Lenovo A6000, the company one of the cheapest 4G Android Smartphone was launched at the CES 2015 being held in Las Vegas. The device is exclusively available on Flipkart online retailer store and is being sold out on the basis of flash sales.
Being a budget smartphone, the Lenovo A6000 includes various high-end specifications like sporting a massive 5-inch display with HD resolutions, powered with 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 MSM8916 Quad Core 64-bit processor and runs on Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box.
The Lenovo A6000 has dual SIM support with 4G LTE connectivity on top and includes 8GB inbuilt memory with microSD card slot for memory expansion. There is 8-megapixels primary camera with LED Flash and 2-megapixels front facing camera for video calls via Skype, WhatsApp, etc.
If you own this budget smartphone and looking for rooting tutorial, then your wait is all over. Check the below steps to root Lenovo A6000 smartphone. Rooting of Android device gives you extra features like installation of custom ROMs, root only apps, etc. Before starting the rooting procedure make sure CWM Custom Recovery is installed on your smartphone.
Gadgets Academy should not be held responsible for any damage occurs to your Lenovo A6000 by following the below instructions mentioned in this post.
- The below instructions are only for Lenovo A6000 smartphone. Don’t try this on other model devices.
- Ensure the battery level is above 70% to prevent unexpected device shutdown.
- Download and install Lenovo A6000 USB drivers on your PC.
- Enable USB Debugging mode via Settings and Developer Options.
- Backup all your important data from your device.
- Make sure CWM Recovery is installed on your device. If not check out the guide to install CWM Recovery on Lenovo A6000 smartphone.
Root Lenovo A6000 without PC:
Step 1: Download the rooting file from the above and make sure to copy the same to root of the device SD card.
Step 2: Boot your device into Recovery mode. This can be done by making the device to Power Off and then pressing and holding Power + Volume Up + Volume Down button together for a few seconds. Now release the buttons as soon as you see the boot menu screen.
Step 3: Now from Recovery Mode, select “install zip from SD card” and choose the rooting file and install it.
Step 4: Once done with the installation process, go back to main menu and select “reboot system now” to re-start the device in normal mode.
Step 5: To confirm, the Lenovo A6000 has root access or not, just download the third party app called “Root Checker” from Google Play Store.
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