When Lenovo depicted its A6000 smartphone at CES this year, it didn’t take long to understand that soon company will steal the show from Yureka and Xiaomi. And so it happened. Lenovo A6000 is such an awesome smartphone that it’s selling out crazily on Flipkart, thanks to its amazing features and aggressive pricing. For Rs. 6,999 it provides 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory, 32GB expandable memory, 5-inches large 720p HD display, Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS, 8MP primary camera and 2MP secondary camera.
What else one may demand at this price? In the meantime, since you already own this smartphone, you can check out these really cool flip covers for Lenovo A6000.
If you have this awesome smartphone and are looking for a tutorial to root it, you’ve come to the right place. In this article we’ll root the phone through an easy process.
Note: Please keep in mind that success with this procedure will void the warranty of your device and you may not get it back. If you won’t like that to happen with your device then better to stay away from this process.
- Download Framaroot.apk file from the link given here.
- Make sure that your device is charged at least 70% for smooth execution of rooting process.
- Enable USB debugging on your device. To do that navigate to Settings >> About and tap the build number of your phone 5 – 6 times. Doing this will enable Developer Options in settings from where you can enable USB debugging on your device.
- Finally, you need to enable the installation of apps from unknown sources for the sake of this process. You can do so by navigating to Settings >> Security and then checking the checkbox of unknown sources.
- Lastly, please backup your data.
Procedure to root Lenovo A6000
1. First of all copy the downloaded Framaroot.apk file to your phone and install it.
2. Next, launch the Framaroot app that you just installed and select Install SuperSu from dropdown menu.
3. Now you’ll be shown a list of available exploits to root your device. There will be three options – Sam, Frodo and Aragorn. Which one will work with your device is a tricky question to answer, so you need to try each of these exploits one-by-one in order to find out the one that’ll work with your device.
4. If your device is rooted successfully from the first exploit then congratulations. Now you can reboot the phone and enjoy the experience of a rooted Lenovo A6000. Otherwise, you need to repeat the process from step two with different exploits.
If you face any problem with the rooting process, please sound it in the comments section and we’ll see how we can help you out. And lastly, please don’t forget disabling installation of apps from unknown sources that you enabled in pre-requisites. That’s all!