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How To Install Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3: Using TWRP & CWM Recovery

Install Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3

Install Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3

Today in this article I have come with the guide on How To Install Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3. This guide will have No Risks of bricking or harming your Google Pixel 3. This will be the easiest method to Install Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3 as I have shown you two different methods to install a custom ROM on pixel 3 first one is by using TWRP Recovery and the second one is by using CWM Recovery.

About Google Pixel 3

Google Pixel 3 is having a 5.5 Inch Quad HD+ OLED Screen in the 18.5:9 Aspect Ratio. This phone comes with Notch Design and protected by Gorilla Glass 5. The screen also supports HDR and it’s powered by the Snapdragon 845 Octa-core processor. On talking about the RAM it has 4GB of RAM and storage will be two variants 64GB Or 128GB.

Now let’s see Camera configuration in this smartphone, Google Pixel 3 comes with the Rear Camera of 12.2 MP and it has Dual Front Camera of 8MP (f 1.9 aperture) with face detection autofocus and the second one is the f 2.2 (wide angle) camera. On talking about the Battery it has 3430 mAh Battery (Supports Fast Charging). Also, this phone comes with wireless charging support.

Also Read: Root Google Pixel 3

What Is Custom ROM?

Custom ROM is a modified version of the ROM. Custom ROM comes with lots of cool features and customizations that your original ROM does not have. You can install Custom ROM with the help of custom recovery weather its TWRP Recovery Or CWM Recovery.

You can download Custom ROM for your phone from Google. Just type your device model number + Custom ROM different ROM provide different feel and features. so, choose the one which suits your taste. I recommend websites like XDA Developers as they are the most trusted place to download ROM. Any ROM will work as long it is made for your specific device.

Also Read: Unlock Bootloader Of Google Pixel 3

Advantages Of Installing Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3

  • You will be able to Remove Bloatware
  • Upgrade Your Phone To Latest Version Of Android
  • Experience New User Interface/ Custom Design
  • You will get lots of customizations

Also Read: Install TWRP Recovery On Google Pixel 3

Disadvantages Of Installing Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3

  • Your phone warranty will be void
  • If you missed any steps your phone will be stuck in a boot loop
  • You will not get OTA Updates
  • You have manually Update your phone

Pre Requirements Before You Install Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3

  • Your phone must have 75% battery available
  • TWRP Recovery or CWM Recovery must be Installed On Your Google Pixel 3
  • Make Sure To Move Your ROM File To Internal Storage
  • This guide is only for Google Pixel 3 do not try this method on any other devices. if you try then it can brick your phone
  • Follow Each and every steps carefully

Also Read: Install CWM Recovery On Google Pixel 3

How To Install Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3 Using TWRP Recovery

  • First off Enable USB Debugging For That Go To Settings >> About Phone >> Now Tap On Build Number 6-7 Times >> Now Go Back >> Go To Advanced Settings >> Developer Options >> Enable USB Debugging
  •  Now Download Custom ROM For Google Pixel 3 From Google.
  • Move The ROM File To Your Phone Internal Storage
  • Next Power Off Your Device >> After That Boot Into TWRP Recovery

To Boot Into TWRP Recovery Or CWM Recovery Press Volume Down + Power Button At Same Time Until You See The Boot Animation

  • Take Backup Of Your Previous ROM

To Do That Tap On Backup >> Keep It On A Default Setting & Choose Your Storage Type >> After That “Swipe To Backup”

  • Once The Backup Is Done Go Back To Main Menu >> Tap On “Wipe & Swipe To Factory Reset”
  • Go Back >> Again Tap On Wipe >> Advanced Wipe >> Check “System” >> Now “Swipe To Wipe”
  • After That Tap On Home Button >> Tap On Install >> Locate The ROM & Select It >> Now “Swipe To Confirm Flash”
  • That’s It 🙂 You Have Successfully Installed Your Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3.

How To Install Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3 Using CWM Recovery

  • First off Enable USB Debugging For That Go To Settings >> About Phone >> Now Tap On Build Number 6-7 Times >> Now Go Back >> Go To Advanced Settings >> Developer Options >> Enable USB Debugging
  •  Now Download Custom ROM For Google Pixel 3 From Google.
  • Move The ROM File To Your Phone Internal Storage
  • Next Power Off Your Device >> After That Boot Into CWM Recovery

To Boot Into TWRP Recovery Or CWM Recovery Press Volume Down + Power Button At Same Time Until You See The Boot Animation

  • Yo Have To Use Volume UP & Volume Down Buttons To Move Up & Down. And Use Power Button To Select The Options That You Want To Choose.
  • Take Backup Of Your Previous ROM

To Do That Go To Backup & Restore >> And Select Backup To /sdcard >> This Will Backup The Entire Data Of Your Google Pixel 3.

  • Once That Is Done >> Go Back >> Scroll Down & Select “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” >> Select “Yes”
  • Now Scroll Down  >> Select “Wipe Cache Partition” >> Select “Yes”
  • After That Go To “Install Zip” Option >> Select “Choose Zip From /sdcard” >> And Navigate To Place Where You Have Placed Your ROM File >> Select ROM File >> And Select “Yes”
  • It May Takes 10-15 Minutes To Flash The ROM On Your Google Pixel 3
  • During The Entire Process Do Not Touch Your Device
  • Once The Flashing Process Done >> Go Back >> And Select “Reboot System Now” >> And Select “Yes”
  • That’s It 🙂 You Have Successfully Installed Your Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3.

Note: The first Boot after flashing the new ROM can take a while it will be slow, it usually takes around 2-3 minutes. If it takes more time then don’t freak let it complete there it will boot.

Final Words: So, that’s the easiest way to Install Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3. If you want to ask any questions related to Installing Custom ROM On Google Pixel 3. then make sure to comment down below. We would love to hear from you!

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