Here’s How to Fix Google Nexus 7 Tablet Stuck at Google Logo at Boot

A lot of Nexus 7 tablet users have complained that they are stuck at Google logo screen. There are many causes of this issue. In this article we will try to dig out solutions to fix Nexus 7 tablet stuck at Google Screen.

Understand the Problem

First off, you should know that this is a pretty popular issue with the Nexus 7 tablet. Thousands and thousands of users have reported about this issue, and it turns out the problem is in the hardware of the tablet. The hardware was made by ASUS. You must contact Google or official vendor of your tablet as soon as possible after the detection of this problem. If your tablet has the valid warranty, you must claim it as soon as possible.

Wipe the Cache

As you are stuck at the same screen, you cannot try different ways on your phone without entering the recovery mode. In order to enter the recovery mode, just hold the power button and restart the device. When the tablet is turned off, press and hold the Volume Down button and then press and hold the Power button at the same time until the tablet turns on.

Now press the Volume Down button twice to highlight Recovery mode. Now just press the Power button to start Recovery mode. You will see a robot Android sign. Now, while holding the power button, press the volume Up button. Now use the volume buttons to go to ‘swipe cache partition’ option and press the power button to select this option.

Your cache will be cleared. Now just press the Power button on “reboot system now.”

Using the Bootloader Tool

A renowned developer at the XDA forums made a bootloader software for Android tablet to fix this problem. You should give it a try to see if the solution works. It has worked for thousands of users. You must, however, read the FAQ and details of this software. You can find this software here.

Resetting the factory

A user on a famous Android forum made a complete video and showed steps to fix this problem by completely resetting the cache. This solution has worked for thousands of other users too, but involves some risky methods that could brick the device. Follow the method at your own risk.

Pressing the back side of the tablet

This solution might sound dumb, but a lot of users were able to fix Google Nexus 7 tablet stuck at Google logo issue by tapping the back side of the tablet at a specific spot. Because this problem is related to the hardware, no wonder the solution worked. Have a look at this video to see where to tap and hit the device to fix the issue.

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