The Google nexus 7 has the big 7 inch screen and now running on the latest android 4.3 Jelly Bean version. If you have the Nexus 7 tablet and want to upgrade your tablet with the new Android 4.3 version then check out our guide here. After the upgrade you will lose the root access on your device. In case you lose the root access on your device, don’t worry today we come with the new how to guide which allows you to Root Nexus 7 on Android 4.3 With CF-Auto-Root. The CF-Auto-Root file allowing Nexus 7 users to root their devices easily without depending on the firmware. The best part of this method id that it completely support the Android 4.3 devices. But before following this rooting guide note that rooting voids the warranty of your device. The whole rooting process is simple and takes 15 to 20 minutes to root your new Nexus 7 Tablet.
So if you have the Nexus 7 with android 4.3 OS and want to root your device then follow the below mention guide step by step to root the device. This guide is only for the Nexus 7 user and don’t try this guide on any pf your device. And it will works on both Nexus 7 Wi-Fi/3G devices. So lets take a look how to start the process on your Google nexus 7.
Pre-requisites and Requirements
a) First step is to take the Full Backup of your Android Apps, SMS, Contacts, Call Logs, Bookmarks. So if you lost some of your data in the root process, then you can easily restore them from your backup file.
b) Enable USB debugging mode on your device, read the guide here how to enable USB debugging mode.
c) Download the latest Android SDK and install it on your desktop Without these drivers you can’t root your Google Nexus 7.
d) Make sure that your phone battery is full charge or near about 60-70% battery level.
After following the above mention steps follow the below mention steps one by one very carefully to root your Nexus 7.
How to Root Nexus 7 on Android 4.3
Step 1. Download the Latest CF-Auto-Root files form the below links-
After downloading the files on your desktop, extract the same on your desktop.
Step 2. Now Switch off your Nexus 7 and Boot Nexus tablet into Fastboot Mode by pressing and holding Volume Up, Volume Down and Power buttons.
Step 3. Once your device boots up on Fast mode. Connect the Nexus 7 tablet with your computer via USB cable.
Step 4. Now of the Cf Autop Root folder that you download ed on your desktop from Step 1. then run the following command:
Windows: Run root-windows.bat
Linux: chmod +x root-linux.sh, Run root-linux.sh
Mac OS X: chmod +x root-mac.sh, Run root-mac.sh
Step 5. Now follow the onscreen instruction step by step to root tablet. Once rooting process is completed, tablet will boot into normal mode. At this time you can disconnect your device from your computer.
Now you have the rooted nexus 7 tablet and you can enjoy the root access on your device. To check root method is installed and working properly, install Root Checker app from Google Play Store.