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Nexus 7 won't turn on after flasing the recovery.

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By enderzip, Junior Member on 3rd August 2019, 02:25 AM
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So i flashed the stock recovery and reboot. After that it wont turn on anymore.
Try to jumpstart the battery: Nope
Try to get into recovery: Nope
But my computer still recognize the Nexus as an unknown device name "APX". I cant find any driver for it. Its dead like this for about a month.

Please help!
8th August 2019, 09:32 AM |#2  
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So i flashed the stock recovery and reboot. After that it wont turn on anymore.
Try to jumpstart the battery: Nope
Try to get into recovery: Nope
But my computer still recognize the Nexus as an unknown device name "APX". I cant find any driver for it. Its dead like this for about a month.

Please help!

Are you able to get to fastboot/bootloader? You can also use WugFresh Toolkit to flash the correct drivers and the full stock ROM.
9th August 2019, 09:38 AM |#3  
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Are you able to get to fastboot/bootloader? You can also use WugFresh Toolkit to flash the correct drivers and the full stock ROM.

Nope, i cant boot it into the bootloader , fastboot and recovery
I successfully install the driver for it but it still shown as " Asus Transformer Prime APX Interface"
The toolkit didnt recognize the tablet
Im still able to get into the charging screen but if i disconnect the power cable then it turn off
10th August 2019, 09:34 AM |#4  
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Nope, i cant boot it into the bootloader , fastboot and recovery
I successfully install the driver for it but it still shown as " Asus Transformer Prime APX Interface"
The toolkit didnt recognize the tablet
Im still able to get into the charging screen but if i disconnect the power cable then it turn off

Charge it for a few hours and see.
12th August 2019, 06:44 AM |#5  
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Charge it for a few hours and see.

i already try that, it doesnt work
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