Guide To Root Verizon Ellipsis 8 4G LTE Tablet

Waiting to root Ellipsis 8? The solution is now here. Check inside for information on How to root Ellipsis 8 with one click root method. Rooting your ...

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Waiting to root Ellipsis 8? The solution is now here. Check inside for information on How to root Ellipsis 8 with one click root method. Rooting your device means obtaining “superuser” rights and permissions to your Android phone. After rooting you can flash custom ROMs, custom themes, improve battery life. Many apps like link2sd, firewall, AdBlock plus, Titanium backup, USB OTG helper, Root explorer, Xposed installer, Gravity box, transparent status bar, etc requires root permission.


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Many users of the Verizon Ellipsis 8 4G LTE want to root their tablet. The Ellipsis 8 users are also no exception in this regard. So, I have tried to help them by giving a very simple solution to them.

Warning!!
This will void the warranty of your device. However, you can reinstate the warranty by unrooting your device if there’s any unrooting procedure available.

This method is the simplest if it works. In most of the cases it should work finely. I am telling you about the rooting your phone using a very popular app named Kingroot.

The rooting procedure is really easy, and you will get through it in a breeze.
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  1. Download the rooting package to your phone. Once done, install the kingroot.apk on your device. Please note that you have to check mark “Unknown Sources” from Settings-> Security which will allow you to install apps other than from Google Play Store.
  2. Next, open the app. Now tap on “Start Root” to start the rooting procedure on your Ellipsis 8 . Rest of the process is automated and it will take some time.
  3. Finish.
  4. IF the root is successful then an app named “Kinguser” will be installed on your tablet. To ensure the root method is installed and working properly, install Root Checker app, available to download from Google Play Store.

Feel free to give us your valuable opinions.If you stuck while doing it, do not hesitate to ask.

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    Steve A. 1 year

    I rooted mine (actually my son’s) because I wanted to restrict app access to him only to educational apps until he has his “video game day” for a few hours a week for good school performance. I have a hider app that is password protected to do this.

    This root method (Kingo Root) DOES indeed work on this tablet. After rooting, I uninstalled some of the useless crap that came pre-installed on the tablet that you can download from Google Play anyway (Kindle, Audible, Amazon MP3, IMDB) and the tablet seemed to work fine.

    After freeing up space and clearing the cache using Titanium Backup, I downloaded more games and apps for him and everything seemed to work fine. I powered it off for the evening and forgot about it.

    The next morning, powered on… stuck on Verizon screen. forced off, same thing. Held down power button and volume up key to boot to recovery and factory reset it…nothing, still stuck on Verizon screen after rebooting. Let it get a full charge, unplugged and let it try to power on all night…battery depleted stuck on Verizon screen.

    I couldn’t find the factory ROM for this device anywhere so I was forced to call Verizon and they’re going to try to fix it, which I have read may be as simple as them flashing the factory ROM and sending it back on its way. If they can’t fix it, I’m told they’ll send a new one.

    I’m just hoping they don’t care too much for the fact that it’s rooted (yes, I know rooting voids the warranty, but I’ve returned rooted devices before [at other retailers] and no one seemed to even care) because it’s such a low end device (my older Acer Iconia One B1-810 running on 4.4.4 KitKat outperforms it), I got it for free, so it would seem inconsequential.

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    Steve A. 12 months

    Postscript: Received the tablet back from Verizon repair. They completed full unroot and reloaded the stock OS. I would not suggest using King Root as the root method. I’m going to continue looking for another method that won’t cause so much instability from somebody that has successfully performed it without issue.

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    Fretwork 7 months

    Hey can someone please get me a factory rom copy? I used this method and now I’ve nearly bricked the device. :@ Grrr Please someone help… Ive looked everywhere online..

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