Android 5.1 OTA is now taking off for the HTC One M9, while Verizon and Rogers as of now have the update pushing out to a great many users, different variations over the globe will likewise be getting 5.1 in an issue couple of days/weeks.
The 5.1 updates is said to bring Stagefright fix for the One M9, which we have been hanging tight fretfully for. Other than that, there’s “Processing plant Reset Protection” include which verifies your device from an industrial facility reset when stolen or lost, making it useless for anybody endeavoring to use it without the first user’s (your) assent.
With respect to the root on HTC One M9 after the Android 5.1 update, well, fortunately, HTC has done not at all like Samsung that breaks root on the device after the update. You can even now root your One M9 like the manner in which you did before using the SuperSU zip and TWRP recovery. The following are brief directions on the off chance that you missed the train on rooting the HTC One M9 on Android 5.0.
Root HTC One M9 on 5.1
Unlock the bootloader
To have the option to root HTC One M9, the primary thing you have to do is open the bootloader on your device so you install TWRP recovery or some other custom recovery on the device later.
Install TWRP Recovery
The second thing you have to do on your HTC One M9 is to install TWRP recovery on the device. Flashing TWRP is a truly clear procedure. You get the TWRP .img file from the teamwin site and flash it on your device. By means of Fastboot using the fastboot flash recovery twrp.img order.
Flash SuperSU from TWRP
Now at long last, in the wake of getting the bootloader opened and TWRP installed. You can root your HTC One M9 running on the 5.1 updates.
Simply snatch the most recent SuperSU from the download link underneath and transfer it your phone. Then boot into TWRP recovery and just flash the SuperSU .compress file. By means of the recovery, no wipe of any sorts required.
When the zip is flashed, reboot your phone and search for the “SuperSU” app in the app drawer. To verify root get to, download a “Root Checker” app from the Play Store.