Root Android Oreo Pixel

This root method is still in its most punctual phases of advancement, so you ought to expect a couple of bugs all over. In spite of the absence of major visual changes in Android Oreo, off camera changes have marginally changed the way rooting will work. SELinux rules have been fixed some more, and piece changes have represented a few issues. Be that as it may, in case you're a tinkerer and you're running Android 8.0 as your day by day driver, at that point rooting your telephone is an absolute necessity, so we'll cover the procedure underneath.

STEP 1:-
First of all, you'll have to install TWRP. To do that, begin by getting the most up to date IMG file from one of the following links, yet make a point to download the correct one for your device.
   • TWRP recovery for the Nexus 5X
   • TWRP recovery for the Nexus 6P
You've already unlocked your bootloader, simply put your phone into bootloader mode, at that point connect it to your PC with a USB link. Ensure you have ADB and Fastboot introduced, at that point exchange the twrp.img record to the platform-tools folder within your ADB installation directory. From that point, open a summon provoke in a similar directory, at that point sort fastboot streak recuperation twrp.img and hit enter. When you're set, simply ahead and reboot your phone.

STEP 2:-
Download the SuperSU

Now you'll have to download SuperSU on your Nexus 5X or 6P. The most recent variant of SuperSU deals with two or three bugs that figured out how to sneak into the main arrival of SuperSU for Android 8.0, so just a single download is required now.
   • Download SuperSU v2.82 SR3 for Android Oreo 8.0 (.zip)
STEP 3:-
Reboot to TWRP & flash "SuperSU"
Next, reboot to TWRP by powering your phone off, at that point squeezing and holding the volume down and control keys for five seconds. From that point, press the volume down button twice to feature the "Recovery Mode" choice, at that point tap the power button to choose it.

At the point when TWRP boots up, tap "Introduce," at that point explore to the Download folder and select the beforehand downloaded SuperSU ZIP. At that point, swipe to affirm the installation, and when that is done, tap on Reboot System and sit tight for Android to boot up (it may take two or three minutes for the principal boot with root).

Congrats, you got Oreo Rooted