If you happen to be in possession of the Nexus 7 that sports LTE connectivity, we have some good news for you. You are now able to restore your tablet in a safe manner, returning it to the factory firmware through the use of freshly released official images from Google. The images for the Nexus 7 with LTE connectivity have been given the codename “razorg”, and it has already been put up on the Google Developers site.
This would mean those Nexus 7 with LTE owners who did spend a fair amount of time tinkering with their devices and who knows, ruining it, now have a way to return their respective devices to stock Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, build JLS36C, without losing any sleep. Just in case you were wondering as to which particular mobile carrier you should pick up your Nexus 7 from, how about T-Mobile? We did bring you a story earlier on concerning a Nexus 7 with LTE that will be made available via T-Mobile, and not only that, snagging one of those puppies would also net you a full month of free data, now how about that for starters? I suspect that bricked Nexus 7 with LTE devices too, will gain a new lease of life pretty soon.
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