How to Root ZTE Blade A610 in 5 Minutes
Tips, ways, ideas and methods for rooting ZTE Blade A610 with few taps
If you are confused about how to root my ZTE Blade A610, then your confusion ends now! Follow simple tips and methods and easily root your android device…
If you are looking for best ways for rooting ZTE Blade A610, you have come to the right place. ZTE Blade A610 root is as good as jail-breaking. This is the only way to unlock your operating system. After you have rooted the device successfully, you can do whatever you want with your android gadget. As a matter of fact, for an average user, rooting an android device sounds like flying an airplane without professional training. Most people are afraid of rooting their android gadgets because they think if by any chance they mess up at any step, they might lose their device forever.
What if I told you there was a very simple app that would help you to root your device in less than 5 minutes, no technical knowledge required, would you believe me? Well, you’re definitely gonna believe me. Keep your both eyes opened, follow the steps carefully because after rooting your ZTE Blade A610, you’re going to owe me a pizza 🙂
There are various reasons as to why you are looking to root your device. Some of the top factors could be;
1- You want to unlock the android operating system for your own benefits.
2- You can install all types of apps and games, even the ones that are unofficial, and unapproved by Google.
3- You want to update the android version of ZTE Blade A610 manually.
4- You want to go back to your previous android version.
5- You want to replace the firmware for good.
6- You want to overclock or underclock the processor of your device.
7- And above all, you want to customize whatever you want.
If you’re very serious about ZTE Blade A610 root, you’re going to need a knife, an AK 47, a hand grenade and may be a sniper 😀 Do you think I am kidding? No, seriously I am kidding…
Let’s be serious now! Seriously, you don’t need any USB cables, computer or a laptop. In order to root your device carefully, you are going to have;
There are 7 simple steps to root your device. Feel free to be careless with each step, because it’s not going to damage your device 😉
First of all open the menu and go to . Search for one of the most commonly used file sharing apps known as . If you don’t want to download 4Shared into your ZTE Blade A610, no problem, simply open your favorite Android Browser such as Chrome, or any other and type in . Now in the search tab search for “Poot” and download the file named .
If you are too lazy like me and don’t want to follow the first step, simply
with just one tap. And don’t be too lazy not to tap the Download button.
After the Poot has been downloaded, install the APK file and wait for a few seconds to finish the install.
Open the Poot App. First thing that you’re going to see on your ZTE Blade A610 screen is a notification, “This application requires Ministro service. Would you like to install it?” Yes, you do want to install it, so tap ‘OK’.
It will take you to Play Store. Install the Ministro ll app. If you’re confused, simply
with one tap. After the Ministro is installed, tap the back button. This will lead you to Poot.
Wait… Poot wants you to download one more thing. It is giving another notification “Poot needs extra libraries to run. Do you want to download them now?” Yeah you do need, so push the OK button one more time.
This will extract SSL root certificates. Now download will begin, wait for a few moments.
Now download is finished. Now your ZTE Blade A610 will show a window giving you 2 options. Tap “Press here to Poot”.
Now tap on “Get super user”. This will automatically redirect you to Play Store. Install the Superuser app. If it’s already installed, you don’t need to open, just push the back button and go back to Poot.
Now tap on “Get Root Check”. It will redirect you to Play Store again. Install the Root Checker app. This is a good utility because it’s going to tell you whether you have root or not.
Now open the Root Checker. There is one click button “Verify Root Access”. Tap on it and see if it works.
If you’re lucky enough, and you are, you will see a window telling “Congratulations! This device has root access!”
There is no step 7. You’re good to go. Now you have rooted your device successfully. It’s time to customize it the way you want.
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