How to Root Panasonic T31
Panasonic T31 has loads of room for improvement. That is the reason for our tutorial. You will find, in it, all you need for your phone’s well-being. Allow us to help!
The smartphone was first brought for purchase in 2013. Along with it came these: 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 and Android 4.2.2. The rooting is a process that cannot be performed without SRSRoot. This is an instrument that’s available for free. No matter the product you choose to install it on, the app fully accepts it.
The benefits of this procedure
The Android version mentioned above is one of the many that work with the freeware. Then there’s the processor we just mentioned; the smartphone’s speed will increase after the app is used. The device will welcome new features and customization options. Superuser and admin permission get combined with root-only apps. Battery life receives a much-needed boost. Prepare for custom ROMs, also.
You should have a Build ID at the ready. In our case, this one worked very well: EB-90S040T31v1005. The app is compatible with every other Build ID that’s available. The freeware is powered by an SRS Server. In case you aren’t happy with the root access, the SRSRoot can become a tool with unrooting powers.
You will experience some difficulties if you ever dream of an upgrade. The procedure needs to erase the phone’s root access. The same needs to be done to the system partition. No harm done for the phone’s important files, documents and such. Also, the smartphone won’t lose these: the internal and external SD cards. Apart from that, the device will be safe.
Having root access comes at a price. Your Panasonic T31 has its warranty removed. To make sure it’s back, you should perform a guide which only works with this device.
Keep in mind that the rooting requires some instructions:
- open your notebook;
- access, on it, this website;
- download USB drivers from there on the notebook;
- install them on this device;
- you need to look for the handset’s USB Debugging;
- when you see it, turn it on;
- a bunch of backups must be created so that the phone loses none of its data;
- you need to also perform a full NANDroid backup;
- Windows must be the notebook’s operating system;
- your phone’s security programs have to be disabled;
- disable, on the notebook, the security software that’s on it;
- the rooting has to be performed on a phone whose battery is fully charged.
Step by step instructions
You are going to need help for the rooting. There are steps which tell you how it’s done.
- Your first action needs to be the following: download the SRSRoot on the notebook. This app is easy to come upon. You only need to click on this, then look around for a download button.
- It should be clicked on; this enables the app to be featured on your notebook. The download isn’t one to last longer than some minutes. Then, when you see that it’s done, you’ll be asked to install the SRSRoot on the notebook.
- The freeware must then be launched on it. After that, continue by tapping Menu on the smartphone. Next up, click on this option from it: Settings. Under this is Unknown Sources.
- You then need to look for this option: USB Debugging. It’s the one which we suggested to be tapped for the pre-requisites. Once this is over, do this next: create, between your notebook and the T31, a connection.
- The tool to work in such a case is the phone’s USB cable. This action is also going to be finished in a couple of minutes at the most. Move on by turning on Root Device (All Methods).
- This is specifically needed in order to enter the device in the rooting stages. This will end in 10-15 minutes. A longer procedure may happen.
- This is a problem and you have to find a way to easily solve it. Making this issue go away is something that’s amendable like this: repeat the steps. But don’t redo only a bunch of steps; all of them must be performed once more.
- As soon as you’re not dealing with a problem, you have to let your Panasonic T31 restart. This is why the following option exists: Reboot System Now. The latter must be turned on; wait for the smartphone to reboot on its own.
The handset will afterwards let you launch its novelties. Get ready to use them. Do so for one day or more. If something feels wrong, your T31 can have its previous state restored. The SRSRoot returns it back to that.
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