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[TOOL] Nexus 7 (2013) All-In-One Toolkit v1.0 [7-30-2013] [PERM ROOT][Noob-Proof]

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I would like to add for those that like my toolkit, PLEASE DO NOT POST IT ELSEWHERE WITHOUT MY PERMISSION!

I have seen multiple sites who copy and paste my work to their site! If I do not approve of it, then do not do it! it will discourage me from adding updates since it is being used for their own benefits!

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If you post my work without permission, don't expect updates!


I created an easy to use GUI program for the HTC Amaze and I decided to make one for the Nexus 7 2013 Model. I spent a good over 10+ hours to learn how to script, watch videos on how to do it, working on it during school when I should have been listening lol and all that fun stuff. I am going to fix it and up and add more updates to it. You CAN place requests and I will try to fulfill it!

If this helped you out, Please press the thanks button and if you want, you can always donate!

FEATURES


- Install ADB Drivers
- Enter Bootloader (after it enters into bootloader, press the power button to enter Fastboot) REMOVED. No longer necessary.
- Unlock Bootloader (Must place Unlock_code.bin in the folder)
- Install Recoveries
  • User Provided Recoveries
  • TWRP WiFi
  • TWRP LTE
Kernels
  • User provided kernels
- Link to this thread
- Link to PM me if you need a phone unlocked
- Link to the Nexus 7 2013 Development thread
- Boot Into Recovery/Bootloader/Phone
- Flash kernel/recovery/RUU zip
- APK Batch Installer (Credits to hamsteyr)
- Donate to me (Hasoon2000) -> Donating to yours truly for putting time into this!

Here is a screenshot.





How To Use. THIS IS FOR THE PC ONLY. No plans ever for Mac or Linux. Sorry.
1. Download the toolkit DO NOT RENAME THE FOLDER
2. Download Winrar from here. Install it after you download it
3. Extract the folder anywhere.
4. Run the program.


Credits
- The guys at the AutoIT help forum that helped me learn how to make the script!
- Devs for making us ROMS!
- The community for being awesome!
- To everyone else I may have forgotten!

*DISCLAIMER*

I take no responsibility for any fault or damage caused by any procedures within this guide. No warranties of any kind are given.

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Changes
V1.0 Released! 7-30-2013
- Initial Release

v1.0.1 Released! 7-31-2013
- Updated ADB/Fastboot so the toolkit should now work with the device.
- Added more info to the message box. If you don't flash a ROM, you MUST do a factory reset within the custom recovery, or else the device will be soft bricked!
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Bugs
- Directory has to have one word.
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Will Work. This will solve any issues if the buttons don't work when you press them.

C:\Users\John\Dropbox\Phones\Amaze_All-In-One_Kit_V2.4

C:\Users\John_Smith\Dropbox\Phones\Amaze_All-In-One_Kit_V2.4

Will NOT work. Your directory will look something like this and buttons won't work when you press it.

C:\Users\John Smith\Dropbox\Phones\Amaze_All-In-One_Kit_V2.4

If you have 2 words, put the folder in Drive C:

Ex. This will solve any issues if the buttons don't work when you press them.

C:\Amaze_All-In-One_Kit_V2.4

Looking to add in the future
- Kernels
- More recoveries
- Makes Requests!!!

FAQs

Q - Why Did you make this?
A - To make life easier

Q - You are limited on features. Why?
A- You can always make a request!

Q - Will this work on other devices?
A - Only the fastboot commands, HTC Dev unlock (device specific) and the HTC drivers. Toolkit is made for the specific device.

Q - Will you support more devices in the future?
A - If people REALLY want, I can make it happen. I just don't want to make anything that nobody would use.

Q - Awesome! Can I make a donation?
A - Of course! Do not feel obligated though. If you would like to make a donation, you can click the button on my toolkit or under my username.
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This is my first time supporting a non-HTC device. This should work perfectly fine, but let me know. I never owned a Nexus and I will do my best to make this compatible!
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I'll give this a shot since the other Guide isn't working for me.

Edit: Yeah I cannot, no matter what I try, get my Nexus 7 drivers installed correctly. Odd.
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I'll give this a shot since the other Guide isn't working for me.

Edit: Yeah I cannot, no matter what I try, get my Nexus 7 drivers installed correctly. Odd.

Go to control panel -> Device Manager. Find your Nexus 7. Right click it and press uninstall drivers and delete the drivers with it (it will give you the option to delete them). Then, on top of device manager, press scan for hardware changes and it will find it and install the correct drivers.
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Thank you sir



Go to control panel -> Device Manager. Find your Nexus 7. Right click it and press uninstall drivers and delete the drivers with it (it will give you the option to delete them). Then, on top of device manager, press scan for hardware changes and it will find it and install the correct drivers.


Nah, done that. I've uninstalled, restarted, installed the universal abd. It still doesn't see my Nexus 7 when I go to use your toolkit. At this point it installs fine, I have ABD interface in my device list, but it cannot be seen by the scripts.

No idea why. I'm gonna delete all the abd/toolkit stuff and start over.

What's really great about it is even when Windows fails to install any drivers and I point it to the correct ones it still fails and says it cant find the drivers, lol.

Something isn't right, especially since I've done this with about a dozen nexus devices on this computer.
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Nah, done that. I've uninstalled, restarted, installed the universal abd. It still doesn't see my Nexus 7 when I go to use your toolkit. At this point it installs fine, I have ABD interface in my device list, but it cannot be seen by the scripts.

No idea why. I'm gonna delete all the abd/toolkit stuff and start over.

What's really great about it is even when Windows fails to install any drivers and I point it to the correct ones it still fails and says it cant find the drivers, lol.

Something isn't right, especially since I've done this with about a dozen nexus devices on this computer.

I bet you have done this, but did you turn on USB Debugging?
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I bet you have done this, but did you turn on USB Debugging?

Haha yeah.

This has happened once before and I can't remember exactly what I did to get it fixed.

Dont worry, I know it isnt your toolkit.
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Haha yeah.

This has happened once before and I can't remember exactly what I did to get it fixed.

Dont worry, I know it isnt your toolkit.

Trying to help you out. I never had a Nexus so at least I can learn it as well. Uninstall the drivers. Download the Google Drivers from here.

https://dl-ssl.google.com//android/r...er_windows.zip

Point the device from Device Manager to that. Hopefully it works. If it doesn't, just manually boot into bootloader and run the unlock bootloader command.
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