2014||New Release||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.
|Nexus Root Toolkit 1.9.9||Nov 27, 2014||New Release||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.
|Nexus Root Toolkit 1.9.8||Nov 18, 2014||New Release||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.
|Nexus Root Toolkit 1.9.7||Nov 16, 2014||New Release||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
|Nexus Root Toolkit 1.9.6||Nov 16, 2014||New Release||Fixes to Wug_Updater_Nexus.exe|
|Nexus Root Toolkit 1.9.4||Nov 14, 2014||New Release||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).