How to Root Motorola DEFY XT535
You don’t know how to root Motorola DEFY XT535? The tutorial we created for your device has the right instrument. Feel free to use it!
You’re more than welcome to test SRSRoot out. Especially considering you want a rooted device. Which device, by the way, was launched 2 years ago. Here are details about the app. This tool is powered by an SRS Server. It was created as freeware and there’s no shortage of gadgets it’s good for. You don’t have to use a complicated unrooting method if you want its root access revoked. There’s always the SRSRoot to turn to. The freeware is free of security trouble and bloatware. It also supports every Build ID you want to use for the rooting. Ours is V1.50A.
The advantages of this method
Your Motorola DEFY XT535 is going to enjoy longer battery life. New features are also a thing with the rooting app. The processor is 1 GHz and its speed is going to be faster. Root-only apps and custom ROMs are going to show up, too. The operating system used by the phone is this: Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread. The latter is a version which doesn’t get erased from the handset. The SRSRoot freeware does the job it was meant for, no matter the OS used by a gadget. Superuser and admin permission are going to be joined by customization options.
The rooting leaves a revoked warranty in its wake. Since it’s an important element on your phone, it can be restored. That is possible thanks to tutorials. Look for the exact one that’s compatible with the phone you have.
Root access won’t stay for long on the Motorola DEFY XT535. Neither will its system partition. The two get affected by an upgrade. The procedure doesn’t do anything to the device’s data or its internal / external SD cards.
The next thing to pay attention to is certain preparations. They include the handset and laptop. Each of these must go through specific actions. They’re detailed now:
- the laptop you use must feature USB drivers, so download them on it from this link;
- the drivers must then be flashed on that device;
- activate, on your phone, its USB Debugging;
- some backups must be made if you want to preserve the phone’s data after you’re done with the rooting;
- also, create a complete NANDroid backup;
- your laptop must have Windows on it;
- the security programs currently enabled on the phone should be turned off;
- the security programs in use on the laptop need to share the same fate as the ones above;
- your phone has a battery which must be fully charged if needed.
Step by step instructions
The smartphone you want to see rooted gets help from our steps. By performing them, the root access will come faster.
- Look at this first step now. It advises you to download the SRSRoot on your laptop. The website you need to get this app from is this one. The freeware will only end up on your device if you click on its download button.
- The download isn’t going to take much. Then, once this process ends, install the app; launch it on the laptop, too.
- To move on, find Menu, tap it, after which do this: enable Settings. All of this should happen on your Motorola DEFY XT535.
- Next item to be ticked off: enable the option under the Settings one. Here is what you need to look for: Unknown Sources.
- You had to tap USB Debugging when we first mentioned the pre-requisites. This part is addressed to those who haven’t enabled this option. All of the readers who tapped it can now turn their attention to another step.
- It needs this from you: to generate a connection between the handset and laptop. The former’s USB cord plays a huge role in this plugging. At the end of the step, you’ll have a handset that’s all ready to enter the rooting phase.
- An option is the one to set things in motion. The name’s Root Device (All Methods) and you must tap it. If you have, then simply have some patience. The procedure will do its thing now; waiting time for this: 10-15 minutes.
- Does the process linger or take longer? You are required to redo the steps. Is the rooting successful the first time around? Then go to the phone, tap Reboot System Now and wait.
- The XT535 will restart again in a couple of minutes. And when it does, you will see yourself surrounded by new things. Take turns using them all. If, by the end of your experiments, root access proves a chore, revoke it. The SRSRoot will serve as an unrooting aid.
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