Wednesday, April 1, 2015


How Install Google Nexus 10 Toolkit

Google Nexus 10 toolkit which you can use to install adb drivers, unlock and relock bootloaders, root, un-root, rename restore files, flash custom recovery etc. This post also contains all the instructions on how to use all the applications’ functions and features. This is an all-in-one application that you can use for a multitude of things.
its main features and functions are listed below:

Backup and restore functions for a single or multiple applications, user data and for the internal storage.

Backs up data from the /data/media directly to your computer and act as a ‘full safe backup of data’ app.

It features a ‘mods section’ that automatically performs various tasks on your Nexus 10.

It can grab Google Stock Image straight to the ToolKit folder.

It can install BusyBox.

Create partition dumps and compress them as a .zip file with md5 and then save them on your computer for later use.

It can copy /data and /system directories and save them as ‘.tar’ file.

You can use it to rename some recovery restore files for stock ROMs.

It can use adb sideload in custom recovery mode so that you will be able root and unroot zip file faster.

It can force your device to boot CWM Touch Recovery without installation.

It is capable of installing and booting .img files directly from your computer.

It can reboot your Nexus 10 to fastboot mode and back to normal mode.

Also, it can reboot device into fastboot, recovery, download and normal mode right from the ADB mode.

There are many other useful functions but you can learn which these are when you’ll use the app.

download and install Google Nexus 10 Toolkit:

Download the Nexus 10 toolkit file from HERE. Save it on your Windows PC. There is no Linux application but one should be launched soon.

When the download is complete you should double click the file.

Press the NEXT Button until you get to the final installation screen. Note that you shouldn’t edit any default settings / options.

When the install is complete you simply need to launch the Nexus 10 Toolkit using its shortcut desktop icon.

Launch the app and type ‘No’, then press Enter to load the Nexus 10 Toolkit main menu.

Now you can see multiple selections that you can use. If you want to launch a Nexus 10 toolkit then you will simply need to press the corresponding number and then hit the Enter button.

To complete a task you will need to follow the application’s on-screen instructions.

That’s it, these are all the instructions that you had to read in order to successfully install the Nexus 10 Toolkit.