Nexus 7 tablet fastboot help

  nevynmk1 12:26 13 Jul 2014

Hi there. Not sure if this is the right place but I need help with my tablet.

a bit of a long shot here. I have a rooted and unlocked nexus 7 WiFi (2012) and want to put it back to stock. But when in bootloader I get unknown on windows. And when I connect to do the same using Ubuntu it just keeps saying waiting for device. Is there any way of fixing this. I am using android 4.3. If there is more info needed please let me know.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14:11 13 Jul 2014
  nevynmk1 14:41 13 Jul 2014

As I said in the op. When I am in bootloader I get waiting for device. this is in windows and linux.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14:25 14 Jul 2014

"Also be certain that you've set up USB access for your device, as described in the Using Hardware Devices guide."

from my link above

  nevynmk1 23:09 14 Jul 2014

I have done all that. It is coming up as the device has malfunctioned when in bootloader. Thats as soon as its plugged in.

  nevynmk1 12:36 15 Jul 2014

Hers the message I get when on windows when my tablet is connected in fastboot.

click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 12:42 15 Jul 2014

Ok try downloading a Nexus driver

  nevynmk1 12:03 16 Jul 2014

Done it still nothing. Also tried wugfish no joy there either.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 22:00 16 Jul 2014

Have you tried plugging into a rear USB port?

Front ports tens come come of MB headers whereas rear ports are direct off the motherboard.

Another trick is to try via a powered USB hub.

  nevynmk1 23:19 16 Jul 2014

Yeah and I have tried from a different machine as well. still nothing.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 21:52 17 Jul 2014

Tried different USB cables? Starting to run out of ideas :0)

Not sure if refreshing your USB ports might help

I use USBdeview to clear all none connected usb devices can sometimes help with problematic devices when plugged back in.

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