350061 google nexus 7 Root, Kernel, ROMs, and much more for unreleased Nexus 7

XDA developers have already begun working on various custom features for the unreleased Nexus 7, and why shouldn’t they?  The upcoming Google 7’’ slate will be competing with the likes of the Kindles and Nooks, which already have huge development communities.

XDA developers have already begun working on various custom features for the unreleased Nexus 7, and why shouldn’t they?  The upcoming Google 7’’ slate will be competing with the likes of the Kindles and Nooks, which already have huge development communities. 

First things first, if you’re wondering if the Nexus 7 will be root-able, then yes it is. The Nexus 7 will come with an unlockable bootloader, and an instruction guide has already been set up. Check it out here.

Next up is full tablet UI for the Nexus 7, as the tablet will come with a UI optimized for phones.  Google unveiled their tablet at the I/O using a phone interface, and that disappointed many.  So the folks at XDA have conjured up a quick hack pack that will allow users to unlock the Nexus 7 to full tablet interface.   

Now if you don’t want to put in the work to customize the Nexus ROM yourself, download some pre-packed ones.  These ROMs and kernel will include: (some, if not all) insecure, init.d support, overclocking to 1.5 GHz, voltage tweaks, zip aligned, superflows apps removed, busybox, ad-blocking host file, aroma installer, and DSP manager.