So I had a quick question that I am really hoping that someone here can help me out with...
I have my N7 2013 32GB WiFi only model FLO tablet running Android 4.4 rooted (of course) with Multirom installed.
Okay so when I rooted my N7 I flashed the kexec kernel patch so I could install Ubuntu Touch...not knowing that Ubuntu Touch is only available for the N7 2012 tablet. So a few days after installing the kexec-patch an upgrade was available for Nexus 7. I tried installing the 4.4.2 upgrade but I knew that it was not going to work....
What I am wondering is, is there a way I can download the official ROM for the Nexus 7 (I want the official) and flash it with TWRP and Multirom? Will Multirom allow you to flash to the "internal" ROM?
If I can flash an offical nexus 7 flo rom I can then just root it again with the Nexus Root Toolkit.
I have done a lot of work with other ROMs on my Nexus 7 tablet that I have installed with MultiRom and I really don't want to have to erase everything just to put the official 4.4.2 upgrade on my N7. Yet...I really want the upgrade because I have heard they fixed a lot of issues with the camera.
Has anyone uploaded an apk for the official Nexus 7 4.4.2 camera app? If I can't flash an "official" nexus 7 flo ROM could I just install the camera apk from the Nexus 7 4.4.2 update?
I am really hoping someone can point me in the right direction here...
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