I recently downloaded the Carbon backup app so I could back up my Nexus 7 before I root it. However, when I installed it, it needed to connect to my computer before I could use the app. When I connected to my computer, it said I needed to install the Asus ADB drivers.
I have my Nexus (which is awesome btw) and I am trying too root it using the CF auto root but after I start the process it just says "waiting on device". I have a windows computer so I know I'm using the right mode. I have tried diff usb cables with no success. Anybody had this problem or have a solution?
I was planning to "root" my Google Nexus 7 tablet today.First, I wanted to check for the latest "toolkit" and recommended instructions:http://www.wugfresh.com/dev/nexus-root-toolkit/http://www.geardiary.com/2012/08/16/how uld-do-it/http://www.androidauthority.com/nexus-7 ry-108909/http://forums.androidcentral.com/verizo -12-a.htmlOn the Nexus 7, I can use t
Hi folks. I desperately need to do my taxes today, but do not have access to the windows 8 partition on my system. I have a dual boot, 12.10/Windows 8 UEFI laptop (Asus N56 variant) and lost the windows entry in grub yesterday after re-installing the root partition for Ubuntu.
Developers are now free to submit their Windows 8.1-ready applications. Microsoft initially denied developers access to the operating system after it was released to OEM partners. Developers, accustomed to getting early access so that they could get to work before general release, were peeved.
The company later recanted and provided access, but that only solved half the problem, I think.
I have installed a WIndows 8 evaluation about a week ago. Usually, it asks me every time I turn on my computer whether to boot into windows 8 or windows 7. The default was windows 8 after 30 seconds. I changed that just yesterday to be default windows 7 after 5 seconds. And after I changed the setting, I went ahead and went into windows 8 and did my work.