Root Obi MV1 – If you have Obi Worldphone MV1 device then you’ll be glade to know that MV1 Root is now available that will give you administrative privileges over the internal file system of your device as a superuser.
The Obi MV1 is powered by 1.3GHz quad-core processor and it comes with 1GB of RAM. The phone packs 16GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 64GB via a microSD card.
The Obi MV1 is a Dual-SIM smartphone that accepts Micro-SIM and Nano-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB OTG, FM, 3G and 4G. Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor and Gyroscope.
As far as the cameras are concerned, the Obi Worldphone MV1 packs a 8-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 2-megapixel front shooter for selfies. The MV1 runs Android 5.1 and is powered by a 2500mAh removable battery.
Rooting android device gives you total control over the entire Android system. You can use and download all the blocked features and tools, but this power comes with some risks. A lot of the blocked features and tools are present to protect you from malware, for instance. Once rooted, you won’t have the protection of an unrooted Android version.
Before you start rooting your own device, read this once to get a clear understanding of what you are getting into.
Getting rid of the bloat.
When you root your phone you can remove any apps that were pre-installed on your device. While you couldn’t have done this normally, now you can remove all of those bloated apps that did nothing take up space and slow down your device.
Installation of custom ROMs
You can install a custom ROM or Kernel after you root you device, which essentially means you get a new device software-wise. Custom ROMs offer several performance fixes and tweaks to your system, and are typically more user-friendly than stock ones. They are optimized for battery and performance and update more frequently than stock ROMS do.
Better battery backup
This goes hand in hand with getting rid of bloatware and underclocking your device. With more control over every individual process on your phone, you can zero in on what’s eating away at your battery, and then put a stop to it.
Another big disadvantage of rooting Android is the fact that you lose your device warranty. Device makers will not cover damage caused after you root the device or if you realize that the phone was bricked while it was being rooted. In some devices, you can still unroot the device after rooting so that device makers do not know whether you rooted it or not. On the other hand, device makers can go to great extents to find out the truth about your device. For most users, your phone warranty is pretty much permanently voided once you root your phone.
You can root your phone in two ways using KingRoot. One is through directly downloading and installing the application on your phone.
How To Root Obi Worldphone MV1
- Download Kingroot 5.2.0 (latest version) From XDA Forum
- 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.
This rooting method for Obi Worldphone MV1 is going to work really well and is reliable. If you have any questions about the rooting process feel free to talk to me in the comments. I would love to assist you.