If you know enough the reason to why root Nexus 6P is a must, but you are hesitating to do because you are afraid to make mistakes doing command process in your computer to your device, or undergoing technical process, this guide is just right for you.
No cables needed, just a stable internet connection, and you are good to go.
- Fill your battery up to at least 80%. This is to prevent interruption in the middle of the root process. It could brick your device if that happens.
- Back up all files to avoid data loss due to the process.
Navigate to Settings, then go to Security. Enable ‘Unknown sources’ by ticking the box beside.
Download through your device browser the latest KingRoot APK.
Go to the KingRoot APK download location in your device and install the APK and wait for it to finish.
Once installed, go back to home, and open the newly installed KingRoot app.
Appearing in this app is your root status and your model number. So, in rooting the Nexus 6P, click on ‘TRY TO ROOT’ button. Wait for the loading screen to be 100%, until the app will indicate that you are successful.
KingRoot is actually an app that lets you access root through its own application. But this is not permanent, so you cannot restart after. So instead of going through manual pressing of keys to go to bootloader mode, installing custom recoveries and flashing SuperSU (which overwrite binaries), with Framaroot, there is no flashing needed, for this app will install SuperSU for you with just one click, while it is powered on.
To make root permanent, follow the next steps.
Through your browser, download Framaroot apk this time
In your downloads directory, install Framaroot apk. Wait until it is done.
Now, go back to home menu and open Framaroot app. It will ask you to install SuperSU for permanent root, so do it.
Bravo! Now, you know how this Nexus 6P root works. You have successfully rooted Nexus 6P!Indulge to the freedom you have and do not hesitate to explore things you can do with it.