Anonymous, 10 Feb 2016Doesnt make sense having to hack your device in order for it to function properly. I want stoc... morethere are plenty of benefits to flash different roms/kernels. one, kernel can tweak performance. also, alot of rom developers update their roms every 2 weeks or before. and always have the latest security patches.
Anonymous, 09 Feb 2016If these companies can offer rebate upto0 40,% on these occassioons, how.much can they not low... morerecon its to cover the initial cost for RnD as well as then to cover profits
AnonD-497261, 10 Feb 2016I agree with the other post . . must be your device. My Nexus 9 is amazing, as is everyone els... moreDoesnt make sense having to hack your device in order for it to function properly. I want stock android, wich is the main reason why I went nexus. So why would I want to flash something else to it? Also, in order to get the latest updates I need to stay stock.
Anonymous, 09 Feb 2016What a let down this device is. Constant homescreen redraws and lots of delay before you can a... moreI agree with the other post . . must be your device. My Nexus 9 is amazing, as is everyone else's I've spoken to. Why don't you flash a different ROM and see if its a software glitch? One of the main advantages for owning any Nexus device is its flashability, and the Nexus 9 uses F2FS without a hitch. Not to mention first dibs at official Android releases 5 minutes after they're done!!
So either try flashing something else, or hit up HTC for warranty work. Clearly you arent aware of the perks of owning a Nexus, so maybe you should look at other devices.
What a let down this device is. Constant homescreen redraws and lots of delay before you can actually use it after you wake it. Worst tech I've ever purchased considering the price.