Thursday, May 16, 2019

How To Root Any Chinese Android Smartphone? - Check This Out



As you know, China is one of the world leading manufacturer who has a diversified product line. They produce various products that belong to various industries. Smartphone is one of the leading product that comes from China. Chinese technology companies always try to produce high-end smartphones for low budget. That is why users tend to use Chinese smartphones instead of branded smartphones. Xiaomi, Lenovo, Huawei, Cubot are some leading Chinese phones which has higher demand. If you are using one of Chinese smartphone and looking forward to rooting it, this guide would be helpful to you.

 Root Any Chinese Android Smartphone


When it comes to Android rooting there are so many rooting tools which promise to grant you root acess. But most of them only compatible with specific device models. So, you cannot use every tool for every smartphone models. If you check out the compatibility of rootings tools, you may see that most of the rooting tools are only compatible with branded and well-recognized smartphones. So, what happened to the other users who are looking forward to rooting their devices? Here you can find the way to root your unbranded Chinese smartphone successfully.

What You Need


A computer or Laptop
An Android smartphone running on 4.0 or above
A compatible USB cable

How To Root Your  Chinese Android Smartphone


1 Step -  Download and Install pda.net on your computer.  pda.net  comes as an app and allow you to convert your Android device in to modem for your Laptop or computer.

2 Step - Download Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry…zip  on your computer
3 Step - Unzip the Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry file and extract it to a folder you want
4 Step - Now, run the Runme.bat file and it will open a command prompt window
5 Step - Press 1 on the command prompt window and wait until your device is rooted
6 Step - Next you will be able to see a message as "Please Enter Your Device Encryption Password Below" on your device screen
7 Step - Ignore the message and tap on "Restore My Data" and wait until the process is done
8 Step - Finally, your device will restart and you can check if your device rooted using root checker app



What Can You Done After Rooting Your Device

Custom Recovery 

The recovery environment is the bootable partition in the Android. You can boot your device into recovery mode using a specific button combination. The recovery environment that comes with your device is called as stock recovery and you can perform tasks such as manual system update, wipe cache partition, wipe data/factory reset and few other tasks using it. But Custom recovery comes with advanced features than in stock recovery. Custom recovery is recognized as a third-party recovery environment which can perform advanced Android repairing functionalities. As key features of custom recovery, you can have to installing custom ROMs, create and restore device backups, ROM flashing features, ROM manager and more.

Custom ROMs Installation  

When you buy an Android smartphone, you promise to your device manufacturer legally to use the official operating system without altering it. You do not say this in your words. But if you read your device warranty once, you will see that you have promised your device manufacture as I said. But if you google around you will be able to see that there are Android ROMs which have been modified to have some advanced features than on stock ROMs. AOKP, CopperheadOS, Paranoid Android and LineageOS are some of popular Custom ROMs. Each custom ROM has different features and most of them are really attractive and useful.  Option to rearrange the on-screen navigation buttons, quick toggles to manage Wi-Fi or Data, Easy screen rotations, customized browsing app, Easy shortcut are some of the attractive features on Custom ROMs. You need to root your device before installing the custom ROMs since device manufacturers do not allow users to install non-official firmware or applications.

Install Custom Kernels 

In Android, the kernel is the programme which helps your mobile applications to communicate with device hardware. Also, the kernel is fully responsible for device performance, data process and battery life of your device. All the Android smartphone are shipped with stock Kernel and you can replace it with custom kernel. Custom Kernels allow you to change the device settings through an app which responsible for device performances and battery life. So, you can enhance the device performance and extend the battery life of your device via kernel manager application after installing a custom kernel. 

Uninstall System Apps 

You can uninstall pre-installed apps and useless system apps after rooting your device. You have to use apps like Titanium backup to uninstall system apps while keeping backup of them to use when needed.


Wrapping Up

Rooting is a very interesting and attractive task which has a dark side. But we become losers in competitive Android world if we avoid the rooting due to its dark side. Use this link and learn more and more, read more and more, test more and more. Get ready well and start rooting your device with confidence.

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