Here is my 'blob.bin' (and other associated files) that I generated some months ago, using the flatline procedure.
The files in this .zip archive were generated from a WiFi only Nexus 7 2012 model.
Hope this helps... but to be honest, I'll be very surprised if it does... as bootloaders are crypto-signed to a specific Nexus 7.
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Hi, I was trying to update my nexus 7 from fastboot, one of the fastboot commands for the bootloader gave an error. So I tried to reboot and again same error, so stupid thing I did and I turned it off from the bootloader (when the device was still on). now the device is not responsive, it doesn't turn on or have any reaction. I'm familiar with unlocking bootloader and all the android stuff since the first day of android, so my nexus 7 doesn't have any bootloader in it anymore (at least not a proper bootloader. in the device manager when I plug it in, it shows as a device called APX. can anyone help me get turn it on. as far as it turns on I can handle to flash it with some code lines. but I have no idea how to bring a bricked nexus 7 to life.
and if it helps so far googling I ended up with a program called QPST. if anyone help me use it I think I can bring it to life
I'm even considering donating if anyone help me succeed, cause for one fact I know this device is not coming to life easily