Last week, Google announced the launch of its latest smartphones Pixel and Pixel XL. Consumers can already in the Google store and Verizon operators at the pre-order of these two smart phones. The two phones will begin shipping on October 20. Google has just announced that the purchase of Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones from its stores will be able to Root, which is the highest control.
Google told WonderHowTo that the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, which were purchased from the company's stores, would be Root-capable, with pre-installed bootloaders available for shipments. This means that they support factory-defined custom recovery and automatic Root tools. Users will be able to run several ADB commands to install custom recovery programs into their Pixel phones. However, Google said Android Nougat seamless update function can not be done on the Root of the equipment, which means that users will not be able to Pixel Pixel and Pixel XL smartphone regular OTA update.
However, Pixel smartphones purchased from Verizon will not have an unlockable start-up program. However, these phones will receive regular system updates and security patches from Google, just like Pixel, which is sold through the Google Store.