Root and unroot Symphony xplorer W72 W60 W70 W140


How to root and unroot Symphony xplorer W72

Today I am writing about how to root Symphony xplorer W72. This is the easiest root process of Symphony xplorer W72. This root Process is also tasted on Symphony xplorer W68 and it’s work fine.

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Before Root your Android device please read.
Benefits and Risk of Rooted Android Smartphone.

Process : This is the easiest way to rooting an android device. You do not need Computer , Data Cable and Any other Application for the Process.
I have gotten the trick from xda-developer forum. The process is 100% safe. There is no chance to break the Android device.
Download the framaroot 1.9.1.apk from the link below Download

  • 1. Install the framaroot 1.9.1.apk on your phone.
  • 2. Go to settings ==> developer option ==> USB debugging. Click on the check box.
  • 3. Open the framaroot apps and Select install super SU
  • 4. Now Click on bromir.
  • OK we have end all process.

Now reboot the device.

You will see the super SU apps in application list.
Now the Android device is rooted.

I have seen sometimes the process couldn’t work for first time.
So if it’s occurred with you. Please repeat the process again.

I have tasted this trick on Symphony xplorer W72 successfully. So there is no doubt in the article.

How to check? : There are many ways to check root permission of an Android device. Install checking root.apk or install any one apps from Example list. Those apps need root permission to to work properly or does not work in uprooted android device.

Example : Battery saver pro.apk, Titanium backup.apk, Clean master.apk, Root browser.apk, Root Explorer.apk etc.

You can follow the Process to Root and Unroot Other Android Device which version is 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The Process Works Successfully on the devices listed below.

Root Maximus Max 908

Root Symphony xplorer W140

Root Symphony xplorer W60

Root Walton primo E2

Root Walton walpad 7

Root Walton primo GH

Root Symphony xplorer W70

Note: I think any Root process isn’t 100% safe. It will destroy your Device Warranty. We don’t responsible for any kind of damage of you Android Device. So do it on your own risk.


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