The Google Nexus 7 2013 Edition has been launched earlier this year and now Mskip, an XDA senior moderator and recognized developer, has release an all-in-one toolkit for users to apply root, unlock bootloader, create backups and multiple other tasks.
Rooting or unlocking a Nexus device is very easy to apply when using such toolkits. The current 1.02 Nexus 7 2013 toolkit can be downloaded and installed for free on your computer. Also, you can choose to install a premium version that can be enable via donation.
The free Nexus 7 2013 AIO toolkit can be used to root, unlock, backup, push files, install and fix ADB drivers, restore backups, boot / install custom recoveries, flash busybox, rename recovery restore files, flash different .img files, set file permissions for device, find device info, launch command prompt and more. The premium features included in the donation version are the auto-updating toolkit, 10 quickpick slots, tips and tricks for better management of your Nexus 7 2013 edition and more.
Download the 2013 Google Nexus 7 Root Toolkit by Mskip from here. Here’s Mskip’s all-in-one toolkit for N7 tablet XDA thread where you can find more info about this release.
Install the application on your PC then use the USB data cable to connect your tablet. Use the text-based interface of the Root toolkit and apply whatever task you need using the on-screen instructions.