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[Q] i need help installing nexus 7 2012 to stock with no backup

OP asjude

24th January 2014, 06:29 PM   |  #1  
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hello, this is my first post and I'm fairly new to the android community.

I need help restoring my nexus 7 2012 back to stock. I had the Paranoid Android ROM, I was trying to go back to stock in hopes of installing Kit Kat but I didn't back up first, now I'm stuck. I can still access TWRP but no luck with my computer recognizing the nexus 7.

Any help would be appreciated..

thank you thank you
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25th January 2014, 05:26 PM   |  #2  
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Without a backup you'll have to flash stock with fastboot, or a toolkit. Not much else you can do.

If your computer isn't seeing it...you don't have the drivers installed properly.

Lots of guides around for doing all this.

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26th January 2014, 03:21 AM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by asjude

hello, this is my first post and I'm fairly new to the android community.

I need help restoring my nexus 7 2012 back to stock. I had the Paranoid Android ROM, I was trying to go back to stock in hopes of installing Kit Kat but I didn't back up first, now I'm stuck. I can still access TWRP but no luck with my computer recognizing the nexus 7.

Any help would be appreciated..

thank you thank you
jude

Download mskip toolkit. Install drivers from tool kit choose flash stock ROM option. You need to be in the bootloader when installing.
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