2 Simple Ways to Root Nexus 7

Complete steps to Root Nexus 7

Rooting your Nexus 7 will profit you a lot in various ways, can take full control of your own mobile life, can download more apps from Google Play, also can update the latest Android operating system freely, boots battery life, can uninstall pre-installed apps from your device and many more. However there are many people who are afraid of rooting their Nexus 7, as the rooting process may it Nexus 7 into risk. Therefore there is nothing to worry as this is not hard. Mentioned below are 2 simple ways which will help you to get through the entire process. As, this will take only few minute to have your Nexus 7 rooted.

  Option 1: Root Nexus 7 with the One-Click Root in MobileGo (the safest way)   Option 2: Root Nexus 7 with the Nexus Root Toolkit (will void warranty)

Option 1: Root Nexus 7 with the One-Click Root in MobileGo (no risks at all)

One click root is the advanced feature which is embedded in MobileGo. This is especially designed for Android phone along with tablet users who want to root their Android devices without any risk. This is safe and consistent to root Nexus 7 with one-click root. Below are the steps given to use MobileGo to root Nexus 7?

Step 1: Download and install MobileGo on your computer. Now it only supports Windows operating system. After then launch it.

Step 2: After that use the digital cable to your Nexus 7 which comes with to connect Nexus 7 with your computer. Otherwise you can also try to connect your Nexus 7 with MobileGo via Wi-Fi. When it is connected successfully, then your Nexus 7 will be seen in MobileGo main window.

Step 3: Hit on the 'One-Click Root' button which is on the right side of the window, and let the MobileGo do the rooting for you. When the pop-up window appears, press "Ok" to confirm the rooting. While the rooting process, you should never disconnect your Nexus 7 as in a few minutes, you'll find that it is done.

Pros: This would be the safest and fastest way to root your Nexus 7. With the help of this, you'll never worry about the data loss or invalid warranty during the rooting process.

Cons: However to use the advanced feature – just click once on the Root in Wondershare MobileGo, where you need to pay a few bucks.

Option 2: Root Nexus 7 with the Nexus Root Toolkit (will void warranty)

Nexus Root Toolkit is a famous tool which is in Android circle. There are many people who have used the tool to root Nexus 7 successfully. However, before using it, you should notice that it may void warranty of your Nexus 7. So you need to think twice before trying this way.

Step 1: Just download the Nexus Root Toolkit and then install it on your computer. While the installing process, you will be ask to choose your Nexus model and the android build. You have to do just as it tells you do to and after that, you can see the window of Nexus Root Toolkit below.

Step 2: Allow USB debugging on your Nexus 7 by following the mentioned steps: Settings > about tablet > tap Build number 7 times. You will get Developer Options where you have to turn on USB debugging and then hit on OK.

Step 3: You can use the USB cable to connect your Nexus 7 with your computer. After that, on your Nexus 7, confirm the "Allow USB debugging" by checking "Always allow from this computer" and then press "OK".

Step 4: In Nexus Root Toolkit first you have to hit on "Backup" to backup all your Nexus 7 before the rooting. And after that, hit on "Create Nanroid Backup w/Custom Recovery". Or when you unlock the boot-loader, the entire data will be erased. Afterward in Nexus Root Toolkit, hit on "Unlock" button to unlock the boot-loader of your Nexus 7.

Step 5: At last hit on the "Root" button to root your Nexus 7.

Pro: Nexus Root Toolkit is known as a comprehensive and reliable tool to root Nexus 7.

Con: However to use Nexus Root Toolkit, you need to know some basic information about root. And if you don’t know anything about rooting, then it may become very hard for you to understand how to use this tool.

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