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Root Android 7.1.1 Dev Preview 2 on Nexus 6P, 5X, Nexus 6

Root Android 7.1.1

Google is right now taking off Android 7.1.1 developer preview 2 with build number NPF26F. The update is taking off as an OTA just as fastboot flashable manufacturing plant pictures.

Shockingly, the Android 7.1.1 developer 2 additionally included help for Nexus devices which authoritatively upheld Android 7.0 Nougat. The rundown of devices which will get the Android 7.1.1 dev to see 2 is as per the following:

  • Nexus 6P (fisher)
  • Nexus 5X (bullhead)
  • Pixel C (ryu)
  • Nexus 6 (shamu)
  • Nexus 9 (volantis)
  • The Nexus Player (fugu)

Root Android 7.1.1

Fortunately, you can root Android 7.1.1 dev see 2 is as yet equivalent to NPF10C. All you gotta do is flash the most recent SuperSU zip by means of TWRP recovery and you’ll have root. Or on the other hand, if you’re into Pokemon Go or use Android Pay, you should need to use the Magisk systemless interface joined phh’s Superuser to get the root access since Magisk will enable you to debilitate root on-the-fly when required.

How to Root Android 7.1.1 Dev Preview 2 (NPF26F) with SuperSU

Download SuperSU v2.78 SR4

  1. Download and transfer the SuperSU compress file from the download link above to your device’s stockpiling.
  2. Boot your device into TWRP recovery.
  3. Tap on Install and select the SuperSU compress file that you transferred to your device in Step 1.
  4. In the wake of choosing the .compress file, do Swipe to Confirm Flash on the base of the screen to start the flashing procedure.
  5. Once SuperSU is flashed, you’ll get Reboot System option, select it.
  6. Congrats! Your device ought to be rooted now. Search for the SuperSU app in the app drawer.

Also See: Install TWRP Recovery on Xperia M4 Aqua

How to Root Android 7.1.1 Dev Preview 2 (NPF26F) with Magisk and phh’s SuperUser

  1. Install Magisk systemless interface on your Android device.
  2. Download and transfer the phh’s SuperUser .zip file to your device.
  3. Boot your device into TWRP recovery, tap the Install button and flash the phh’s SuperUser .compress file from there.
  4. When phh’s SuperUser .zip file is flashed, reboot your device.
  5. Download/Install phh’s SuperUser app from the Play Store.
  6. Install the Magisk Manager .apk file (download link above) to your device like you’d install some other APK file.
  7.  Magisk director app will be useful when you incidentally need to debilitate root access on the device to have the option to use Android Pay, Play Pokemon Go, and so on.
  8. That’s it in a nutshell. Enjoy root access on your Nexus 5X, 6P, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus Player and Pixel C running on Android 7.1.1 engineer review 2 with build NPF26F.

 

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