AICP ROM aka the Cold Project has become available based on latest Android 8.1.0 Oreo for Nexus 7 (2013).?Looking forward to the latest deliciousness of Android Oreo? Now you can install AICP Nightly custom ROM for your Nexus 7 (2013). Following could be the prerequisites and steps to update Nexus 7 2013 to Android 8.1.0 Oreo based custom ROM.
Prerequisites to update Nexus 7 to Android 8.1 Oreo ROM
- Download?and install?USB drivers?for?Nexus?7?(2013) on your hard disk.
- Enable USB debugging option by pressing?Menu?>?Settings?>?Applications. Navigate?and tap on?Developer Options?to ensure that?USB Debugging?is enabled.
- Your?Nexus device should really be rooted.
- Make sure TWRP?recovery is installed.
- Ensure that your particular?Nexus?carries a lot more than 70% of charge.
Please visit this?developer thread?for complete changelog, support, and bug reports.
Steps to update Nexus 7 to Android 8.1 Oreo AICP Nightly
Required files: Download AICP Android 8.1.0 Oreo for Nexus 7 (2013) from here.
- Connect your Nexus 7 (2013) to the PC using USB cable and duplicate the downloaded files on the Facts of this?device.
- Disconnect your tablet and power them back.
- Now?boot?it to the Bootloader mode: press and hold?Volume Up,?Volume Down?and the?Power?buttons simultaneously. Follow onscreen instructions and visit?recovery. Once here, use?Volume?keys to focus on and?Power?to select.
- Data wipe operations (labels will differ between CWM and TWRP): head over to?wipe data/factory reset?and look into the operation. Also,?wipe cache partition?and finally go with?wipe?dalvik?cache?to?cleanse it up too.
- Now,?select?install?and then?choose?zip?from?sdcard. Locate AICP?ROM?zip?file?and ensure its installation.
- When the?ROM installation?completes successfully, repeat the above mentioned step for installing root file.
- Once done, get back on main recovery menu and judge?reboot system now.
First boot will take over 5 minutes, so don’t be worried. These are generic instructions; developers have their own listing of warnings and installation tips available at XDA. Please make sure to read those before flashing AICP on Nexus 7.