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Tutorial 99.9% success in Rooting O+ 8.52 via Root Genius!

Discussion in 'Android Unlocking & Rooting' started by Jin14Jin, Mar 10, 2014.

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  1. This tutorial is working properly and tested with different root access required apps and tweaks.
    It might also work for other phone brands, but im not responsible if something happened to your device. I just wanna share and help you guys, this the easiest so far NO FLASHING REQUIRED and SAFE TO FULLY UNROOT.

    O+ 8.52 (Philippines) Specs

    Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean
    4-inch WVGA (480×800) IPS Display
    MT6577 1GHz dual-core processor
    PowerVR SGX 531
    512MB RAM
    4GB internal memoriy
    5-megapixel autofocus rear camera with LED flash
    720p HD video recording
    VGA front camera
    Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hotspot
    microUSB v2.0
    GPS, A-GPS
    Dual SIM, Dual-Standby
    Air Shuffle
    1450mAh Li-Ion battery

    >Before rooting the phone unmount the SD-Card/External Storage. Why? (The Root Genius software is having issue on locating the internal storage of the phone, coz if you'll look inside a advance file manager (e.g. Root Explorer, Androzip) the Internal Storage = SDCARD2 while the External Storage/Memory Card/SD Card = SDCARD.)
    >Un-check the "allow mock location" under Developers Option(where USB Debugging is located). Same issue with external storage.
    >Proper installation of ADB drivers and required drivers. Google search PDAnet application to get proper drivers without hassles ^_^
    >Download and Install >> androidxda.com/data/RootGenius.exe << latest version for English site, CH site(original) >> Please or Register to view links <<.
    **don't worry, the latest Root Genius has the updated Kinguser which supports English language.

    install the downloaded software and drivers on your computer (I used my old Windows XP SP2 PC)!!
    *Root Genius (doesn't really required installation)
    *ADB drivers or the PDAnet application. To test drivers, plug in your phone to your pc (DO NOT FORGET to set you phone as "USB.. STORAGE", sometimes/by default it is set as "Charging Only") without ticking/enabling "USB Debugging Mode" once everything is okay with the normal drivers(notif on pc will show "hardware is... and ready to use"). After that, tick/check/enable "USB Debugging mode" and your pc will detect a new hardware and will install it, just wait. "Patience"

    run or open the Root Genius.exe app that you downloaded to your PC. A new window will show up with an Android character.
    ** it will ask to connect your phone with "USB Debugging mode" enabled or checked via Settings > Developer Option.**

    connect your phone and wait for the app to detect your phone and then just click on the "Next" button (on the bottom right corner of the app).

    watch your phone carefully and wait for the "green" progress bar to fill up, usually on 27% you will notice on your phone that Root Genius is working/doing the rooting, it will flash at least twice.

    when you see the "Congratulation your phone is successfully rooted!" on your computer screen that's it!

    verifying root;
    *disconnect your phone from PC and reboot the phone.
    *look for the Kinguser app on your phone.
    *use Root checker app found on the playstore.
    *use any app that requires root access.

    That's all folks, hope I helped =))
    Last edited: Mar 10, 2014
  2. Napansin ko lahat nalang ng bagay ngayon hindi natin kayang makuha nang buong buo. palagi nalang may kulang. sa dish washing liquid. sa mga sabon. sa panglinis ng bahay. palagi nalang 99.9%. gaano ba katindi yung powers nung natitirang 0.01% na yan at hindi kayang puksain? haha. LOL :playful:
    tawengss and Jin14Jin like this.
  3. Hahaha
    Malaking Check mark po ;)
    interactive shell root lang po kasi toh kaya ganun hehe
    Very useful for most apps that requires the su access ^_^
    pierrepao likes this.
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