New Linux Tool Fixes Your Samsung Nexus S if ICS Bricked it
XDA Recognized Developer AdamOutler has updated the popular Linux Tool, Unbreakable Resurrector. This will take the newest brick woes of Nexus S users and make them a thing of the past. The only catch? You gotta have Linux, and preferably Ubuntu. Thankfully, the ever helpful AdamOutler has provided links to everything you need in the original thread .
The process seems simple enough, so there isn’t a learning curve or a worry about it being noob friendly. That should be a sigh of relief for those who aren’t ROM flashing aficionados or, like myself, are among those who spend way too much time on XDA.
For more info, check out that link to the original thread. If you’ve been a victim of the rare, but dreaded, bricked Nexus S and have used this tool, feel free to chime in and let us know how it worked for you!
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