Lenovo A6000 is a great smartphone that comes with so many amazing features that’re hard to miss at a highly aggressive price point. It has got 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor, 1GB RAM, 5-inches large display with 1280×720 pixels resolution, 8mp primary camera, 2mp secondary camera, 8GB of internal memory and 32GB of expandable memory. All of this for Rs. 6,999 only. Cool, isn’t it?
If you already own this powerful beast and are looking for a rooting tutorial then you’re at the right place:
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- Ensure that your device is at least 70 percent charged.
- In case you’ve not yet done it, take backup of your data.
- Enable USB debugging on your Lenovo A6000. To do that, navigate to Settings >> About Phone and tap your phone’s build number 5-7 times. This will add another section of “Developer Options” to your phone’s Settings app. Navigate to that section and enable USB debugging from there.
- Enable installation of apps from Unknown Sources by navigating to Settings >> Security. Don’t forget to disable it once you’re done with the rooting process.
- And lastly, download apk file of Framaroot application from here.
Rooting Lenovo A6000
The rooting process of this phone is pretty simple and straightforward actually. The only thing where it gets a little tricky is Step 4, but still it can be completed without much hassle in 2 – 3 tries at most. Given below is the whole process:
1. First of all get the apk file of Framaroot application in your phone. If you downloaded it in your phone directly then you’re good to go. Otherwise if you downloaded it on your computer then please copy it to your phone.
2. Install the app by taping the apk file.
3. Once app is installed, launch it and select “Install SuperSu” from the dropdown menu.
4. Now the app will urge you to select a rooting exploit to root your device. Which exploit will root your device is a little bit tricky thing – you’ll have to try each of these exploits one-by-one until you find the one that roots your device successfully.
5. Try with the first exploit. If it does the task for you then awesome. Otherwise repeat the process from Step 3 and try with a different exploit.
Once you choose the right exploit your device will be rooted and you’ll be able to get the most out of it. If you face any other bottleneck then describe it in comments and we’ll see what we can do to help you out.