The video guide above shows this method using the Samsung Galaxy S5, but the exact same steps will apply to the Nexus 7 (for now, only 2013 models work), as Towelroot is nearly universal for all Android devices. For a detailed explanation of how Towelroot works, check out the full detailed guide from Dallas.
I had everything rooted with this method (First time I had ever done any rooting). I just now accidentally downloaded and installed kitkat 4.4.4 It unrooted me and now I can't re-root using this method. When I download and try to install towelroot, it says \"error, there was a problem parsing the package\" Please help
If i do factory format or i i will update my device by OTA will lose my root accessIf i use xposed for customize (first off all xposed customize the kernel right It means i got updates with no worryMy moto is to save more battery and give great look to device.I heard about franco kernel. It is bestBootunlocker is safe Its like towelroot unlock bootloader with one tap and without losing data -developers.com/galaxy-nexus/themes-apps/app-bootunlocker-nexus-devices-version-t1731993 153554b96e