RMarkwald

Nexus 6 - boot.img disables forced encryption

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Added latest factory image boot-new.img for MOB31S, which is Android 6.0.1.

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Updated boot-new.img files added for February 2017 builds:  n6f26r, nbd91y, and nbd91z (nbd91z is labeled as an AT&T only build).

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New factory images today, FOUR OF THEM...I only modded 3 of the boot.img files, AT&T can...well...anyways...

 

N6F26U - Android 7.1.1

NDB92E - Android 7.0.0

MOB31T - Android 6.0.1

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Latest April 2017 images for boot-new.img posted in OP for the 3 builds.

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Updated OP link with June's Security Factory boot-new.img, n6f27e.

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OP link updated with Aug 2017 builds, yes builds plural again, n6f27i and n8i11b...not sure the difference other than n6f27i is AOSP r48 and n8i11b r50, so n8i11b is a newer AOSP build.

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21 hours ago, RMarkwald said:

OP link updated with Aug 2017 builds, yes builds plural again, n6f27i and n8i11b...not sure the difference other than n6f27i is AOSP r48 and n8i11b r50, so n8i11b is a newer AOSP build.

 

Sounds like the newer build (N8I11B) is supposed to have some Verizon specific code.  Other than that they are basically the same builds.  On another note, thanks again for making these.

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Thanks for your hard work! ... is it possible to get Nexus 6 - boot.img disables forced encryption for the Sept 2017 7.1.1 NGI55D image?

 

Cheers, Mark

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