Recently my Nexus 7 got silly..it play Videos at all . Tried everything in Vain..any help?
I purchased it recently ( though a second hand )
It works fine..
One suggestion.. if its got Jelly Bean android verson.. try not upgrade to kitkat or lolipop.. it will slow down... Keep it the way its...
I find it cool..
I still have my Grouper.
Combination of "pure Nexus 6.0.1 ROM" + "f2fs file system" + "Greenify app" + "SkyNet mod" and using light apps instead of heavy ones (like facebook mobile site on opera mini instead of that crappy facebook app) makes Grouper usable again.
I bought a nexus 7 about 3 years ago, but last year it seemed to pack up. In the last couple of days my son seemed to get it going, so I thought a good idea would be to revert to factory settings and start anew. Now it is unable to recognise my wifi, so will not do anything.
any ideas out there.
I bought the 2012 Nexus 7 in 2014, so far had zip problems with it. Upgraded to Lollipop 5.1.1 when it came out and it lagged and froze like crazy. Eventually after reading many blogs and days of pondering, i eventually huffed and puffed and did a factory reset.
Works just as good as new.
That said, I am thinking of the 2013 version now, any recommendations?
rimmy, 07 Jul 2016no screen shots facilities in this phone other features and touch greatJust like any android device........if you hold power button and direction down, it will take a screen shot.
Batteries are available. Ease theback off reolace battery, stick it down, close up case.
Anonymous, 20 Jul 2016It is possible to update this tablet to Android 6.0.1 Itz upgradable to android version 6.0.1
The Micro-USB port is flimsy. The port on my Nexus 7 broke after the metal got bent over time (2 years). Software-wise, while it can install newer versions of Android, I wouldn't really recommend it. It runs faster with Jellybean than with newer versions.
Raju, 13 Jun 2016wonderful device.I bought in 2012 December and is running even now. I use it for four hours a ... moreI appreciate your "enthusiasm", Raju......but, since there were about 700,000 Android apps on record way back in 2012.....I kinda doubt you have loaded almost ALL of them! :-)
Keep up the good work though!!
Raju, 13 Jun 2016wonderful device.I bought in 2012 December and is running even now. I use it for four hours a ... moreI appreciate your "enthusiasm", Raju......but, since there are about 53 MILLION Android apps.....I kinda doubt you have loaded almost ALL of them! :-)
rimmy, 07 Jul 2016no screen shots facilities in this phone other features and touch greatWhy do you call it a "phone"? It's a tablet.....not a phone. See specs: "No cell connectivity".
Anonymous, 17 Jan 2016Is Asus nexus 7 have a sceeen shot? no screen shots facilities in this phone other features and touch great
wonderful device.I bought in 2012 December and is running even now. I use it for four hours a day. Battery lasts for two days. Very reliable. I have loaded almost all apps. I do not use this for photos
WATERS, 22 May 2016i made the unfortunate mistake of purchasing this device for $700 when the device first came o... moreIt is easy fix, you can try to factory reset.
1. Turn off the Nexus
2. Press and hold Volume Down and then press and hold Power until the tablet turns on. You should see the word Â“startÂ”
3. Press Volume Down twice to highlight Recovery Mode. Press Power to confirm your selection
4. Hold down the Power button and press and release the Volume Up button once
5. Press Volume Down twice to highlight Wipe Data / Factory Reset and press Power to confirm
6. Press Volume Down seven times to highlight Yes - Erase All User Data. Once again, press Power to confirm
7. After the reset is finished, reboot your device.
or you can reflash the firmware to fix it, you can check youtube for more in deep guides.
i made the unfortunate mistake of purchasing this device for $700 when the device first came out. the device went into a google bootloop five days after i purchased it and google , nexus and asus handballed all my enquires/warrenty related questions between each other. over 200 emails and one year later they finally replied with your device is now out of warrenty , we will look at the device for $300. that was just to look at it to fix any faults would incur further charges. i asked for an estimate and was told that i could expect to be charged between $500 and $600. i had my receipt and box and the device was in perfect condition still with the plastic on the screen and that is how they treated a paying customer. jump on safari and look up google nexus 7 bootloop complaints or anything of that nature and you will see hundreds of thousands of customers who experience exactly the same treatment i received. anyone that purchases a google nexus or asus device after reading this or doing some research then i feel sorry for you . google asus nexus you are discraceful!!!!!!!