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Google's latest iteration of their Nexus line up, the Nexus 4, is quite the looker. Enclosed in glass, subtle etching to resemble the original Nexus wallpaper, and a slightly raised glass on the front. But besides it's good looks it also has quite a powerful internal spec sheet as well with it's 1.5 Ghz quad-core processor, 2Gbs of RAM, etc. Despite all this, maybe it's still not enough. Maybe you need to overclock it, push it to it's limits, or maybe you just want to change the look and feel of the thing? No problem, just root it. You can root the Nexus 4 using the procedure below then head to the next one to flash a custom recovery image and a custom ROM giving you the ultimate in customization options. Ready to get started?
Thanks to Wugfresh over at XDA, Galaxy Nexus users now have an even easier way to unlock their bootloaders, gain root access, and even flash a custom recovery image all with a neat little program. So, ready to set your Nexus free? Here's how.