Root Your Nexus 7 Tablet (2013) Running Android 4.4 KitKat – Mac Guide [How-To]



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  1. what if your running Lollipop on a 2013 Nexus 7 ? ? ? and you want to use your mac to root your device

  2. i did all the steps and it didn;t work for me. I'm using android L. and nothing even was cleaned. all my apps were there

  3. i started to do this on a nexus 7 – 2013 wifi 4g 32go and i could not see the UPDATE SUPER U etc at all

  4. when  I go into Recovery mode, I get an error saying "E : Can't mount  /cache/recovery/command" "can't mount  cache/recovery/log" "can't mount  /sdcard"  what did I do wrong?

  5. Everything is going well so far, but after I did the "Install CWM" step and tried to go to recovery mode, it's stuck on the "Google" screen with the unlocked padlock at the bottom.

  6. Thank you for this!

    Just one note, when I did Step 9: Flash SuperSU in Recovery Mode
    Use I could not see the file and I followed the following steps in order to  add the file on the Nexus using the Android File Transfer program.
    When I tried to redo Step 9 again the recovery mode was failing.
    I then tried to run again Step 8 and 9 it worked!

  7. When trying to unlock the bootloader, i don't see the little android guy and when i double click the .tool file, it doesn't open up in terminal command. Terminal command opens but the file you have doesn't open.

  8. I dont have access to recheck the usb debugging on my nexus 7. I accidently erased my os and dont have access to a windows computer currently. Can you help? thanks

  9. HELP! It says it can't mount sd card trying to install the .zip file. Now when i reboot the device im stuck on the bootloop. Please help me. I've tried fixing this for several hours with no results. 🙁

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