Root is already available for Android N devices and today we share how to Root Android N Developer Preview with CF Auto Root. Previously we discussed that Google released its Android N 7.0 developer preview for Nexus devices. You can Download Android N Preview For Nexus DevicesThere is two method to get Android N on your device either install Android N Preview OTA Updates through Android Beta Program or Download Android N Preview For Nexus Devices. If you already installed, Android N means you can Root Android N Developer Preview with CF Auto Root.

Root Android N Developer Preview with CF Auto Root

If you already installed Android N preview on your device, then you can easily Root Nexus 5X, 6P, 6, 9 On Android N Developer Preview. Thanks to the XDA developer Chainfire, for making this so fast, now you can Root Android N Developer Preview with CF Auto Root. As for now TWRP recovery for Android N is not available. That’s why the developer of Chainfire put SuperSU file inside the CF Auto Root so you can root your phone without installing a custom recovery. Follow the below guide to Root Android N Developer Preview with CF Auto Root.

Note:-

  • Follow the steps correctly otherwise you may brick your device. We are not responsible for any damage of your phone.
  • Your device must be running on Android N Developer preview.
  • The process will not wipe your phone data, but it is still advisable to take a complete backup of your phone.
  • Ensure that your phone has at least 50-60% charged to prevent the accidental shutdown in-between the process.

Files required to Root Android N Developer Preview with CF Auto Root –

Steps to Root Android N Developer Preview with CF Auto Root –

1) Download the Appropriate CF-Auto-Root zip file for your device from above link.

2) Now turn off your phone and boot your device into the bootloader mode by pressing and holding Volume Down + Power Key.

3) In fastboot mode Connect your phone to your PC via USB Cable.

4) Now unzip the CF-Auto-Root file.

5) In CF-Auto-Root folder, you have seen these three files-

  • root-windows.bat
  • root-linux.sh
  • root-mac.sh

6) Now run root-windows.bat if you are using a Windows PC, run root-linux.sh If you are on Linux and run root-mac.sh if you on Mac PC.

7) After you run the above command, your device will successfully root.

8) Now you can find SuperSu in your app drawer means you Root Android N Developer Preview with CF Auto Root successfully.

So this is the complete guide of Root Android N Developer Preview with CF Auto Root in easy steps. If you have any questions, then comment below.

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Sumit is a Tech and Gadget freak and loves writing about Android and iOS, his favourite past time is playing video games.

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