Now the smartphone users of Karbonn can be very happy as this article teaches them in rooting their Karbonn A7 smartphone. In the upcoming days we will come up with the tutorial of installing the firmware updates. It’s good news for the owners of Karbonn that this A7 smartphone is the most selling phone from Karbonn.
The highlight of this rooting is that after rooting, the users can install as many applications that are required in accessing the root. Thanks to Phamminho5 for all the efforts made to come out with this wonderful thing.
Back up all your data from your device before you start rooting your device. You should also see that you are using the PC suite for backing up your data as it will not detect the device. Then USB debugging mode should be enabled and your device’s battery level should be more than 50% to avoid the risk of getting your device turned Off while update progresses.
Also ensure that you have disabled the antivirus that you have installed on your device and disable the firewall too which affects the firmware update installation. Now you are done to move for rooting your device.
Root Karbonn A7 Android Phone :
The easy and simplest way of step by step procedure of how to root your Karbonn A7 device is as follows,
- To start, you have to download the ‘A7 package’ to your computer and connect your Karbonn A7 device onto your computer using original USB cable. Now place the downloaded zip file on the SD memory card of your device. Make sure that you are placing the zip file on the root of the card not to any other folder or phone memory.
- Now enter your device into the recovery mode by using the ‘ROM Manager app’. Disconnect your device from computer once you have transferred the zip file and turn off your device as the device enters into the recovery mode. Hold power off button + Volume + Key to make the device enter into the recovery mode till the recovery screen becomes red. Now switch ON your device as it is rooted.
- You can cross check whether your device is rooted or not by downloading the ‘ROOT CHECKER’ app which is available on Google Play Store. Once the rooting is done, start downloading the ‘ROM Manager’ and ‘Superuser’ application from the same Google Play Store.
This is a Guest Post by Arjun Mishra