22.02.2013

Nexus 7: Encrypting all data

After loosing all data on a completely discharged Nexus 7 (look here), i decided to encrypt the storage with my own password, so that i should be able to give the right pin into the "type password to decrypt storage"-question (hopefully).
  • Advantage:
    never loose my data again
  • Disadvantage
    on every bootup i have to enter my new pin....
First step: go to ->settings:

select "Encrypt tablet". If your tablet is not plugged in and not completely charged you get:

After plugging in and charging you get:

Tapping on "Encrypt tablet" leads to:

And then:

Ok... Irreversible and many reboots... Scared? ;-)
GO!

And after some reboots i had to give my password to decrypt storage for bootup:

(This is exactly the same screen, which was shown after rebooting the completely discharged Nexus 7. So hopefully after next complete discharge, i can start the Nexus without loosing all data)

16.02.2013

Android Update: 4.2.2

Three months after the upgrade from Android 4.2 to 4.2.1 i got the option to update my Nexus 7 to 4.2.2. As before there is no official statement about the bugfixes or changes in this new version. The only thing is the confirmation screen the:
After the update the system information shows this:

The size of the update was 47.7 MB. Some applications had network errors after thttp://dietrichschroff.blogspot.de/2014/11/android-update-50.htmlhe update (like the ebay app), but after a restart everthing was fine again...
The really nice thing with Nexus 7 is, that you get every Android update....