HOW TO ACTIVATE OEM UNLOCK In NEXUS 6 AND 9

If anything distinguishes the gadgets of the Nexus line Google, the other devices within the Android ecosystem, is the benefit with which the bootloader could be unlocked, either to offer root, install a custom recovery or install an ROM totally different. It doesn’t matter what you are going to do, step one at all times enveloped unlock the bootloader through ADB. That is true of earlier generations of Nexus devices: Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus July 2012, July 2013 Nexus, Nexus 10. However not so within the case of newcomer Nexus 6 and 9. In the case of those two teams first it’s a must to allow the OEM Unlock.

Then we’ll show you how one can activate the option OEM Unlock the Nexus 6 and 9.

What’s the bootloader?

The boot loader (bootloader) is the code that executes earlier than any operating system begins to run. The boot loader idea is universal for nearly all operating systems. The bootloader is “specific processor” or plate and every motherboard has its specific bootloader for that plate.

As I noted above, within the case of Nexus 6 Nexus and 9 earlier than you’ll be able to unlock the bootloader, then you first need to activate the OEM Unlock on each device. Here we’ll present how:

1. Go to the setup menu Nexus 6 or 9.

2. Choose the option “About Phone”.

3. Perform tap 7 times on the Build Number choice to allow the options for the developer (developer options) within the configuration menu.

4. In the menu of options for the developer (developer options) activate the Enable OEM unlock switch.Screenshot_2015-02-04-00-48-46-960x540

5. Done.

 

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