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How to root Google Pixel and Pixel XL in 8 steps.

The wait is finally over! Android tinkerers can now go ahead and root their Pixel, Pixel XL smartphones. Here’s how to go about it.

Pixel and Pixel XL comes with the latest version of Android 7 nougat, not only this the new phone comes with lots of new features which you will enjoy on the latest Google Phones. A few months back there are rumors that Pixel phones are might not be easy to root and not event possible to unlock the boot loader.

To root your google pixel and pixel XL here 3 different file are given download all those files and simply follow steps to root your device.

So in this tutorial, we will show you how to root Google Pixel and Pixel XL with Magisk system less root. Before following the guide make sure you take the backup of your file and save them on some safe place.

Warning: androidjungles.com is not responsible for any damage or brick  that might happen to your phone during this process.

Step 1 : Download all this required file.

Step 2. Transfer the latest Magisk zip file to your Pixel phone and remember the location of the file.

Step 3 : Boot your Pixel phone into TWRP recovery, tap the Install button and flash the Magisk zip file from there. Reboot your device.

Step 4 : Once the phone is booted, transfer the phh’s SuperUser .zip file to your Pixel phone and remember the location of the file.

 

Step 5 : Now Boot your Pixel phone into TWRP recovery, tap the Install button and flash the phh’s SuperUser .zip file from there.

Step 6 : Once the phh’s SuperUser .zip file is successfully flashed on your Pixel phone, reboot your device.

Step 7 : Download and Install phh’s SuperUser app from the Play Store.

Step 8 : Install the Magisk Manager .apk file (download link above) on your phone. That’s all. Enjoy system less root with Magisk on your new Google Pixel or Pixel XL phone.

How to root Google Pixel and Pixel XL in 8 steps.
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Ashish Patel

Hey, Guys, It’s Ashish, Founder of Android Jungles. I spend most of my free time creating content for my YouTube channeland this website.
I started my YouTube channel at age 20 and my goal was to teach people what they can do with their gadgets.

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