Zopo announced the ZP998 featuring a 5.5″ FHD display last year. The ZP998 was first whipped with Android 4.2.1 JellyBean. The device uses MTK MT6592 chip featuring a octa-core processor clocked at 1.7GHz, paired with Mali-450MP4 graphics unit and also integrates 2GB of RAM.
Zopo zp998 users, who wish to root their devices running on Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean, may follow our step-by-step guide. The root file called as Framaroot is shared by senior XDA developer, Alephzain.
Jellydroid will not be responsible for any kind of damage or mishap occurred to the ZOPO ZP998 during or after the rooting process with Framaroot. Rooting the ZOPO ZP998 will void the manufacturer’s warranty. Proceed at your own risk.
Before Getting Started:
Fist thing is first, we highly recommend you to take a proper backup of all your existing data on your ZOPO ZP998 before proceeding to the rooting.
Make sure that the ZOPO ZP998 has at least about 70% of charge to prevent unexpected shutdowns during the rooting process.
How To Root ZOPO ZP998
- Download The Framaroot app and install it on your zp998.
- Open the installed Framaroot application on your tablet.
- Choose the “SuperSU” from the dropdown menu.
- Select “Barahir” which is the exploiting method. And you will see the following text: “Success, Superuser and SU binary installed.”
- Reboot the device
Done! You’ve successfully rooted ZOPO ZP998 on Android 4.2 firmware. Now verify by finding the SuperSU app in your apps list. You can download and install the Root Checker app from the given link to check that either your ZOPO ZP998 is successfully rooted or not.
By the time you’ve completed all of these steps, you should be rocking a fully rooted phone. Pretty simple, right?