1. How To Unlock Bootloader In Google Pixel Running Android P '9.0':
  2. How To Root Google Pixel Running Android P '9.0'

Nowadays, it seems we are in the arena of Android P. Just a week after the launch of Android 8 Oreo in the middle of last year, we've been coming across many leaks. At first it was said that Google has already started working on the Android P '9.0' — later on, many people come up with the idea of what Google might name the Android P '9.0' which lead us to write about top 15 suggested names of Android P '9.0'.

As time went by, a leak appeared online which reads (Finally, we have a suitable name for Android 9 "Pineapple Pie", What Is Google's Next Plan) Yet, we only noticed Other people calling it Android P without the name that teased online. Anyways, am not surprise about all this (history is repeating itself), it happened during the time of Android 7 Nougat, also repeated itself in Android 8 Oreo — so what makes you not to think that it'll still happen this time again.

Few days back, Google Officially released the first Android P '9.0' developer preview and thus, it's only available for Google pixels only. However, we can't say it'll be stable at the moment, remember it's still the developers preview and it is made to be flashed manually by developers but you can still flash it on your phone as well.

It is so unfortunate that the developer preview of Android P '9.0' is only made available for Pixel phones but am certain that most of us that doesn't own a Pixel device must love to have at least the look & feel of the Android P '9.0' and that lead us in writing about the Android P '9.0' pixel launcher APK which you can definitely download in your smartphone and make use of it.

However, since we are in the arena of Android P '9.0', I'll be sharing with you how to root and check root in Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL running Android P '9.0'. Basically, we have been able to accomplish the rooting process because of the developers preview that has already surfaced online.

Hence, it should be how to unlock Bootloader, install TWRP Recovery, Root and Check Root On Google Pixel devices running Android P '9.0' but since we have already unlocked bootloader in our pixel phone when it was running on Android 8 Oreo “follow the procedure to unlock your Google pixel bootloader if you have not“, we only tried rooting it and how to check root in Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL running Android P '9.0' — we will update you if there's any changes meanwhile, take your time to read the disclaimer as well as the important things to do first before proceeding with this tutorial.

» Disclaimer:
AndroBliz should not be held responsible for any damages or loss you get following this procedure, hence we're here to offer help and guide to you "user at your own risk".

» Important:
★ Ensure total backup of your Data before proceeding with the steps below.

★ Endure that you have at least 70-80 percent battery on your Razer Phone.

★ Make sure you have enabled your USB Debug hand OEM Unlock. To do this, Navigate to your Settings => About Phone => Click on Build Number Seven Times to become a developer => Head-back to your Settings and tap on Developers Option => Toggle on USB Debugging and OEM Unlock.

★ Ensure that your ADB and Fastboot are setup and working fine on your computer (Windows, Mac or Linux).

» Pre-Requisites: 
Make sure your Google pixel is running Android P developer preview, if you haven't flash in the developer preview of Android P '9.0' on your pixel smartphone, then download and install it from here.

» Downloads:
Download modified TWRP Recovery for your respective Google Pixel smartphone from below links, make sure to download the .img file. Once downloaded, rename it to recovery.img and place it in platform-tools folder.
Download below file and place the zip file in internal memory of your Google Pixel smartphone.

How To Root Android P '9' - Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Google Pixel 2 & Google Pixel 2 XL:

★ Boot To Fastboot:
Turn of your pixel phone and boot to recovery by holding volume up + power button. However, you can also boot into fastboot while your device is on by following the below procedure.
  • Connect Google pixel device to computer using usb cable. 
  • Open command prompt (for Windows) or Terminal (for Mac and Linux).
  • Navigate to platform-tools folder and issue below command.

adb reboot bootloader
Mac and Linux:
./adb reboot bootloader
★ Boot TWRP Recovery:
On Google Pixel Smartphone Open command prompt (for Windows) or Terminal (for Mac and Linux). Navigate to platform-tools folder and issue below command.
fastboot boot recovery.img
Mac and Linux
./fastboot boot recovery.img
You should now boot into TWRP recovery on your Google Pixel smartphone. Make sure to choose “Keep read only“.

★ Root Android P '9.0' Using Magisk
Once in TWRP click on Install, then select Magisk zip file downloaded in Downloads, and swipe to confirm flashing zip file.

★ Reboot Into Android
Head-back to TWRP main menu, then on Reboot and then on System and you will boot into Android. Boom! all work are done, congratulations you have successfully rooted your Pixel phone. However, to confirm if your device is rooted successfully or not then you have to learn

How To: Check Root On Google Pixel:

If by any chance you want to check if your pixel device is rooted or not, download Root Checker app from the Download section above, open it and click on Verify Root. If you are rooted you will get an appropriate message.

How To Root Android P '9' - Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Google Pixel 2 & Google Pixel 2 XL:

We've seen what Google has been planning for almost a year now, the work of Android P '9.0' began immediate after the launch of Android 8 Oreo just a week after the launch date. This has not been an easy task for them but at the same time they delivered on time regardless of what people thought about the Android 8 Oreo. However, we hope high for this new update to come which is already in Developer Preview not to have much bugs like what people complained in the Android 8 Oreo.

If you're a pixel user and wants to check out the new Android P '9.0', you still have enough time to download it and flash it manually and to most of us who don't own any but wants to get Android P '9.0' look on their phone - I guess that Android P '9.0' pixel launcher APK should be enough for now, simply download it, install it and flex it on your phone!!!


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