How To Root Asus Nexus 7 on Android 5.0 Lollipop [2013 variant]
The second-generation Nexus 7 offers the pure Android experience for a fast performance at a reasonable price. This 7-inch screen tablet houses high-end specs for even normal user and gamers. Not a while ago Google posted the Android 5.0 Lollipop factory images and rolled out the Lollipop’s OTA for the tab. If you have flashed the latest update on your tablet, you can even root it, thanks to XDA’s community. In order to root Nexus 7 2013 on Android 5.0 OS, give a try to easy-to-use CF-Auto-root package.
DISCLAIMER: Please proceed the below guide at your own risk, Android Egis will not be held responsible if your device lost data or gets damaged following this guide.
How To Root Asus Nexus 7 on Android 5.0 firmware
Make sure you have unlocked the bootloader of device and Android SDK drivers are installed on computer properly.
Step #1: Turn the device off.
Step #2: Boot device in bootloader mode by holding down volume up, volume down and power buttons.
Step #3: Connect the device to computer.
Step #4: Download the Nexus 10 CF-Auto-Root tool zip package.
flo (Nexus 2013 Wi-Fi): CF-Auto-Root-flo-razor-nexus7.zip
deb (Nexus 2013 LTE): CF-Auto-Root-deb-razorg-nexus7.zip
Step #5: Unzip the file and run one of following file depending on your computer’s OS:
— Run root-windows.bat
— chmod +x root-linux.sh
— Run root-linux.sh
– Mac OS X
— chmod +x root-mac.sh
— Run root-mac.sh
Step #6: Follow the on-screen instructions and keep an eye on both the computer and the device.
That’s it, you are done. Enjoy and if you run into any roadblock, you can leave comments and let us know.