12
Dec

nexus4
As you may have heard, Google pulled the LG Nexus 4 images from devolopers.google.com. Luckily for us jcase had them readily available, the download links are below!

MD5: 9f39365c4eb0aba843fefabd5423802d

Link 1

Link 2

Link 3

[Update]
As requested here are the proprietary binaries for the LG Nexus 4

Link

Happy downloading, and be sure to follow @jcase on twitter!

  • Mark B.

    Any chance you can mirror the proprietary binary drivers?

    • http://bliynd.com/ Mike

      I’ll see what I can do

      • Mark B.

        Thank you! I’ve had no luck finding them any where.

        • http://bliynd.com/ Mike

          I’ll try to have them up this evening I’m going to pull them from the stock image

          • Mark B.

            :/

          • Mark B.

            Is there any chance you could point in me in the right direction as to how to extract the drivers from these blobs/images? Thanks.

          • http://bliynd.com/ Mike

            I’ve already got the image extracted I just need to identify the drivers sorry I’ve been really busy

          • Mark B.

            No worries, I know busy…I have 5 kids :P
            Thanks.

          • http://bliynd.com/ Mike

            Sorry it took me so long but I found them, link is posted above!

  • Untouchab1e

    Thanks for the link. However, the binary drivers provided doesnt seem to be sufficient.. The display driver doesnt load when I boot AOSP that I just compiled.. I took the files provided from the git repo and put them in /vendor/lge/mako, and built the thing.. but didnt work apparently. Any ideas?

    • http://bliynd.com/ Mike

      Let me see what I can dig up. I don’t have a nexus 4 so I haven’t compiled it…