One of the greatest mysteries for lovers of aggressive customization was if it would be possible to root a device with Android Nougat given extra security measures that Google has added to this new version of our favorite operating system. With DM-Verity, Android poria check if terminal is rooted, making it impossible that certain apps work.
But as it has happened with all versions of Android, He has always left some developer who has got this advanced access to our terminals, giving the starting gun so that the other students can start to develop your ROMs, modules, and other applications. On this occasion, as in Marshmallow, it has been Chainfire who has rooted a Google Pixel.
— Chainfire XDA (@ChainfireXDA) October 27, 2016
The developer (which, in case you didn’t know already), is the maintainer of SuperSU) acquired the terminal and quickly put hands to work for the benefit of the community. Today, on his Twitter account, has shown its Pixel image asking for confirmation of SuperSU to gain access to the root system.
This It has been possible to disabling DM-Verity and modified with a tracking to “cheat” the system, though, says, you are looking for alternatives to make a ‘root systemless’ that do not require these modifications and thus simplify the process. It is a matter of time, we hope, any holder of a Pixel can root your phone without problems.