Updated Sept 09, 2017 – Google recently launched the latest and sweetest version of Android yet, Android Oreo 8.0. The new version of Android came with a lot of features like picture in picture mode, lock screen shortcuts, smart text selection and more. However, you can improve these features and add more functionality if you root your phone running Android Oreo 8.0.
As of now, the latest version of Android is only available for the Google Pixel and the Nexus devices. We have previously covered how to root post for devices running Android O. In this post, we will be covering how to system less root your Google Pixel XL running Android Oreo 8.0.Check out > Download and Install Android Oreo OTA Update For Pixel and Nexus Devices
If you have updated your Pixel XL To Official Oreo firmware and now want to get root access on your Google Pixel XL running the latest stable version of Android 8.0 Oreo then we have got you covered.Follow the guide to safely and Systemlessly Root Pixel XL on Android Oreo.
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How to systemlessly root Pixel XL on Android Oreo 8.0
- First, download the files from the above links.
- Now transfer the downloaded files to the internal storage of your device.
- Now connect your Pixel XL to your PC using the USB cable and then follow this guide to install the TWRP mod: How to Install TWRP Recovery via Fastboot On Any Android Device
- Once you have installed the TWRP recovery, boot into TWRP by long pressing power and volume buttons for a few seconds and selecting recovery from the bootloader menu.
- Click on the Install option from the main screen and select and flash the SuperSU config file.
- Then select install again and flash the SuperSU file now.
- Choose Systemless SBIN in the aroma installer option for SuperSu Config and leave the remaining options as default.
- Now reboot your phone and boot again to TWRP using the above method.
- Now Install the SuperSU hide file from your TWRP and then reboot again to gain systemless root on your Pixel XL.
If you are stuck at any point, feel free to comment below for help.