Nexus devices have the history of allowing the bootloader unlock on them and the first Nexus tablet from Google is no exception. Showing no difference, Google Nexus 7 does the same. You can unlock the bootloader on the device pretty easily in just two or three steps.
Nexus 7 was announced just yesterday in the first keynote of Google’s I/O conference. Hugo Barra, Director of Product Management, Android, Google, came on the stage holding the tablet in his hands to present it to the world. At a price of $199, and with all those wonderful features + Jelly Bean running on it, I won’t regret saying that it is a device worth the money. Google has made a really good move with Nexus 7 and we’ll wait and see how long their new product will be taking them. Now, let us get to the topic.
How To Unlock Nexus 7 Bootloader
1. Have the Android SDK on your computer.
2. Enable USB Debugging (Go to setting -> Applications -> Development).
3. Open command prompt and give this command : fastboot oem unlock
via Android Central