Nexus 9 USB Driver

USB DriverThe Nexus 9 USB drive is using the Google USB driver. You can find the driver on this website located here. You should download the latest drive in order for this to work. Below you can find the process of installing this driver onto your computer and connecting the Nexus 9 mobile phone to your computer so you can transfer files to and fro from your mobile device.

Nexus 9 USB Driver

Download the Google USB driver from this website and extract the file to a directory onto your computer. The file is normally called ( Now you will need to open your device manager in order to update the driver for the device which would normally be showing an error. Likewise see also the Nexus 7 USB Drivers as well as the article on the Nexus 6 USB Driver.

The Nexus 9 tablet uses a Micro-USB 2.0 cable for both charging and data transfer. Just a heads-up, though: the Nexus 9 doesn’t do the wireless charging thing, so you’ll need to stick with the cable. It’s always a good idea to use the right kind of charging cable to make sure your device works its best and lasts a long time. See also the Nexus 5 USB Driver on here.


How to install the Nexus 9 USB Driver

  • 1. Click Start menu and right-click on Computer.
  • 2. Click Manage.
  • 3. Click Device Manager in left pane.
  • 4. In Device Manager window, expand categories and locate the device
  • 5. Right-click on the device name and select Update Driver Software
  • 6. Click on Browse to find the location of the downloaded driver file.
  • 7. Find the files you had just extracted for the Google USB driver and click on the .inf file;
  • 8. Click on Next button to install the driver.
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Can I use a different cable to charge my Nexus 9?

Absolutely, you’ve got the lowdown! You can totally use a different Micro-USB 2.0 cable to charge your Nexus 9. But keep in mind, the charging speed might not be the same with every cable and power source.

And hey, if you’re in a pinch without a charger or cable, here are a few backup options:

  • Power Bank: These are like portable batteries. You charge them up, and then they can juice up your Nexus 9 when you’re on the go.
  • Another Battery: In a pinch, you can use another battery to give your Nexus 9 a boost. It’s like jumping your car battery but for your tablet.
  • USB Ports: If you’re near a computer or some other USB power source, you can plug your Nexus 9 in using a USB cable.
  • Solar-Powered Chargers: These are cool if you’re out and about in the sun. They use solar energy to charge up your devices.

Just a heads up: while these backup methods can save the day when you don’t have your regular charger, they might not be as fast or efficient. Lastly also see the Visioneer OneTouch 7300 as well as the Nexus 6P USB Driver.


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Nexus 9 USB Driver