The title may mislead you because I did it on purpose. The answer to this dilemna that had been hounding users for so long ever since Lollipop came out is that there is no fix to this.
Sure, some users may be lucky to be able to fix the Nexus 7 bootloop problem if they managed to get past the boot and into the recovery menu. But if you get stuck at the Google logo for all eternity? Well, I am sorry but you are out of luck.
This is also what happened to me. Nexus Root Toolkit did not do the trick. All other forum posts did not solve the problem either.
Google and Asus, whoever is at fault here have left this issue dead.
The Nexus 7 tablet for me was the best in terms of size and hardware. However, I doubt I will be buying another tablet because of this …
The obvious answer is no. This is Google’s domain in the first place. And it is not like people are paying a subscription for it or something. If bloggers do not like how Google is managing its search engine rankings by penalizing those selling links, then they should stay out of it.
I do not like what Google is doing either because it hurts my monetizing chances at earning something while doing what I enjoy: blogging.
However, Google can do whatever they want. It is like in a chatroom. If an officer and owner of a chatroom is abusive and kicks every other chatter out of the channel, what can they do? It is the kicker’s room after all. If they do not like it, then they stay out of it.
I think that situation is the same way as to how Google handles black hat SEO.
The frustration against Google is simply that bloggers cannot make any more money from services like paid posts and/or paid text links.
Yes, the era of paid posts and paid links is coming to an end soon. The only thing left for bloggers now is to make the most of it while some of those services are still operational.
A few days ago, when I read the headline of an article that Google surpassed Apple as the most valuable brand in the world, it did not surprise me. They were bound to catch up sooner or later.
Google has been innovating so many different things. While Apple? It cannot be denied that they were the first who took the bold step in producing touch screen devices but after that, they have been in a slow pace.
People keep saying because Steve Jobs had passed away that Apple has not been innovating after that. I do not agree.
Just like how computers came to be, the models have been the same ever since. Only the hardware kept upgrading.
This is the same case as smartphones and tablets and Apple has been stuck with these products.
True, they have made millions because of them but again, Google has many newer things and it is only fitting that their stock value rose up.
Congratulations Google! Here is hoping those exaggerated overpriced price tags of Apple devices go down. Not now for sure but in the long run, that could happen.