This is the official released android 7.0 stock Rom for the Google Nexus 6P with code name Angler, the download link contains binary image files that allow you to restore your Nexus device's original factory firmware. You will find these files useful if you have used the Android Open-Source
Project , flashed custom builds on your device, and wish to return that device to its factory state.



Current firmware version: All Android 7.0 Nougat, Build Number: NRD90U and NRD90M.
The only difference between NRD90T/NRD90M and NRD90U is Google had  fix an issue where emergency messages were not enabled for Japanese carriers.

Download Links:

Android 7.0 Nougat (NRD90U)
Fastboot image
Download

Recovery recovery
Download
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Android 7.0 Nougat (NRD90M)
Recovery Image
Download

Fastboot Image
Coming Soon
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Android 7.0 Nougat (NRD90T)

Fastboot Image
Download

Recovery Image
Coming soon
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TWRP Recovery unofficial Build 3.0.2-3
Download
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SuperSU Stable
Download

SuperSU Beta
Download
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 How To Update To Android 7.0 Nougat

 Prerequisites: unlocked bootloader Needed

This method does not wipe your data, so you will keep your apps and settings. You should have no problems, however, if you experience problems you may need to perform a factory reset and flash again. Make a backup first and transfer it to your PC.

    Download the Nougat factory images for your model (Nexus 6P/Angler) above.

  • Unzip the angler-xxxxxx-factory-xxxxxxxx (x's replace variables) into a directory on your PC (for this guide we'll use C:\angler\).
  •     Once unzipped you should have a folder named angler-xxxxxx (x's replace variables). Open it and  move the following files to a new directory named C:\angler\images\:
        bootloader-angler-angler-xx.xx.img
        radio-angler-angler-xx.xx.img
    (Please note that radio and bootloader naming changes from build to build so the filenames and below commands will change with them)
  •     Within C:\angler\angler-xxxxxx\ you'll see another zip archive named image-angler-xxxxxx, unzip the contents of that zip into the C:\angler\images\ folder we created before. Now within C:\angler\images\ you should have the following files:
        android-info.txt
        boot.img
        bootloader-angler-angler-xx.xx.img
        cache.img
        radio-angler-angler-xx.xx.img
        recovery.img
        system.img
        userdata.img
        vendor.img
  •     Boot into the bootloader and connect your phone to your PC via usb cable.
  •     Open a command prompt from within your fastboot folder (navigate to where you have fastboot.exe located on your PC, shift + right click anywhere within that folder, select open command prompt here), enter these commands to flash:
    fastboot flash bootloader C:\angler\images\bootloader-angler-angler-xx.xx.img
    fastboot reboot-bootloader
    fastboot flash radio C:\angler\images\radio-angler-angler-xx.xx.img
    fastboot reboot-bootloader
    fastboot flash boot C:\angler\images\boot.img
    fastboot erase cache
    fastboot flash cache C:\angler\images\cache.img
    fastboot flash recovery C:\angler\images\recovery.img
    fastboot flash system C:\angler\images\system.img
    fastboot flash vendor C:\angler\images\vendor.img

  •     You can skip flashing the recovery if you wish, but even if you do the stock recovery may be patched on the first boot anyway. So you'll need to flash TWRP and SuperSU again if you need/want those, as well as any other system modifications you may have had.
    Note: Do not flash the userdata.img
    Once all commands/flashes are complete you can reboot the device:
    Code:
    fastboot reboot
    You'll have to flash SuperSU again now, plus add any mods that you previously had.Please note: the latest builds of TWRP have bugs on Nougat. If you're going to use TWRP after updating to Nougat please make sure you use the unofficial 3.0.2-3 build Here

 How To Root:

Prerequisites: unlocked bootloader, TWRP recovery.
  •     Download the latest SuperSU of your choosing to your phone:
    SuperSU Stable
    Download
    SuperSU Beta
    Download
  •     Boot into TWRP recovery and enter the install menu.
  •     Navigate to where you have SuperSU stored on your internal storage and select it.
  •     Swipe to install.
  •     Once you've installed SuperSU you'll have an option to wipe cache/dalvik and an option to reboot system. Wipe the cache/dalvik, hit the back button, and hit the reboot system button.
Do not flash the version of SuperSU that TWRP offers to flash for you in order to give you root, it is not compatible and will cause problems. When you attempt to reboot out of TWRP it will tell you that it's detecting that you don't have root and it will offer to root for you, skip past this. You do have root, ignore this every time it comes up.

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Abbey

I am a phone engineer who has a passion for bloging, i am always happy to answer questions and help solve any problem. You are welcome to Phonetweakers.

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