How to root and unroot Asus Zenfone 2‏

How to root and unroot Asus Zenfone 2‏

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Asus Zenfone 2 is a smartphone which is loaded with Android Lollipop unlike other phones which are loaded with KitKat – those installed with KitKat have to manually install Lollipop – but smartphone Asus Zenfone 2 eliminates all these problems and you can get the latest version of Android lollipop. Android Lollipop has the ability to get all your required tasks done easily but still there are users who want to use the smartphone for more which they can get from stock ROM. Now in order to get such applications the only way is to root your Asus Zenfone 2‏ – this essentially means that you have to gain the administrative rights so that you can customize your phone as per your requirement.

Asus Zenfone 2

You can root your Asus Zenfone 2‏ easily if you can follow the below steps –

First and foremost use this  download Link  and save the pre-rooted image on your desktop – download fastboot and save it along with your download image.

Now in order to start rooting the Asus Zenfone 2‏ you need to extract the required files from the Fastboot and pre-rooted system from the desktop. In order to extract the file double click the archives and extract the files.

You need to turn on the USB with the debugging option. Plug in the phone to the personal computer with the help of a USB cable.

Once you reboot your phone and there are times when you have too many applications and you need to remove some of them the best way is to unroot the Asus Zenfone 2‏ – here are some tips for unrooting the Asus Zenfone 2‏.

  • Download  super-unroot for Asus Zenfone 2‏ from link provided in the site. After the download is complete you need to connect your personal computer with the help of USB cable. Now copy the super-unroot.apk to the SD card of your smartphone.
  • When the link is downloaded and copied you need to disconnect your smartphone from the personal computer.
  • Now check the menu – settings – security which is available on your smartphone and then you have to enable the unknown sources option. Now you need to open the file manager application on the smartphone and then install the application on the smartphone. When the application has been installed then you can launch the same from the application drawer.



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