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As i didn't find any solution neither on the internet nor here, i've desided to just flash my tablet using image from google, it helped.


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It could be either sideloading or installing a version that previously wasn't locked to particular devices, yes. Given that it's available for your other device, it doesn't seem like it would be location-related. APK Mirror is generally the best place to get apps for sideloading, or you could install it on your other device and then copy it off if that ...


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Download the factory image for your device here: https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images Follow the instructions at the top of the page to flash. Note that the WIFI and Mobile versions have different images. Make sure to use flash-all otherwise the bootloader and radio will remain the same and the images won't flash. Another option if you want ...


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First thing is to verify if the device you propose to buy has USB OTG support. Apart from verifying from OEM specs, do see this How can I determine if my device has USB Host Mode (OTG) support? and also the listing of supported devices by Chainfire. Saw your edit about Nexus 7. This post confirms OTG support on Marshmallow For your stated purpose of ...


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You can try to do it through command line from your PC. Install adb drivers in PC 15 seconds ADB installer Download the TWRP img file for Nexus 7 from twrp website TWRP for Nexus 7 Rename the downloaded img file to "recovery.img" and move this to the ADB folder that was downloaded earlier. Make sure you have ADB.exe, fastboot.exe and the recovery.img in ...



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