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Google Pixel XL was introduced in October 2016 with a 5.50-inch touchscreen show with a resolution of 1440 pixels by 2560 pixels at a PPI of 534 pixels. The Google Pixel XL is controlled by Quad-core processor and it accompanies 4GB of RAM. This packs 32/128 GB of internal storage that can’t be extended. To the extent the cameras are concerned, the Google Pixel XL packs a 12.3-megapixel essential camera on the back and an 8-megapixel front shooter for selfies.The Google Pixel XL runs Android 7.1 (Nougat),and is upgradable to Android 8.0 (Oreo) and is fueled by a 3450mAh non-removable battery. It quantifies 154.7 x 75.7 x 8.50 (tallness x width x thickness) and weighs 168.00 grams.
- 1 Warning
- 2 Precautions
This article includes steps to teach you how to update crDroid OS Oreo on the stylish Google Pixel XL.
Pursuance to the risk involved in installing Custom ROM / Official Update, our website (www.updatedmob.com) will not be held responsible for any damage occurred to your Google Pixel XL during or after the rooting process. Proceed at your own risk.
- Kindly consider that this method is only for Google Pixel XL. Do not try this on any other type of Android or any kind of device as it may ruin your device.
- You should Backup your system partition.
- Your battery must be charged to 60-80 % so that the installation doesn’t get interrupted
- Backup your apps through the titanium backup app
- Download the latest Google USB Drivers
- You will lose the original ROM or any CUSTOM ROM on the off chance that you as of now introduced on your cell phone. So try to Backup your phone before doing this progression utilizing TWRP or CWM or any Custom Recovery.
Files to download
- First of all, Unlock Bootloader on Pixel XL.
- install TWRP Recovery on Pixel XL..
- Download the below crDroid Oreo ROM on to your smartphone.
- Now boot into TWRP Recovery, (to do this follow the note below)
To boot into twrp recovery, first of all you need to Power off your phone. Then once it is power off, now hold the ‘Power’ button and the ‘Volume down’ button for a few seconds collectively (if this does not work out, try with “Power and Volume Up”)
Now release the button after few second and you should observe options where you can select “Recovery”, now your phone will boot into custom recovery which you installed.
Or you can follow Method 2 in which you can simply download the app called ‘Quick Boot’ from Play Store. Now open the installed app, grant it root access and once you are in, now select Reboot into Recovery option, which will allow you to simply reboot and straight away boot into custom Recovery.