Google Nexus 7 User Manual and Guidebook

Download Manual for Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) Nexus 7 Tablet

Google’s latest 7 inch Nexus 7 tablet is really  a great steal that for only 199$ you can get a super light weight multi-function Tablet computer/ebook reader/game console/e-photo frame/digital camera/media player!

Once purchased your Nexus tablet, the first thing you may need is to check its official user manual to find out those amazing hiding feature, and here you are! There are several ways to check the user guide for the Android 4.3 version based Nexus tablet:

  • Download Nexus Tablet Guidebook in PDF file format

    We prepare the latest PDF format Nexus tablet user manual here for you, download directly and start to read!

Click Here to Download Nexus 7 4.3 Manual in PDF file Format

  • Download Nexus 7 Manual into your Tablet directly from Play Store

    If you already have Nexus 7 tablet in your hand, another convenient way to download the guidebook is from the Play Store, over there you can find the FREE Nexus 7 User Guide offered by Google, and here is the link, click it will open the play store in your Nexus device:

  • Check Nexus 7 online help from Google support website

    Still have question about using Nexus 7 tablet? Here is one more option for you – you can read the online Nexus 7 help pages from Google support website, and here is the link too:


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Want to know more about Nexus 7 Tablet? Here is the introduction and Spec

The Nexus 7 is an Android tablet computer co-developed by Google and Asus, the first tablet entry in the Nexus series. The Nexus 7 is a 7-inch tablet, primarily competing with similar devices such as the Nook Tablet, Kindle Fire and the Blackberry Playbook.

The Nexus 7 was unveiled at Google I/O on June 27, 2012 for release by mid-July, and became available for pre-order through Google Play the same day. The Nexus 7 shipped with the latest version of Android, 4.3, codenamed Jelly Bean. Additionally, it will ship with Chrome as its web browser.

The Nexus 7 is based on the Asus MeMO ME370T, although many aspects of the device were modified during a 4 month design process. The tablet features:

  • 7-inch LED backlit 1280×800@60Hz 18-bit pixel IPS display (Hydis HV070WX2) fused to Corning scratch-resistant glass
  • 1.3 GHz Quad-core (plus one “companion” core) Nvidia Tegra 3 processor with a 12-core graphics chip (T30L – 4 x Cortex A9 SoC)
  • 1 GB DDR3 RAM (Hynix HTC2G83CFR)
  • NFC (NXP 65N04)
  • Wi-Fi b/g/n with Bluetooth 4.0 (Broadcom BCM4330 paired with AzureWave AW-NH665)
  • Gyroscope and accelerometer (Invensense MPU-6050), magnetometer
  • GPS (Broadcom BCM4751)
  • Front-facing 1.2 MP camera (Aptina MI 1040)
  • Rechargeable 4325 mAh, 16 Wh Li-ion non-removable battery
  • As with all Google Nexus program devices, Nexus 7 also features a pogo pin interface available for future accessories.No MicroSD card slot is available, however, as the user is expected to take advantage of the Google Cloud Storage.


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