Last month, Google launched the second generation Nexus 7 tablet, which became the first device to run the latest Android 4.3 version. The device is the successor to the old Nexus 7 tablet which was launched last year. The new device, which is thinner, narrower and lighter than the old one features a 7-inch, 1200 x 1920 display, Qualcomm Snapdragon S4Pro quad-core chip, 2 GB of RAM, and 16 or 32 GB of internal storage.
We have previously seen how to unlock it’s bootloader. This article will explain how you can root your new Nexus 7 and install custom recovery in it. Rooting a device has a lot of benefits as we have previously seen here. Installing a custom recovery aids in installing custom ROMs, creating and restoring backups and other useful things.