If there is something inherent in the system Android is the option to ROOT your phone or tablet. That is easier or more difficult depends on the pitfalls that the manufacturer put locking the bootloader, but let’s say that you do have access to the booloader, matter of time that some developer get to open the door to enter to manage system files that allow you to install any modules Xposed or those special ROOT apps.
Google Pixel, after knowing its cost in manufacturing, has been the next target for one of these great and agile developers have in Android, and we know that by Chainfire. Today on his Twitter account has shared an image which are at his Pixel to obtain ROOT privileges. As indicated in this image, Chainfire has managed to ROOT at his Pixel. An achievement that has not needed for many days, apart from being a special objective in itself.
Surely that many had thought that make ROOT this phone were not so easy, but the reality which, Yes, but the problem comes later, when they begin to find a notice at the beginning of which no one can take over and it would be certain prohibitions to use some apps.
-Chainfire XDA (@ChainfireXDA) October 27, 2016
Chainfire on its own Twitter has been sharing their research. Disable dm-verity is quite problematic or the recompile and patch, the ROOT “system” can work, although it will continue looking for another way to do the same, but better. Finally confirms that the ROOT has been completed with verity off and modified tracking. Will continue working in find it via to work without that requirement, so surely will see more work of Chainfire for achieve that the ROOT in the Pixel work best.
For those who not can live without ROOT, all a great news.