Nexus Root Toolkit


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January 5th, 2019
Windows 11 / Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7
44.83 MB

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Nexus Root Toolkit – This program can also backup and restore all your important files, including settings, photos, and videos. It can also generate logcats/bugreports, install apps, and perform various tasks with just a few clicks. It has a built-in interface that lets you perform various tasks with ease.

Nexus Root Toolkit is an easy-to-use program that automatically brings together all the necessary files to root or unlock your device. It can also backup and restore all your important data.

This program will sync all the files you need to root and unlock your device in a few clicks. It can also restore all your important data and install apps. It is also capable of creating logcats and bug reports.

This app simplifies the process of rooting, unlocking, and re-rooting Android devices. It lets users generate reports, perform various tasks, and flash zips.

Nexus Root Toolkit is a utility that enables users to perform various tasks such as unlocking, relock, and root their devices. It also offers various backup options.

How to Install Nexus Root Toolkit on Windows PC

  1. After Downloading Completed, Extract the Zip file on Your PC.
  2. Open the File, and Double click the Setup file.
  3. Now you can see the Installation Application on your Screen.
  4. Follow all the instranstion.
  5. After Installation process is completed, Restart your Computer.
  6. Now Open the Nexus Root Toolkit Application on your Desktop screen.

How to Download Nexus Root Toolkit For Your Windows PC

  1. First you need to check your Computer Compatible with Nexus Root Toolkit System Requirement.
  2. If It’s Compatible Click the Download button.
  3. Now automatically Redirect the Download page, Wait the 10 Second to load the download file.
  4. Then Click the “Download Now” Button. 
  5. Select the location to save the Setup file.
  6. Now Start Downloading. 

Features of Nexus Root Toolkit

Officially Supported

All the latest Android builds and devices with Nexus support are officially supported with this release


Nexus Root Toolkit is a full-featured UI that simplifies the tasks related to installing and restoring Android. It also includes a built-in auto-updater that automatically updates the latest build.

Flashing Zips

This app can perform various tasks like flashing zips, restoring Android backup files, and installing apps. It also includes a full featured UI that lets you automatically perform tasks in TWRP. It also includes an in-built auto-reset system that lets you restore settings and automatically update applications.

Kernel Package

The easiest way to install any version of Android is by using the Android SDK. It will automatically install the latest version for your device. It also compiles the kernel package for your device.

Risks And Rewards

Basically, a rooted operation is a process that enables users to modify the settings of their mobile device. It also provides them with complete control over it. However, this operation comes with its own set of risks and rewards.

How to Uninstall Nexus Root Toolkit on Windows PC

  1. If you need to uninstall Nexus Root Toolkit, Go to the Control Panel on your PC.
  2. Open the Programs and Features file.
  3. Now You can see the List of the Application on your PC. Find the Nexus Root Toolkit Application and Right click, Then Click the Uninstall Button.
  4. Finally it’s Permanently Uninstalled on your Windows PC.

Disclaimer of Nexus Root Toolkit

Nexus Root Toolkit is Developed by WugFresh. So All the Registered company names, trademarks, product names, and logos property of thor respective owners.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is nexus Root toolkit?

The Nexus Root Toolkit simplifies the work of users by helping them root, unlock, and install Android on their devices. It does so by creating a simple to use interface that enables them to generate reports and perform various tasks.

How do I root my Asus Nexus 7?

Follow the steps below to root your Nexus 7 device. Once the process is complete, confirm that the SuperSU is installed in the App drawer.

Does Google still make Nexus tablets?

Before Google stopped producing tablets, the company’s lineup consisted of the Nexus and the Pixel.

What is adb reboot bootloader?

This command lets you reboot your phone into its bootloader. Just like the previous command, it lets you unboot and then enter the bootloader mode. This will allow you to install fastboot.

Can I install both SuperSU and Magisk?

You can easily remove SuperSU by either going through the SuperSU app or by using the unzip method. Once done, just copy and paste the unpatched boot image into Magisk.