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If you want to just disable the notification, open the notification drawer, tap and hold the notification so it goes Black with a certain app name and an "i" at the end. Press that "i" and uncheck "Show Notifications" This will result in you not getting any notification from that app. It's highly recommended that you update, so... to update, you need: An ...


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The /system partition wasn't mounted; I've noticed this only manually browsing the /system/bin/ folder, which was empty. I mounted the partition within the recovery mode by browsing to "mounts and storage" and by selecting "mount /system"; afterwards I've been able to run adb pull /system/build.prop ., edit the file and upload it again running adb push ...


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You can use the amazing nexus root toolkit to do pretty much anything. http://www.wugfresh.com/nrt/ It allows rooting, return to stock, recovery and everything else you would need to repair your nexus 7. You can flash custom roms with it also. Other tools include unlocking or locking the bootloader, adb tools, driver installs. .. you name it, it does it. ...


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Try 'JimTDI's Guide - Tuning the Nexus 7 with Android 5 Lollipop for Maximum Performance!' here https://goo.gl/X0HwAu The discussion for this post is here https://goo.gl/wqjv76


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You can use the amazing nexus root toolkit to do pretty much anything. http://www.wugfresh.com/nrt/ It allows rooting, return to stock, recovery and everything else you would need to repair your nexus 7 2012 WiFi aka 'grouper' / 'nakasi'. You can flash custom roms with it also. Other tools include unlocking or locking the bootloader, adb tools, driver ...


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The official Google Developers site has the full instructions and image repository on how to install a factory image for any Nexus device, including your "nakasi" Nexus 7 2012. I recommend 4.4.4, but you are free to go back as far as you want until you're comfortable with it's use. Cyanogenmod also has a stable 10.2 version (Android 4.3) - you can download ...


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Just tested on my Nexus 7 2012. When I hold the Power and Volume Up. It powers down. Had to hold the power button to get it to turn back on, So I can only assume it powered all the way down.


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My Nexus 7 (2013) had this problem and the volume rocker switch was bad. Found a new OEM part on ebay for $15 (including shipping) and looked at youtube for how to pull the device open and then the replacement was easy! Sometimes switches go bad. When your device is out of warranty why not give a replacement a shot?



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