Features of Nexus Root Toolkit
- Unlock and root your device in a few clicks.
- Lash it back to stock and re-lock it.
- Backup/restore all your important data.
- Flash zips.
- Set file permissions.
- Push and pull files.
- Install apps.
- Generate logcats/bugreports.
- Grab screenshot and screen record.
- Fastboot erase and format partitions.
- Much more.
How to use Nexus Root Toolkit
- Download and install the Nexus root toolkit at the given link.
- The tool will launch automatically once it is successfully installed.
- Select your model and the Android edition. You can find your mobile details in “settings” followed by “about device”.
- Enable USB debugging by going to “settings” followed by toggling “developer options” to “ON” and then checking the “USB debugging” box.
- Connect your Nexus device with the computer via a USB cable. Wait for the Windows to install the drivers and then click “Ok”.
- To prevent any loss of your data, you need to backup it beforehand. You have a backup option right in front, click on it to commence.
- In order to proceed, click “Unlock”. Unlock bootloader on your Nexus when asked. Your device will now be reset to factory settings. Before continuing, make sure you have enabled USB debugging on your device.
- Now, choose if you want to enable CWM on your device or not. It is recommended you switch it off. Simply select the circle saying “Do not flash CWM” and click “Root”.
- Launch the SuperSU app on your Nexus. Update the SU binary. After that, launch the BusyBox app, and you will be prompted to give root permission.
- Allow root permission and then click install.
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