Nexus 7 not recognized by PC?
Hi all, I've been lurking the forums since bout September of 2012. I haven't really been posting here, mainly just gathering ROMs, kernels, help etc.
Anyways, my Nexus 7 isn't being recognized by Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or even Ubuntu. this leads me to belive this is caused from the tablet. I have installed numerous drivers, but with no luck. Recently, I noticed when I boot into recovery, and the tavlet uis on the Google screen, my computer recognizes it as, "Unknown Device." Soon after it passes the Google screen and boots into TWRP Windows can't detect it anymore. My tablet says it's connected via AC, not USB - which is probably why I can't transfer files. I have MTP checked, and I tried PTP too. I've tried enabling and disabling debugging with no luck still. I'm using the OEM charger for the device, and I have tried using multiple cable with no dice.
"So a new possible way of fixing this after having contacted Asus support. They had me turn of my Nexus 7 and then hold the Volume Up + Power button for 30 seconds and then hold only the power button for 60 seconds. I was told this is to remove static from the mother board. USB Charging, USB Transfer, and Wireless Charging (which is what made me notice the issue) now work. The only problem I have now is that the cord that came with the tablet seems to be a bit loose and will cause it to stop charging when I don't just let it sit on a table."
That was suggested on a different forum, but that didn't work for me neither.
ADB nor fastboot cannot see my device as well.