I Before You Begin
1. You must use a Windows computer. The program is only for Windows.
2. You should have already done the How to Root an Flash a Custom Recovery on the Nexus 7 2013 procedure. If not, head to that procedure and just do sections I and II to install the toolkit and the drivers.
II. Unroot the Nexus 7 2013
1. Open the toolkit (if it isn’t already open).
2. Plug in the Nexus 7 via USB cable (if it isn’t already plugged in).
3. Push Flash Stock and Unroot in the toolkit. Follow any prompts it asks you for until it is done flashing.
4. When the device fully reboots, re-enable USB debugging by doing the following:
A. On your device, pull down the notification bar and tap the icon in the top right to show your quick settings.
B. Tap the Settings icon in the top right.
C. Tap About phone.
D. Repeatedly tap build phone until it says you are a developer.
E. Tap back.
F. Tap Developer Options.
G. Turn on USB Debugging.
III. Relock the Bootloader on the Nexus 7 2013
To get back to completely stock you must relock the bootloader.
1. In the toolkit, tap OEM Lock. Follow the prompts until it is done.
All set you are back to completely stock.
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