The new Nexus 7 2013 is out in the market since 2 weeks ago and it has been already rooted. This New Nexus 7 is loaded with the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system. This new Nexus 7 has been rooted already by some Android Geeks who like to run all root needed apps on their tablets. In this tutorial we will teach you how to root your new Nexus 7 2013 running on Android 4.3.
This new Nexus 7 ships with an un-lockable bootloader and runs a fully stock version version of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, in other words rooting this new Nexus 7 won’t take too much time and you can easily customize the device for your own liking.
The main thing in rooting the New Nexus 7 is unlocking the bootloader y flashing it or booting it into custom recovery. The most used processes are the ClockworkMod and the TWRP mod. later you can flash the latest version of the SuperSU package which is compatible with the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. The same procedure was adopted when rooting the older Nexus 7 tablet and other Google Nexus devices including Nexus 4 smartphone, Nexus 10 tablet.
Below is the step by step process which will lead you to root your newly purchased New Nexus 7 (2013) tablet, you can follow these steps with one thing must be in your mind that what ever you are dong is at your own risk,. AxeeTech will not be liable if your nexus 7 bricked during the process. While we can sure that if you managed to deal with it properly your device will be rooted successfully.
- The first thing is that you must be sure that you have the New Nexus 7 (2013) in your hands. The battery must be charged to a certain level so that the device doesn’t run out of power during the Rooting process because that can damage your device.
- You must have the Latest TWRP Recovery for the New Nexus 7, as we could’t find out the ClockworkMod yet.
- Download SUperSU 1.50 by Chainfire.
- First of all you must Download the TWRP Recovery Image file by clicking this LINK.
- Now download the SuperSU 1.5o Zip file from the above link and transfer it to your device.
- Reboot your device into recovery mode. Make sure you have the main data backed up.
- The TWRP users may need to tap Install then select the SuperSU zip file to confirm.
- Now Wipe cache and dalvik cache (no need to wipe data or perform factory reset). For ClockworkMod, you see the ‘wipe cache’ option on recovery’s main screen while the dalvik cache can be wiped from the ‘advanced’ section.
- In TWRP, you will be given the option to wipe cache and dalvik cache right after the flashing operation is done; just tap that button and confirm.
- Reboot your device into Android by tapping ‘reboot system now’ from the main screen of ClockworkMod or going to ‘Reboot’ and then tapping ‘System’ in TWRP.
- That’s it – your Nexus device should now be rooted, with the SuperSU app and busybox installed.
This is it your tablet is New Nexus 7 (2013) tablet is now rooted and you can add all customized apps and games on your device by giving the SuperSU user grant.