Lenovo K3 Note is the most successful mid-range smartphone from Lenovo launched back in June last year in India for Rs. 9,999. Recently company started rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for Lenovo K3 Note users in India. Many of the users might have already upgraded to Marshmallow OS, if not then you can manually download from here.
If you’re looking for root access on your Lenovo K3 Note running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow firmware, then here we have complete tutorial. It is one-click root process without using PC/Computer. So, without much waiting time follow the below step by step process to root Lenovo K3 Note Marshmallow 6.0.
Before starting the rooting process, it is advisable to perform backup of all your important data in order to restore just any data loss occurs. Also the device should be well charged to complete the entire rooting process.
Note: Rooting of Android phones may voids the company warranty completely. Proceed at your own risk.
How to Root Lenovo K3 Note on Marshmallow 6.0
Step 1: Download Super su v2.68.zip from the below download section.
Step 2: Make sure TWRP recovery is installed in your K3 Note. Next you need to reboot the device into TWRP recovery mode using appropriate hardware keys.
Step 3: From recover main menu, select “Install” and choose the Super su v2.68.zip file which you have downloaded in step 1.
Step 4: After selecting the rooting file, you need to do “Swipe to confirm flash” at the bottom of the screen in order to start flash the zip file.
Step 5: Once done, reboot your device into system mode from recovery main menu.
Step 6: Confirm the root access by download an app called “Root Checker” from Google Play Store.
How to Unroot Lenovo K3 Note on Marshmallow 6.0
1. Launch SuperSu app on your device.
2. Open settings.
3. Scroll down and find the option “Full unroot”. Tap on it.
4. SuperSU will ask will you really want to continue with the unrooting your device. Confirm to continue.
5. Now you need to reboot your device. Once successful reboot, uninstall the SuperSu app from Settings > Application Manager.
6. That’s it! Now your device doesn’t have root access.