Here’s a method for manual flashing. Get the images from Google developers website then extract the images and flash via fastboot and adb. There are one click methods which are easier but knowing the manual method eliminates errors when doing flashing. I hope this helps.
A curious little girl reads a book with her mother and then goes on a journey with her imagination and their Nexus 7.
The Nexus 7 has taken the entry-level tablet market by storm, and Google has just released a brand new advertisement for the 7-inch powerhouse. The commercial, titled “Curious” plays off the same emotions as the company’s first commercial, showing how useful the media-centric tablet can be for a younger audience. Additionally, this is the first time Google has shown off its Google Now platform on video, which is something that could potentially spark massive interest with the public. Let us know what you think by commenting.
If you bought Nexus 7 and didn’t get the 25$ credit (and missing Google Books, Google Magazines, Google Movies) this method may work for you.
Apple’s iPad tablet is currently the bestselling tablet in the market and has been around since tablets made their first appearance. The recent launch of Google’s Nexus 7 tablet however seems to upset the market balance as it sports high end features and comes are a very reasonable price, therefore making it a high-end yet cheap device from one of the most popular names in the technology arena.
If you are going to get a tablet, should you go for a Nexus 7 tablet or an iPad 2? Here are 5 reasons why the Nexus 7 tablet is way better than the iPad 2.
The Google Nexus 7 is the newest Nexus Android device in the family, and the first tablet Nexus as well. (The Motorola Xoom was launched with Honeycomb but isn’t a Nexus device.) It is a feature-minimalist, but fast and responsive handheld tablet.
Quad-Core processor (with Quad-Core stronger than Tegra 3 and Dual Core!? Wow… It’s a big wow!), HD screen, and stock Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to name a few. However, the most surprising “feature” is probably the price — $199 for the 8GB version and $249 for the 16GB. If you did the math, that puts it to about PHP 8,500 and PHP 10,500 respectively — a good half of what similar devices are priced right now. It’s just too bad though that it’s not available in our country just yet — with rumors pegging late August if it will ever reach us in any official capacity.