How To Root HTC Nexus 9 And Unlock Its Bootloader Find out how to root the HTC Nexus 9 and unlock its bootloader with the easiest method and step by step instructions. Nexus series from Google is very popular because of its awesome hardware in less price and experience of stock Android. The new tablet from HTC and Google the Nexus 9 is no doubt one of the best tablet out there. The device come with a 8.9-inch beautiful display with screen resolution of 1536 x 2048 pixels and Gorilla Glass 3 protection. Nexus 9 is packed with a 2.3 GHz Dual-core Nividia Tegra K1 processor and chipset with Kepler DX1 GPU. Nexus 9 has 16/32 GB of internal storage with 2 GB of RAM, but it does not support any external SDcard. The device come with a 8 MP rear camera with flash and Full HD(1080p) video recording support, and also a 1.6 MP 720p front facing camera is given for video chat and selfies. Image Source : Google.Com Warnings: Below are some warning statements that you must be knowing before preparing to Root or Install Custom Rom/Recovery in your Android Smartphone/Tablet: Rooting/Installing Custom ROM/Recovery is not an authorized process hence you’ll be losing all your warranty benefits over your Android Smartphone after Rooting/Installing it. There are certain risks of damaging your Android Smartphone/Tablets while Rooting/Installing Custom ROM/Recovery in it. Hence, it is recommended that you proceed at your own risk and we are not to be held responsible even if your Smartphone gets damaged during or after completing the Rooting/Custom ROM/Recovery installation process. You might not receive any future official software or firmware updates after rooting and installing Custom ROM/Recovery in your Android Smartphone. Before You Begin: You need a Windows based PC or Laptop. This method is working and tested on Nexus 9 only. Download and Install Nexus USB Drivers. Enable USB Debugging in your Nexus 9.Click Here if you don’t know how to enable. Your device must be charged 50% minimum. Make backup of device data for safety. Download Required Files: ADB & Fastboot CF-Autoroot Package How To Unlock Bootloader: First of all make sure that followed all the steps given above. Make sure USB Debugging is enabled and USB drivers are installed properly in your device. Now go to Settings > Developer Option and Enable OEM unlock option. Download ADB & Fastboot file from Download section above and extract it in a folder. Connect your device with USB Cable to PC and make sure your PC detects your device. If not make sure you have proper drivers installed. If your device show any popup about USB Debugging, Accept it by pressing OK. Now open the folder where adb & fastboot zip file is extracted, and then open the Win32 folder and press and hold the SHIFT button + Mouse right click and select Open command window here. Type adb reboot bootloader command in CMD to boot your device in Bootloader mode. You can boot it by powering off your device and then start it by holding Power Button and Volume Down Button same time. Now select FASTBOOT option in Bootloader mode (Use Volume Button for up and down and Power button for selection). Once your device in FASTBOOT Mode, Enter the following command in CMD and press enter: fastboot oem unlock Confirm unlocking the bootloader by pressing Volume Up button when prompted. Your device will automatically reboot after completing the process of unlocking. How To Root Your Nexus 9: Download the CF-Autoroot package from above and make sure that bootloader is unlocked. Extract the CF-Autoroot files in ADB & Fastboot > Win32 folder Now open the folder where adb & fastboot zip file is extracted, and then open the Win32 folder and press and hold the SHIFT button + Mouse right click and select Open command window here. Now reboot your device in Bootloader mode, Type adb reboot bootloader command in CMD to boot your device in Bootloader mode. You can boot it by powering off your device and then start it by holding Power Button and Volume Down Button same time. Now boot your device from inject.img by typing fastboot boot inject.img in CMD. Now flash the patched kernel in your device by typing fastboot flash boot patched.img in CMD (It’ll root your device). Reboot your device using following command in CMD: fastboot reboot That’s it!! Your Nexus 9 is rooted now and bootloader is unlocked.. Related PostsHow to Root and Flash Custom Recovery On HTC One Google Play EditionHow To Root And Install TWRP Recovery On AT&T HTC One M8How to Root HTC Butterfly (X920D) Easiest MethodHow To Root And Install TWRP Custom Recovery In HTC One M8How To Root and Install Custom Recovery on HTC Desire X Dual SIMTop Best Custom ROMs For LG Nexus 5 Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.