Android 4.3
How to Root Android 4.3 on Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 [Tutorial]Twitter / Android

After Google unveiled an update of the Android 4.3 on July 25 along with the new Nexus 7 device, XDA Developers, Chainfire released an Auto Root, which is compatible with Android 4.3 and it is also setup to support future firmware updates.

The users can root their devices by going through some steps and this procedure is meant only for Nexus device owners.

To root their devices users should first back up all the data and also enable USB Debugging Mode. All the Nexus products should be unlocked and the tablet should have at least 80 percent of battery life, according to Redmond Pie.

The files that would be required to root the devices are Android SDK and CF-Auto Root.

Procedure to Root Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 Using CF-Auto-Root

• First of all, the users are required to have CF Auto Root Package for Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi) and Nexus 3G and will have to install Android ADB and Fastboot on Windows.

• Install Android SDK, which includes the important drivers that connects the Nexus device to the computer.

• Extract the CF-Auto Root files by using WinZip.

• Switch off the devices and continue to boot the tablet in fastboot mode by pressing the volume Up and Down and Power keys together.

• Connect the Nexus devices to the computer using USB cables and then wait till the Windows installs drivers.

• Open the folder which contains the CF-Auto Root files.

For Windows click Windows.bat, Linux users need to click on chmod +x or root- and for Mac OS X click on chmod +x, Run

• Keep following the instructions on the screen. As soon as the booting process gets over, the device will boot into normal mode.

Once the process comes to an end, users can check the status by going to the app drawer and searching for SuperSU App.

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