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The much awaited Android Oreo V8.0 is now available for downloading for Pixel and some Google Nexus devices. The update comes with Android version 8.0 and has been under tests since the last couple of months under the title Android O. The post is dedicated to root Android Oreo V8.0 with two easy methods.

Google released four developer preview builds of Android Oreo, the previous one was released about a month ago.  Fortunately, it was easily root-able through SuperSU and Magisk. Now it’s time for the final and public release of Android Oreo for analyzed for origin.

As you all know, there are now only two safe solutions to root your Android device. One is the SuperSU origin by Chainfire; another is Magisk which has been gaining popularity lately. Latest versions of these two root approaches were reported to work fine with Android O developer preview builds, and fortunately, the final release — Android Oreo — supports them as well.

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Note: To be able to root Android Oreo by either SuperSU or Magisk, you need to have a custom recovery like TWRP or CWM installed onto your device.

Let’s begin.

Steps to root Android Oreo with SuperSU

  • Download and move the SuperSU zip file in the download link over for a device’s storage.
  • Select Install and pick the SuperSU zip file which you moved to a device in Step 1.
  • Once you have selected the Zip file, Swipe to Confirm Flash on the base of screen to begin the flashing procedure.
  • After SuperSU is flashed, you are going to receive Reboot System option, select it.

Steps to root Android Oreo with Magisk

 

  • Download and move both the Magisk zip and Magisk Supervisor apk files in the download link over for your device’s memory.
  • Boot your device into TWRP recovery.
  • Select Install and choose the Magisk zip file which you moved to a
  • Once you are done with selecting the Zip file, do Swipe to Confirm Flash on the base of screen to begin the flashing procedure.
  • After Magisk is flashed, you are going to receive Reboot System option, select it.
  • When your device reboots, start a file manager program and visit the folder at which transferred the Magisk Supervisor apk file in Step 1 above and install it.
  • Open the Magisk Manager program and check to your device’s root status.

So these were two best and easy methods to root the latest version of android Oreo. In case if you have any doubt or suggestions, you can share with us in our comments section.

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Aditya Singh

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