- Download Nexus 7 Root Toolkit For Android 6.1 10.1
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These are the instructions to root Google Nexus 7 2013 on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow with the build number MMB29K. Once you complete the step-by-step guide, you can start installing your favorite rooted apps again like the AirDroid file manager.
Step 1) Download One Click Root and install it on your PC, Mac, or Linux computer Step 2) Move to your Asus Nexus 7 and enable USB debugging from the settings menu Step 3) Connect your Asus Nexus 7 to your computer via USB cable Step 4) Run the One Click Root software and wait for the rooting process to be completed. The Asus Nexus 7 launched.
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With AirDroid, users can access your Nexus device from a computer. It works well for the most popular operating systems, including Windows, Mac and a new AirDroid web browser. Once you have it set up, you can transfer all files between devices and even view your SMS messages from the computer, laptop or notebook running Windows or Mac.
- You must follow this guide using the 2013 variant of the Google Nexus 7 tablet.
- You can only follow this guide on a Windows computer.
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BEFORE WE BEGIN
- Make sure you have the universal ADB Drivers on your computer before starting the guide. They should work well for your Google Nexus 7 tablet.
- You are voiding the warranty by following this guide. You can unroot the nexus device and get the warranty working again.
- Make sure you backup the Google Nexus 7 2013 device before starting the steps. Try to back up your text messages, pictures, call logs, settings, phone contacts and any music files you do not want to risk losing. If you want to factory reset your device at any time, you will lose that data and need to rely on having a backup copy to restore.
HOW TO ROOT GOOGLE NEXUS 7 2013 ON ANDROID 6.0.1 MARSHMALLOW (MMB29K)
- Download the fastboot file you need from this link.
- Download the TWRP recovery for your tablet from this link.
- Download the SuperSU rooting exploit from this link.
- Learn how to set up ADB and Fastboot on your Windows computer if you do not have it done already. You do not need to do it again if you have done it earlier from a different rooting method.
- Connect the Google Nexus 7 tablet to the computer with the USB cable.
- Transfer the SuperSU zip file over to the root of the internal storage SD card.
- Transfer the TWRP recovery over to the same folder as your ADB and Fastboot.
- From within the Fastboot folder, hold the Shift key and right-click to bring up a new menu. Choose to open the command window here from that same menu.
- Put the Nexus device in Bootloader mode by pressing and holding the Volume Down and Power keys until you see the bootloader mode text on the display.
- Type the following command to flash your custom recovery on the Nexus 7:
fastboot flash recovery openrecovery-twrp-18.104.22.168-flo.img
- Check your devices display and select to enter the recovery mode option from the bootloader menu.
- Tap the ‘Install’ option from the custom recovery menu and browse the SD card for the SuperSU — it must be still zipped to work.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to flash that SuperSU on your device.
- Once the SuperSU is flashed, you can go to the main recovery menu and select the ‘reboot system now’ option.
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Now your Google Nexus 7 2013 will reboot in normal mode and you can head to the Google Play Store and start installing your rooted apps like the AirDroid app.
You can also use this program to backup/restore all your important data, flash zips, set file permissions, push and pull files, install apps, generate logcats/bugreports, and much more. With the included file association options, you can perform tasks like flashing zips, installing apps, restoring android backup files, and flashing/booting img files with just a double click! The program includes a full featured interface for automating tasks in TWRP, enhanced restore features, an in-built auto-updater/notification system, ‘any build’ mode, advanced restore features,’NRT- Live Log’ for viewing the adb/fastboot cmds that are run in the background, quick tools utilities, and tools for taking screenshots/screen-recordings.
All the latest Android builds and Nexus devices are officially supported including the new Nexus 5, with full KitKat support. The program intelligently and selectively downloads the files it needs for your device and makes sure you are using the latest files available. The main changes in this release are enhancements to the screen recording feature, some added driver information, and extended support for all the latest KitKat builds
Supported Nexus devices:
- Galaxy Nexus: GSM Models (both yakju and non-yakju builds)
- Galaxy Nexus: CDMA/LTE Verizon Models
- Galaxy Nexus: CDMA/LTE Sprint Models
- Nexus S: Worldwide, i9020t and i9023 Models
- Nexus S: 850MHz, i9020a Models
- Nexus S: Korea, m200 Models
- Nexus S 4G: d720 Models
- Nexus 7: Asus Tablet
- Nexus 7 3G: Asus Tablet
- Nexus 7 v2 (2013): Asus Tablet
- Nexus 7 v2 (2013) LTE: Asus Tablet
- Nexus 10: Samsung Tablet
- Nexus 4: LG Phone
- Nexus 5: LG Phone
- Nexus 5X: LG Phone
- Nexus 9: HTC Wifi Tablet
- Nexus 9: HTC LTE Tablet
- Nexus 6: Motorola Phone
- Nexus 6P: Huawei Phone
- Nexus Player: Google Device
- Extended support to the latest Marshmallow builds.
- Partial support for the latest N preview builds (automated root support still in progress).
- Support for TWRP’s new file naming/versioning convention.
- Support for SuperSU’s new file naming/versioning convention.
- Elimination of the depreciated Koush superuser as an option.
- Extended the default wait time for adb recovery device detection and retry detection.
- General optimizations, code improvements and bugfixes.
- Select the correct device and build (what you are currently running)
- Configure your drivers if you haven’t already using the driver guide (If you aren’t sure use Step 3 of the driver guide to test your drivers).
- If you need to, backup your important data.
- Unlock your device
- Root your device
- Learn more about each option by mousing over the control, dynamic tooltips will provide you more information, also each button displays a message about what it does first.
- So the best way to get familiar with the toolkit is simply to press the buttons and read what it says.
- Please read the FAQ's