- Nexus 9
- Never rooted the device and boot loader is locked
- Stuck in a boot loop since an android update
- Factory Reset doesn't work
- Recovery mode doesn't work
- Can't flash anything
- Can't unlock boot loader due to OEM setting
- OEM setting can't be turned on due to boot loop
I bought nexus 9 and I have never rooted this tablet or have done anything fishy to it.
Within few months I received a new android update and I got stuck in a boot loop with a message "Your device is corrupt..." and I lost access to my precious non backed up pictures. However, I have abandoned the pics and decided to try factory reset. I get stuck with a green android icon when I try to factory reset for about half an hour then it reboots, but it still gets stuck in boot loop.
So then I try to start the recovery mode but then I get stuck with a dead green android icon with red warning sign.
So what do I do next? I try to flash a custom recovery program, TWRP.img using fastboot but I can't because the bootloader device status is locked.
So I try to flush all preinstalled img to stock, so I try unlocking boot loader using fastboot oem unlock but I can't because I didn't turn on the OEM permission on before being bricked. If only there were way to turn on OEM from adb but I see a lot of people saying its not possible.
How can I fix my tablet?