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How To Root Nexus 5 On Android 4.4 KitKat With CF-Auto-Root

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Requirements

  • Google Nexus 5 running stock Android 4.4 KitKat
  • Fastboot drivers (can be installed as a part of the Android SDK)
  • CF-Auto-Root for Nexus 5

Procedure

  1. Download the CF-Auto-Root package and extract its contents to your computer.
  2. Boot your Nexus 5 into fastboot mode by powering it off, and then pressing and holding Volume Up, Volume Down and Power buttons together.
  3. Connect your Nexus 5 to your computer via USB and install any drivers if required, as instructed in our Android SDK post linked above.
  4. Run the CF-Auto-Root script as follows, based on your operating system:
    • Windows: Simply double-click the root-windows.bat file from the extracted CF-Auto-Root files.
    • Linux: Open Terminal, navigate to the directory where you extracted the CF-Auto-Root package, and enter the following commands one by one:
      chmod +x root-linux.sh
      ./root-linux.sh
    • Mac: Open Terminal, navigate to the directory where you extracted the CF-Auto-Root package, and enter the following commands one by one:
      chmod +x root-mac.sh
      ./root-mac.sh
  5. Follow any on-device instructions for unlocking the bootloader if prompted, and then let the script do its magic.

That’s all – enjoy root access on your brand new Nexus 5!

[via XDA-Developers]