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  1. Hi Guys, Having rooted the nexus 6p (again), downloaded the latest version of NetHunter for the android device, I was wondering if anyone else is using it without problems? Cheers 😎
  2. Hi Guys, Jailbreaking the Nexus 6p is not without its problems, as there really is a ton of rubbish information out there! Followed one chap who was using the same setup, downloaded onto the windows 10, went through the process (debugging USB, Developer, Admin, etc.,) but the OEM decided to switch from on to off and then greyed out. Obviously it was not greyed out before, and now the device is still rooted, still have developer rights, but the OEM is greyed out. The best thing is that it shows that the 'bootloader' needs to be activated, which is where I am stuck at the moment.
  3. Hi Guys, I have read quite a bit about rooted and unrooted Android devices running Nethunter, and thought that this could be of interest: Android 9.0 Pie was released on August 6, 2018, but the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X, Google's most recent Nexus phones, remained on Android 8.1 Oreo. These two devices will continue to get security patches until November 2018, at which point they will have officially reached the end of software support. Does this mean that if someone buys one of the devices shown, that it will not be protected if left unrooted? Should they then root the device and c
  4. Interesting instructable on the nexus 7: http://www.instructables.com/id/Google-Nexus-7-first-thoughts/
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