Unlock Bootloader And Root Nexus 7 2013 On Android 4.3 [How-To Tutorial]
With any new Android device – smartphones and tablets alike – the first thing that people are on a lookout for is ways to customize it even deeper. Now, in the world of Google’s open source operating system, root access is usually the first base that you have to cover to reach somewhere on that front, and that’s exactly what we’re going to teach you to do in this post for the new Nexus 7, also labeled Nexus 7 2013.
In order to root the new Nexus 7 tablet, the procedure can be divided into three major areas, although with great simplicity attached. For the first step, you have to unlock your device’s bootloader, followed by installing a custom recovery in the second step (TWRP in this case). The final step involves pushing the actual superuser binaries to the system to get rooted.
Before we begin, please note that while this method is safe and tested, you follow these instructions at your own risk. We cannot be held liable for any damage to your device as a result of following these instructions.