ASUS Nexus 7 Parts
Replacement parts for your ASUS Nexus 7 model to fix your broken tablet!
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Nexus 7 (2nd Gen) Replacement Battery
Replace a C11P1303 battery compatible with a 2nd generation ASUS Nexus 7 tablet.
Nexus 7 (2nd Gen Wi-Fi) LCD Board
Replace a corroded, damaged, or malfunctioning LCD daughter board containing the micro USB socket. This part is compatible with a model ME571K Nexus 7.
Nexus 7 (2nd Gen) Screen
Replace a front glass digitizer screen compatible with the second generation Wi-Fi ASUS Google Nexus 7 2013 tablet. Model #K008 ME571K. Features a 7 inch LED Backlit 1920...
Nexus 7 (1st Gen) Replacement Battery
Replace a battery compatible with the 1st generation 2012 model Google Nexus 7.
Nexus 7 (2nd Gen Wi-Fi) Volume and Power Cable
Fix unresponsive volume and power buttons by replacing the internal button switches and their flex cable. This part is compatible with a 2nd generation 2013 Wi-Fi model G...
Nexus 7 (2nd Gen LTE) SIM Card Tray
Replace a missing or damaged SIM card tray.
Nexus 7 (2nd Gen Wi-Fi) Replacement Battery
Replace a battery compatible with the 2nd generation Wi-Fi model 2013 Google Nexus 7 tablet. Battery #C11P1303. 15 Watt Hours (Wh). 3.8 Volts (V).
Nexus 7 (2nd Gen) USB Charging Cable
Replace a damaged or missing USB cable for connecting the 2nd generation 2013 model Nexus 7 to an AC Adapter or other device.
Nexus 7 (2nd Gen LTE) Volume and Power Cable
Replace the internal buttons for the volume and power buttons for the 2nd generation 2013 LTE model Google Nexus 7.
Nexus 7 (1st Gen) Charging Assembly and Headphone Jack
Fix a corroded or damaged charge/data port or headphone jack by replacing the charging assembly. This part is compatible with a 1st generation 2012 model Google Nexus 7 (...
The Google Nexus 7 (manufactured by ASUS) was announced in June of 2012.
The Nexus 7 is a 7-inch tablet computer with a 1280×800 pixel display. It was the first device to run Android 4.1, and to make content available through Google Play, including e-books, apps, music, and video. It was followed in 2013 by the 2nd Generation Nexus 7.