You will be able to Learn How to Install TWRP Recovery And How to Root Google Pixel 3 with Android Pie(9.0) . Today we are here with Detail guide on Google Pixel 3 . this all process one by one that easy to understand.
1. INSTALLING CUSTOM ROMS
After rooting your Pixel 3, you can flash a custom ROM or Kernel, which means you can have a new device.
2. REMOVE PREINSTALLED CRAPWARE
The manufacturer won’t allow you to uninstall those preinstalled apps on your Pixel 3. Rooting a device can make them removed easily, which ensures a high running quality.
3. BLOCKING ADS IN ANY APPS
Sick of the pop-up ads when playing games? A rooted device can remove these annoying ads immediately.
4. INSTALL INCOMPATIBLE APPS
Some wonderful apps need the root access if you install them on your Pixel 3. Root your phone, enjoy more apps.
5. KEEP LATEST ANDROID OS
A rooted Android can get the new OS months before the carrier releases the update, often along with a few bonus features.
6. CHANGE SKIN FOR YOUR ANDROID
As you can see, there is only 3 to 4 default skin on your Pixel 3. to change. But if you root your phone and install the new ROMs, you can enjoy the customized and tweaked skins on your device.
7. BOOST YOUR ANDROID DEVICE’S SPEED AND BATTERY LIFE
Some powerful apps like Greenify can close the useless applications automatically, which can effectively improve your device’s performance. Of course, Greenify needs root access.
8. MAKE COMPLETE BACKUPS OF YOUR Pixel 3
An unrooted Android phone can only backup some settings and apps for your device. Titanium can be used on a rooted device to give you a complete backup.
1. ROOT CAN BRICK YOUR Pixel 3
Compared with an unrooted Android device, the rooted one faces a common threat from mis-operation and sometimes you may turn your Android device into a brick.
Avoid this risk: Just download apps from a reliable place like Google play, and, do not delete the files if the files are suggested not to delete by rooting apps.
2. SAY GOOD-BYE TO THE WARRANTY
The Android device manufacturers will not cover the damage after you rooting your Pixel 3. For some brand, we can unroot the device after rooting, so, the manufacturers don’t know if you have rooted your Android device or not. But to make matters worse, Android device manufacturers also go to great lengths to know if your Pixel 3. has been rooted!
3. PROBLEMS WITH UPDATES
Sometimes you root the Android phone to get latest OS but after rooting, you may find that the automatic updates to the firmware stopped. Updates fail to install due to software modifications that occurred while the distribution has been rooted.
BACKUP YOUR Pixel 3 TO PC BEFORE ROOTING
- Connect your Google Pixel 3 to a Windows computer.
- Click on the Open folder to view files option when AutoPlay popup on the PC.
- Copy and paste the files and folders you want from Android phone to the PC.
How to Root Google Pixel 3 with Android Pie(9.0)
Step 1. Remove your security locks such as fingerprint or PIN and set screen lock to “swipe” or “none”. You can re-add these later after rooting. We do this so TWRP doesn’t need to decrypt your phone.
Step 2. Connect your Pixel 3 to your computer and set “File Transfer” ON so you can transfer files to it from your computer.
Step 3. Download the latest TWRP from TWRP.me for YOUR model of Pixel 3.
Step 4. Also download Windows drivers(no drivers needed for Mac or Linux), fastboot.zip, and Magisk.
- Download Windows drivers for Pixel phones
- Download fastboot.zip
- Download Magisk(UPDATED: Use Magisk v16.7 for Android P 9.0 Official)
Step 5. Copy and past the twrp IMAGE file into the fastboot folder.
Step 6. Copy the Magisk and TWRP ZIP file over to your Pixel.
Step 7. Power off your Pixel, then hold down Volume Down and the Power buttons together for about 5 seconds until you enter the bootloader mode. Device state should read “unlocked”, which means you have unlocked your bootloader.
Step 8. Connect a USB cable from your Pixel 3 to your computer.
Step 9. If using Windows, install the drivers. If you don’t know how to do this, please watch the video tutorial as it explains it step-by-step in concise detail.
Step 10. Next open a command prompt for Windows(or terminal for Mac/Linux) and type:
*Note: Replace “xxx” below with the actual filename as every Pixel model uses different file name along with different TWRP version in the file name.
fastboot boot twrp-xxx.img
chmod 755 *
./fastboot-mac boot twrp-xxx.img
chmod 755 *
sudo ./fastboot-linux boot twrp-xxx.img
Step 11. Once in TWRP recovery, install the TWRP ZIP file so you can install it permanently. Also, when you install a new ROM or firmware, you will have to flash this TWRP ZIP file so keep it handy for the next time you install a new ROM.
Step 12. You can use the reboot menu to reboot into recovery and check your TWRP is now permanent.
Step 13. Next, install the Magisk ZIP file.
Step 14. Once rebooted, you should find Magisk app in your app drawer. Run it and if you see a green checkmark next to “installed version” you are fully rooted!
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