Why I have Android ADB offline status when connect Android device with USB debugging mode? It can detect my Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean device but have offline status. Fear no more, there is a solution to fix this issue. Just update Android SDK Development Environment (Android SDK Tools and Android SDK Platform-tools) with Android SDK Manager to the latest version. That’s should fix it. And don’t forget to allow USB debugging access from your computer then.
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Why all applications that require root access are not working anymore on my Google Nexus 7? After troubleshooting, seem like Superuser application by ChainsDD does not support Android 4.2 Jelly Bean yet. So I have to re-root Nexus 7 with Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean (Build number JOP40D). How to root Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Nexus 7? The procedure is the same as previous Android version. Just Superuser application was replaced by SuperSU from Chainfire.
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How to install ClockworkMod Touch Recovery (CWM) on Google Nexus 7? The easiest way to install CWM on Nexus 7 ~ use Google Nexus 7 ToolKit using 1 click method. It will help to root Nexus 7, install Superuser & Busybox applications and install ClockworkMod Touch Recovery as well. What is Nexus 7 ClockworkMod Touch Recovery? Please refer to this post – Google Nexus 7 ClockworkMod Touch Recovery.
How to restore stock firmware on Google Nexus 7? That’s the question you will ask when want to return Nexus 7 to Asus for warranty claim. Your Nexus 7 warranty might be voided if you leave Nexus 7 bootloader unlocked or have unofficial stuffs like rooted Nexus 7, custom firmware, ROM and kernel. Therefore, we need to remove all unofficial stuffs and lock Nexus 7 bootloader back. No worry, just follow below step by step video guide to restore stock firmware on Nexus 7. Everything will be back just like the very first time you power on Nexus 7.
How to root Google Nexus 7? As usual, that’s the question I asked when I got my Nexus 7. Nexus 7 is the first Google Nexus device that I own. Rooting Nexus 7 should not be hard since it is a development device from Google. Developers can’t do most of the stuffs without root access. For me, root access is a must have for Android devices. Lot of interesting stuffs like backup applications and data with Titanium Backup, remove advertisements, improves user experience with custom modification can done. Thanks to Google Nexus 7 ToolKit. Root Nexus 7 is fairly simple. Just refer to below step by step video guide to find out…