One thing about Google is that they are giving supreme priority to their device upon any other, Android 4.3 was released and at the same time they start giving updates to their Nexus series. Any Nexus smartphone can now be updated to Android 4.3, well I am not sure about Nexus S, otherwise Nexus 7, 10, 4 and Galaxy Nexus have received their Android 4.3 update. Now to the next step, Root your Nexus device running Android 4.3, HOW? Follow our guide and Root your device.
In this Article, we will show you How To Root Nexus 4, 10, 7 and Galaxy Nexus On Android 4.3. But before we begin make sure to Backup all your data placed on your phone’s internal storage, contacts, call logs and messages. This is necessary as if something go wrong during the process, so you will be able to restore it afterwards.
The methods involved in flashing custom roms and rooting your phone is highly custom and may result in bricking your device, and has nothing to do with Google or the device manufacturers which is Samsung in our case. In case of any mishap we may not be held responsible. Follow these instructions to the letter to avoid any mishap or bricking. Make sure that whatever you do, you are doing it at your own responsibility.
Nexus Root Toolkit , Using this install any Cusom Recovery on Nexus 4, 10 or Galaxy Nexus.
- Your Device must be on Android 4.3.
- Any type of Custom Recovery must be installed on your device.
- Enable USB debugging mode.
- Make sure that battery level is at 85% or more.
- CF-Auto Root tutorial is only for unlocked Nexus 7 and Nexus 7.
- Super SU method is only for Nexus 4, 10 and Galaxy Nexus.
How To Root Nexus 7 Using CF-Auto Method.
- Extract the CF-Auto Root file and save it anywhere on your PC.
- Reboot Nexus 7 into Fastboot Mode. HOW? Power Off your Device then Turn in On by Pressing Volume Up + Volume Down + Power Buttons.
- Once in Fastboot mode, connect your Nexus 7 to PC and wait till all the drivers are installed.
- Navigate to the folder where you have saved the Extracted files and run the ‘root-windows.bat’ file.
- Follow the on-screen instructions and wait for the Tablet to Reboot.
That’s it your Nexus 7 has been rooted on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, Install the Root Checker app to Verify
How To Root Nexus 4, 10 and Galaxy Nexus On Android 4.3.
- Download the Super-SU file and transfer it to your device.
- Now if you haven’t install any Custom Recovery, do it now using the preferred method.
- Boot your device into Recovery.
- Once in Recovery, Navigate to ‘Flash zip from sdcard’ then select ‘Choose Zip from sdcard’.
- Now select the Super-Su zip file and Confirm the installation on next screen.
- After the Installation, Navigate to ‘advance’ and select ‘Devlik Cache Wipe’, just in case so you won’t stuck in any bootloop.
That’s it you Nexus device running Android 4.3 has now been rooted, use Root Checker from Play Store to Verify.