Update Google Nexus 7 to Android 4.2.1 JOP40G XenonHD Jelly Bean ROM

From the midst of tablets comes one which can be update to the latest Android OS right away. The name of the device? Google Nexus 7.

Which can be upgraded to Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean with a custom ROM whose name is JOP40G XenonHD.

Requirements

The success of this procedure will depend on whether or not you respect a few requirements; like the following: install the right USB drivers on your tablet (they’re called Android 4.2.1 USB drivers), fully charge the battery of the gadget, root it and install ClockworkMod recovery, have a Nexus 7 which sports an unlocked bootloader and don’t ignore the importance of making backups.

That was it for pre-requisites. Now comes the actual tutorial on how to get the newest Android version on this tablet.Nexus-7

Important instructions

  1. Step one goes something like this: download Android 4.2.1 JOP40G Jelly Bean custom ROM along with GApps, from here on the gadget and then grab the tablet’s USB cable to use it so that the devices are interlaced. Once they are safely connected to each other, you will have to copy and paste the Android 4.2.1 ROM zip and the Google Apps zip to the memory card that is inside the Google Nexus 7.
  2. For step two to function properly, you need to switch the tablet off and then restart the device into Bootloader Mode with the help of this action: press while simultaneously hold the buttons called Volume Down, Volume Up and Power. Once you’re done with this, a group of instructions are going to appear on the display; follow them, then opt for Bootloader.
  3. Go to Recovery; erase data and look for an option labeled Flash zip from SD card.
  4. Choose it by tapping on Power and then click on it once more to opt for Choose zip from SD card.
  5. For step number five you need to go to the custom ROM archivee via the buttons for Volume.
  6. Choose this with the aid of Power and then confirm that you want to continue the procedure. Then do the same for the GApps zip file. The update should be installed by now; just find +++go back+++.
  7. Step seven will tell you to reboot the Nexus 7 like this: go to the Recovery Menu and opt for the system restarting. The booting sequence will end after five minutes. To be absolutely sure that the tablet has the Android 4.2.1 JOP40G XenonHD Jelly Bean custom ROM, select About phone from the Settings option and look for this tool there.
Posted In How To - By Mihai Mateescu

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