I unlock my nexus one, and compile and install the ginger bread build load to the phone. But now, I realize that it does not have all the google software e.g. gmail, map, market, etc.

How can I reset my nexus one back to the original froyo with all the google software?

I have tried 'factory reset' but it does not revert back to android 2.2. Thank you for any idea.

Thank you.


Check out this thread, Original ROM, which is about returning a Nexus One to an unmodded ROM.

| improve this answer | |

Is your phone also rooted? You could install ROM Manager, and then Clockwork Recovery. ROM Manager has an option to flash a stock ROM back onto a phone (with or without root status).

Or you could try out CyanogenMod. CM7 nightlies just started, so we should see a stable version soon. (CM7 has Gingerbread with optional Google Apps. CM6 is Froyo.)

| improve this answer | |

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.