Lenovo S660 is the mid-range android Smartphone launched early month of 2014. The device is powered with 1.3 GHz Quad-Core processor. The device can be easily rooted with Framaroot application with out the use of computer. Follow the below instructions carefully to root your Lenovo S660.
Quick Pre Requisites:
All the data present in your Lenovo S660 device are to be backup so that it can be restored manually. Make sure that you are not using PC suite tools for the backup process. Below steps guides you for backup of data.
SMS- Use “SMS Backup & Restore app”,
Contacts- Sync with the Gmail application,
Call Log- Call Log and Restore
APN and MMS Setting- Note down from the path “Applications > Settings > Wireless and Networks > Mobile Networks > Access Points Names”,
Images, Songs, Videos, Files- Copy to internal/ External SD card
Make sure that the USB Debugging Mode is enabled. This is an important step. To enable go to Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging in your Lenovo S660. Also make sure that the charging in your device is more than 40% so that it doesn’t power off in the middle of the update.
Disclaimer: Gadgets Academy is not responsible for any damage occurred to your Lenovo S660 device which is very unlikely if you follow the instructions carefully.
Procedure to Root Lenovo S660:
1. Download the Framaroot application and install in your android device. The installation from unknown sources should be enabled in settings. To do this, Open Settings > Security > Device Administration > Unknown Sources (tick to enable it).
2. After installation, open the Framaroot application
3. Now select Install SuperSU and then followed by Boromir option.
4. The rooting process will now start and you will see Success popup on the phone screen.
5. Now reboot your android device.
Now your Lenovo S660 is successfully rooted. To check whether your device is rooted or not, search for SuperSU application. If this app exits then you have successfully rooted your device. You can also verify root access by downloading Root Checker app from Google Play Store.