Common Google Nexus 9 problems and how to fix them
The Google’s Nexus 9 is a great tablet for most users and got a lot of good rated. However, there are some problems came from users that make the tablet aren’t perfect. Here’s ways how to fix them.
Speakers don’t sound good enough
As you know (or maybe don’t know yet), the default music player of Google’s Android doesn’t bring much effect to play your music. So, if you would like to hear your music nicer, there is an app called Poweramp, which has a good EQ feature to equalize the sound.
Battery charging too slow
When your Google’s Nexus 9 running out of battery, you will find a place to charge the device. However, it seems the task going too slow and take much time to charge the battery fully. According to a Google note, a big device needs a good power source to charge it and if you plug the cable into your desktop or laptop or power bank to charge it, the task will go slowly and take more time to fully charge the battery.
So, we recommend you to find a power outlet and plug cable to charge your Nexus 9 tablet, not from a USB port.
Battery runs out quickly
You read somewhere and see most users can use the Nexus 9 tablet for more than 5 to 6 hours in mix task like play games, surf the web, listen to music and so on. However, your tablet running out of battery very soon. What’s the problem?
There are some factors that make the Nexus 9 battery empty quickly, such as display brightness, background apps, GPS, Bluetooth and some features you don’t actually need. So, to gain more battery life for your tablet, just reduce the display brightness, kill background apps, disable features you don’t need like “Location Service”, GPS.
Device is slow and laggy?
Many Nexus 9 users reported they got performance issues with the first release of Google’s Android Lollipop, but those issues gone in next updates, like Android 5.0.1 or Android 5.1.1. There’s no specific details to know where’s the problem, but if your Nexus 9 runs slow and the problem still happens after upgrade to the latest version of Android, then you should downgrade your Nexus firmware. How to do it? Just visit Google Developers’s website and download your Nexus 9 factory image file, and flash the firmware.
Problems with Wi-Fi connection
Some users reported to us about Wi-Fi connection, it’s unstable. This would be happening with the first release of Android 5.0 Lollipop (as mentioned above) and be sure to upgrade to the latest version of Lollipop to fix it. Your router can be a problem to make the Wi-Fi connection isn’t stable. If you are having problems with Wi-Fi access point, try to forget the network, reboot and reconnect again. Here are commons Google’s Nexus 9 problems that you may see in your tablet. Let’s fix your tablet! If there is any question, feel free to ask by leaving comments below.