What if you owned this amazing Smartphone and is for looking an easiest and fastest way to get root access on your Huawei Ascend G6. In our tutorial, we’ll be using the Kingroot by KingStudio. KingStudio has really made the rooting method very simple and is primarily based on an APK Application.
The smartphone runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with company’s Emotion 2.0 Lite UI on top. It features a 4.5-inch qHD display and offers a pixel density 245ppi. The Ascend G6 is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor. It comes with 1GB of RAM and also packs 4GB of built-in storage, expandable up to 32GB (via microSD card).
Kingroot offers you the easiest way to root your android phone. The program was first designed for rooting Huawei Ascend G6 but now it works on an almost maximum number of Android phones. Using the program for rooting purpose is also easy where you just have to download the program on your phone and then run the program.
You do not need any computer or any other assistance when you are using Kingroot to root your android phone. After the installation of the application, open it and an option called ‘Try to Root’ will appear. Tap on the option if your device is compatible and wait for some time. After few minutes a pop up will come up saying ‘Root Successful’.
Root Huawei G6 via Kingroot
- Download Kingroot from here.
- Before installing kingroot, you have to disable the internet on the phone first
- Open the APK file with your default file manager
- If your device displays Installation Blocked or something like this message then Go To Setting – Security and there you can tick the Unknown sources box.
- When the installation is complete, enable again your mobile internet
- Click “try root” button to start rooting
- If your device is compatible, it will finish rooting after few minutes. If rooted successfully, you will see rooted screen which means you device has been successfully rooted.
- To become more sure, you can go to google play, search and download Root Checker app to Check if the Root is successful.
That’s it folks, Hopefully that’s work for you. So what next? Well, you can look for Custom Recovery (ClockworkMod or TWRP) which will let you further flash Custom ROMs. Do let us know in the comment section, if you need further support or confused at any step. For More Android Stuff and Tutorials, do not forget to visit us back.