Simple method to root Google Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X, jailbreak Nexus 6P to delete default apps and add preferred apps to make your device more powerful.
With lovely Nexus 6P in hand, we see there are apps pre-installed in Nexus 6P that not only takes up resources but also battery-consuming. So, what’s the best way to root and jailbreak Nexus 6P to change this situation? Here is the best Nexus 6P rooting step-by-step guide. The “P” in Nexus 6P apparently stands for “premium,” and Google tasked Chinese firm Huawei with creating the higher-end Nexus. For a lot of people the Nexus 6P will be their first experience with Huawei, and the company has definitely created a device that makes an excellent first impression. It lives up to the “premium” moniker with an anodized aluminum unibody and only a minimal amount of plastic for insulation and radio windows.
Rooting Google Nexus 6P will benefit you a lot – take full control of your own mobile life: download more good apps from Google Play, update the latest Android operating system freely, uninstall pre-installed apps from your device, boost battery life and more. However, many people are also afraid of rooting their Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X, because the rooting process may put the Google Nexus 6P into risk, like be bricked. Actually, you don’t have to worry about it. It isn’t that hard. Blow 2 simple ways are introduced to help you get through the whole process. It only takes you a few minute to have your Nexus 6P rooted.
Optional 1 to root Nexus 6P with MobileGo
The One-Click Root is an advanced feature embedded in MobileGo. It is designed for Android phone and tablet users who want to root their Android devices without any risk. It is safe and reliable to root Nexus 6P with the One-Click Root. Here are the steps to use MobileGo to root Nexus 6P.
Step 2. Use the digital cable your Nexus 6P or Nexus 5X comes with to connect your device with your computer. Or you can try to connect your Nexus 6P with MobileGo via Wi-Fi. When connected successfully, your Nexus 6P will be displayed in MobileGo main window.
Step 3. Click the ‘One-Click Root’ button on the right side of the window, letting the MobileGo do the rooting for you. In the pop-up window, click “Ok” to confirm the rooting. During the rooting process, never disconnect your Nexus 6P. In a few minutes, you’ll find it is done.
Pro: This way could be the safest way to root your Nexus 6P. With this way, you’ll never about data loss or voiding warranty during the rooting process.
Con: To use the advanced feature – One-click Root in MobileGo, you need to pay a few bucks.
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Option 2: Root Nexus 6P with the Nexus 6P Root Toolkit (will void warranty)
Nexus Root Toolkit is a famous tool in Android circle. Many people have used the tool to root Nexus 7 successfully. However, before using it, I have to declare that it may void warranty of your Nexus 7. Think twice before trying this way.s
Step 1. Download the Nexus Root Toolkit and install it on your computer. During the installing process, it will ask you to choose your Nexus model and the android build. Just do as what it tells you do to. After then, you can see the window of Nexus Root Toolkit below.
Step 2. Enable USB debugging on your Nexus 6P by following the steps: Settings > About tablet > tap Build number 7 times. In Developer Options, turn on USB debugging and click OK.
Step 3. Use the USB cable to connect your Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X with your computer. After then, on your Nexus 6P, confirm the “Allow USB debugging” by checking “Always allow from this computer” and “OK”.
Step 4. In Nexus Root Toolkit, first, click “Backup” to backup your Nexus 7 before the rooting. And then click “Create Nanroid Backup w/Custom Recovery”. Otherwise, when you unlock the bootloader all data will be erased. Later, in Nexus Root Toolkit, click “Unlock” button to unlock the bootloader of your Nexus 7.
Step 5. Click on the “Root” button to root your Nexus 6P.
Pro: Nexus Root Toolkit is a comprehensive and reliable tool to root Nexus 6P.
Con: To use Nexus Root Toolkit, you need to know some basic information about root. If you know nothing about rooting, then it may become difficult for you to understand how to use this tool.