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Nexus 7(2013) tablet's partition table?
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Hi everyone..I recently bought a 2nd gen Nexus 7, and while I was flashing, my usb cable got disconnected. Because of it, my partition tables got all messed up, so now userdata and system are unmountable (Can't even flash to them).

Is there any way I can fix this myself, or will I have to get it exchanged?

Please help, if someone out there would share some light to do this would be appreciated.

Thanks
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#2

Let me get this straight... do you have a recovery set up and running and can you get to it? Can you flash something else via fastboot? Have you tried flashing a stock ROM this way, with the boot.img; recovery.img; system.img; userdata.img;

A .zip Stock ROM should contain these four and should be able to restore everything back to normal.
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(09-21-2013, 03:08 PM)Jklsr58 Wrote:  Let me get this straight... do you have a recovery set up and running and can you get to it? Can you flash something else via fastboot? Have you tried flashing a stock ROM this way, with the boot.img; recovery.img; system.img; userdata.img;

A .zip Stock ROM should contain these four and should be able to restore everything back to normal.

I ended up being able to fix it. While I couldn't flash anything from fastboot, I was able to sideload CM10.2 and then install it.
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#4

Well, congratulations on fixing your device.
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