Nexus 9

Nexus 9

The Google Nexus 9 by HTC is the best tablet of 2014 and since it is a Nexus gets all the new android updates and love as soon as Google releases there source code. This page is designed to help you learn all you need to know about how the Nexus 9 works and runs. It will teach you how to factory reset the device. unlock the bootloader, root the device, install custom recovery and backup your data, along with installing custom roms and much more. start with the first video and work your way down the list enjoy and have some fun. Note Learn read and learn some more before you start this process 🙂

How to Enter fastboot and bootloader Mode along with stock recovery mode

1.  Power off your Nexus 9

2.  hold Volume Down then hold the power button until the screen turns on and you will be in hboot / bootloader mode

3.  to enter fastboot press power button again from this screen

4.  Enter recovery scroll down once with volume down and select recovery with the Power button.

Note volume up and down are the scroll buttons and power is the select or enter button.


Google Nexus 9 Full Review Android 5.0 Lollipop

Nexus 9 Game play with awesome sound from the front speakers

How to unlock the Bootloader on the HTC Nexus 9 Android 5.0 Lollipop

Super simple root on the Nexus 9 with just a couple clicks

How to Root your Nexus 5, 7, 9, & 10 that is on Android 5.0 Lollipop with CF Auto Root

Nexus 9 ElementalX Custom Kernel Install and Benchmarks

How to Manually update to the Newest firmware on the Nexus 9

Super Easy Way To install TWRP Recovery On the Nexus 9

How to Manually factory reset your Nexus 9 in stock Android recovery





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20 thoughts on “Nexus 9”

  1. You forgot to tell that I have access to this awesome method if I’ll pay 39 bugs a month for I method I don’t know if it will word? Sorry – no way. I’d have no problem to pay 39 bugs after it has worked once but not in this way!

  2. Any new idea FRP Nexus 9 LTE 7.1.1 security patchlevel February 2017? I’ve tried already all of the methods I found in internet including dirtycow, ADB sideload e. g. but no success.
    Thank you guys 🙂

  3. So…

    You can still get into the Settings area (Chrome, etc) by using the Accessibility / Talk / Settings / swipe method. I was even able to setup my email via one of the help links (there are a few “pop-out” links that’ll take you to a gmail login screen) and have access to Gmail. However, even that would not add the account in the traditional manner such that it adds the email as a “previously used” email. Looks like currently the 7.1.1 (May 5th, 2017) update has things pretty locked down.

    As a note, I also tried the Account Manager fix (“corrupt” error message) as well as the DCP Test (no permissions – even after turning on the “admin” properties for the app) and the “Shortcut” app. Glad my device is so locked-down but looks like I’ll be sending my refurbed Nexus back to the previous owner to disable stuff. Sucks as it was supposed to be a present for my mother’s birthday.


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