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 am using nexus 4 and updated to latest version of android 4.4.4
And just after updating my soft keys stopped working :eek: I had no clue what should be done.
So i thought of formatting it:) But my nexus wont connect to my laptop it says device descriptor failed with code 43 on Device manager of windows.
This USB issue is surely not because of update.Because my USB was not recognized
Installed updates to nexus 7 to run on 4.4.4 and installed the proper drivers from asus's support. java android teacher had a video on this and followed his steps but still eclipse does not see the nexus and there is only an option for virtual device manager, not just device manager. ran on windows 7 and 8 and mac os. Mac can't find the jre but windows could. solutions?
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