Nexus 7

If you're one of the lucky few Nexus 7 owners with the new LTE version, you can now safely restore your tablet back to the factory firmware using official images from Google. Images for the Nexus 7 with mobile data — codenamed "razorg" — have been posted on the Google Developers site, giving N7 LTE owners who've tinkered around with their devices an easy route back to stock Android 4.3, build JLS36C.

Hit the link below to grab the images.

Download: Google Developers


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Nexus 7 LTE factory images now available


I had been waiting for the LTE version, but since it is not supported by Verizon I guess that I am now waiting for something else!

Yeah...what's up with that? Read about the 2013 Nexus 7 LTE issues with Verizon on AC. Can't/don't want to go to another carrier?

I thought the same, but I have Verizon and got the N7 LTE (I have unlimited data), I got google voice, use my SIM on my N7 only and leave my phone at home, it's pretty much worthless [the phone] without the SIM. So far I have not had any problems with using the N7 as my primary and only device. I don't senselessly take it out of my pocket for no reason every five minutes haha (yes it fits in all of my pockets) I say give it a try!

I bought a nexus 7 (2013) as a birthday gift for someone. After playing around with it for awhile its near the perfect tablet. At first I didn't think I would like the size but the reality is that 10's are just to big after 30-40 mins of playing on them.

Sick, but the new nexus 10 is on my wish list for sure. I've heard good rumors like 4GB RAM etc so really stoked. I hope it comes out before Christmas.

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Ok, now I want Jerry's thoughts here.

Is the LTE on this thing TRUE nexus. In other words, are all the LTE drivers and binaries there. I'll probably be submitting a voicemail question for the podcast, but I wouldn't mind Jerry writing something up on this.