The ZTE Blade A3 has been out for a little over a year now, but it’s never too late to root. Before I get into the actual rooting, I want to give you ...
The ZTE Blade A3 has been out for a little over a year now, but it’s never too late to root. Before I get into the actual rooting, I want to give you a warning up front. As a warning some, if not all, of these rooting options will void your warranty. If you have any concerns about rooting, I’ll address them here and set your mind at ease.
This rooting guide uses the KingRoot utility to achieve root. Kingroot is one of many rooting services that take a lot of work out of the process for the ease of the user. In fact, Kingroot doesn’t need a PC to root your phone, all you need is the APK. Download and installation should only take you five minutes or less, so this is a heavily recommended option.
Guide rooting ZTE Blade A3 (T220) With Kingroot:
- Download KingRoot 4.8.2 and install it. If you see a warning box then you require to check Unknown sources under Settings –> Security.
- You should see the KingRoot icon in your App Drawer. Tap on the app icon to open it.
- Once the app is lunched, it will try to analyze your device to find suitable root process and soon you will see the following screen.
- Tap on “TRY TO ROOT” or “START ROOT” button that shown at the bottom of the screen.
- Once completed you will see a big green tick that means your phone is now rooted.
As one more additional step, download Root Checker to confirm your device has been rooted successfully. Once you’ve confirmed this, the whole rooting world is your cliché oyster.