Ok, so I must be the only person in the world who could screw up rooting a GNEX. Yet somehow, I have.
Phone specs: Verizon Galaxy Nexus on Android 4.0.4 IMM76K
I have tried rooting using "Nexus Root Toolkit v1.5.2" straight from wugfresh.com...and unlocked without an issue. After what Toolkit said had been a successful root, Superuser was nowhere to be found on my device and no rooted apps were working. Thinking there might have been a problem with the Verizon portion of the process within Toolkit, I re-locked the phone and factory reset it (tryingt to start totally fresh).
I then went to How to Root Galaxy Nexus! [Universal Guide][GSM/Verizon/Sprint][Windows/Linux/Mac] | GalaxyNexusRoot.com and started following the instructions it gives. I got to step 8 without trouble, but when I typed in the command "fastboot flash recovery optimus_prime-touch-v18.104.22.168-6-toro-VERIZON.im" Command Processor said it failed. I'm attaching a picture of how it went down. When I tried re-entering the same command (maybe not a good idea..?) I think I did something to freeze it because Command won't respond.
Hope I've given all the relevant information without being too confusing...hopefully somebody with more experience can help.
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