TWRP Recovery Available for Google Nexus 9

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Google just released its Android 5.0 Lollipop OS along with new Nexus branded devices: Nexus 9 and Nexus 6. Even though everything its quite new when talking about these two handsets, now you can start tweaking the same. A new release of TWRP recovery is here and available for the new Google Nexus 9.

The new custom recovery image will work smoothly on your tablet as we are talking about an official release of the software. Moreover, this latest built of TWRP recovery comes with new features and improvements in order to fit with the new stock recovery that comes pre installed on the new Google Nexus 9.

With TWRP recovery installed on your Nexus 9 you will be able to add custom ROMs like CM11 (and soon CM12), AOKP or ParanoidAndroid, flash custom kernels, remove bloatware, make Nandroid backups and lot more.

As you know, TWRP recovery is the redesigned, touch based and improved version of CWM recovery and it is also one of the most popular custom recovery tool available for the Android system. Of course, by adding this software you will lose the warranty of your Google Nexus 9, but if you are an advanced Android user that shouldn’t be a problem for you.

Now, if you want to flash the latest release of TWRP recovery, don’t hesitate and download it from this page. You can add it on your Nexus 9 by using Android SDK and Fastboot – if you need help, contact us as we can develop a proper step by step guide in order to show you how to make things work.

Also, after testing the new custom recovery image, return here and share your results and general impressions with our readers and with other users who might want to replace the stock recovery on their own Google Nexus 9.

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Andy Stevenson

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