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    Root Micromax A1 Android One on 5.1 Lollipop (sprout)

    How to root Android One After Updating / Upgrading to Android 5.1 Lollipop.

    As we already know that Android 5.1 Lollipop Update is out and rolling for Android One devices, but after upgrading to lollipop the main problem that various users face is that previous rooting methods are not working on lollipop, so today we are sharing this tutorial on rooting your Android One device after upgrading to Lollipop.

    This method works on all Android One devices including Micromax A1, Karbonn Sparkle V, Spice Dream Uno and More.

    Supported Devices :

    • Micromax Canvas A1
    • Karbonn Sparkle V
    • Spice Dream UNO
    • Nexian Journey One
    • Symphony Roar A50
    • Evercoss One X
    • Mito Impact
    • MyPhone Uno
    • Cherry Mobile One


    Rooting Guide After Upgrading to Lollipop :

    Note : This method does not requires you to unlock bootloader, so if you have a locked bootloader then no problem this method works perfectly on that too.

    Prerequisites :

    • A Windows PC
    • USB Cable
    • Internet Connection
    • Android One Device running Lollipop

    Rooting Guide :

    Step 1 : Firstly make sure that you have .Net 4.0 installed on your PC, if not then visit the below link to download.

    Download .Net 4.0

    Step 2 : Now download Android One Toolkit from the XDA Forum, use the below link to download the latest version.

    Download Android One Toolkit

    Step 3 : After downloading open Android One Toolkit and click on Install Drivers from the top right corner to install ADB Drivers for your phone.

    Step 4 : Now in your phone turn on USB Debugging Mode from Settings>>Developer Options.

    Step 5 : Now connect you phone to your PC with USB Cable

    Step 6 : Open Android One Toolkit and click on List Devices, it will display connected device.

    Android One Toolkit for Rooting & Recovery
    Android One Toolkit for Rooting & Recovery

    Step 7 : Now Click on Root button to Root your device, if you want you can also flash Custom Recover by clicking on the Flash Recovery Button, and you can also Lock and Unlock your Bootloader with the same.

    That’s it, This method is applicable for all Android One Devices whether they are on Kitkat or on Lollipop.

    If you face any problem then comment below and also give you suggestions and reviews about this tool.


    Credits :


    Source : XDA Forums


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    Maitreya Patni
    Maitreya is the Founder and Chief Editor at Broodle. He loves helping people around him to get through the day to day trouble they face with technology. So that, they can love technology as much as he does!


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