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If you don't wish to use the USB cable, you can always transfer files wirelessly between your Nexus and PC via the cloud. Since you already have a gmail account, use your Google Drive account to store files and access them by both your PC and Nexus 7. If you haven't set up your Google Drive account, here's how: Google Drive Cloud Storage File Backup for Photos Docs More
Tap "Install" on the next screen to confirm. When Flash is installed, head into your phone's stock browser (again, Google Chrome won't support your newly-installed Flash apk). On Android 3.0 or later, go to Menu (three dots next to the address bar on some phones) > Settings > Advanced > Enable plug-ins.
If they are using a mobile device management system like Amtel (the best one) then you can't, at least not without your school knowing. If your school went for a poorer MDM solution, they should have got Amtel - because then it could turn off games when you're at school, and turn them on again when you go home.
The Nexus 7 does not come with a built in camera app. I guess Google figures since there is only a front-facing camera that folks won't be taking too many photos. I recently came across an app on Google play that will allow you to launch the camera to easily take photos. You can find the Camera Launcher App for Nexus 7 on Google Play.
Depending on what your question means I may be able to help. You are unlikely to be able to plug you camera in directly to your Nexus but with a USB card reader, a 'USB on the go' cable (available from Amazon) and Nexus Media Importer app you can view and copy stuff from your camera memory card. This works a treat. A standard USB cable won't work. Alternatively you can plug your nexus USB cable into your PC and manage your Nexus folders.