Lenovo A6000 is giving pretty good competition to already hit devices like Moto E and Xiaomi Redmi 1S. Recently the device went from Available to Out of stock in few seconds. The device is already getting popular in the Indian market and that’s why we decided to write about how to root Lenovo A6000. We always mention that root can transform your device and unlock the true potential of Android. This is no different, just follow this easy guide and root your Lenovo A6000 in just 6 steps.
I have a habit of talking about specifications a little bit before diving into the real topic of discussion and therefore I would just give a small overview of this smartphone. The phone has got 5 inch HD IPS display, dual SIM 4G LTE capability and twin dolby speakers. The 1. 2 GHz 64 bit Snapdragon quad-core processor and 1 GB of RAM is more than enough to make this device capable of running graphics intensive games. Moving on to our tutorial, let us now first take a look at pre-requisites that you should be careful about.
- Make sure your device has at least 70% of battery.
- This removes warranty and you may not be able to get it back in some cases.
- It is highly recommended to enable developer menu and USB debugging. For that, first go into settings > about and tap on build number 5-6 times. This will enable developer options in settings. Navigate to developer options and enable USB debugging.
- Go to Settings->Security and enable tick on Unknown Sources.
How to Root Lenovo A6000
- Copy the downloaded Framaroot APK on you device and Install it using any of the file managers available on Play Store.
- Launch the installed app Framaroot and select Install SuperSU from the Top most dropdown menu.
- Now you need to select the exploit, head over to XDA here and select the exploit which works with your device.
- Select the suitable exploit and the app will start rooting your device. Wait for some time and the process should be finished within few seconds.
- If device gets rooted successfully, reboot your device, else repeat the process again from step 2.
- Voila, you are rooted now. Enjoy!
This is it guys and I’m pretty sure that you would have been successful in rooting your Lenovo A6000. If you have any doubts, just put them in comments, we will try to help our best. I would also like to remind you all that we have recently covered article on some of the best flip covers and cases available for Lenovo A6000. If you’re done rooting your device, you should probably take a look at that article.