How to Root Philips Xenium Dual SIM W732
There are a lot of things Philips Xenium Dual SIM W732 will be exposed to following this tutorial. You’re given the chance to see it deliver a significantly superior performance doubled by many novelties. The procedure’s details are offered starting now!
If what you want to do most for your handset is to root it, let us tell you how it goes. The first thing to know is that the procedure uses a certain method. More exactly, the following: SRSRoot. This is a rooting instrument which goes with every kind of product released until now or planned to be unveiled in the future. Your device was first presented in 2012. Back then, its 1 GHz Cortex-A9 CPU delivered a good speed. If the processor doesn’t move as fast as it once did, the SRSRoot will change that.
The benefits of this procedure
Moving on, you should know that this app is free. You have to perform the rooting with it after you’ve chosen a Build ID. You aren’t required to opt for a certain kind of ID. You are free to work with the one you like to use. Our pick for this tutorial was W732_M6575B_1242_00_V25A_RU. Your smartphone has Android 4.0.3 ICS on-board. Rooting the device preserves this OS; even if it were another version, the SRSRoot would’ve still kept it. Root access brings superuser and admin permission, root-only apps and these: custom ROMs. Battery life is more consistent and you have customization options, also. New features will make a difference, too. The freeware is powered by an SRS Server and you won’t have to fear security problems. There will also be no bloatware around.
Your Philips Xenium W732 can’t stick to its warranty. Once the latter’s gone, you have to find a guide that restores it. Another issue: a rooted device becomes unrooted after an update is performed. That product’s system partition must part with it, too. The elements which won’t share this fate are the handset’s data and its internal / external SD cards.
After you’re done with the following pre-requisites, the rooting is ready to start:
- you’ll find some USB drivers on this website;
- after you’re at the right address, you’ll need to download and install them on the laptop;
- USB Debugging has to be activated on the handset;
- backing up the phone’s data is something you should do now;
- a full NANDroid backup has to be created;
- the laptop must contain Windows;
- security programs need to be deactivated on the Philips Xenium Dual SIM W732;
- security programs have to also be turned off, this time the ones on your laptop;
- charge the handset’s battery unit.
Step by step instructions
After you’re done performing the actions above, others will follow. They are the steps that root your device!
- This is what we have for you as the first step. Go to this page on your computer. The website you’re on contains the following which should be clicked on: a download button.
- When the option’s been turned on, the SRSRoot will begin the journey to the laptop. After it arrives there, the freeware needs to be installed. The app has to be launched, too.
- Once the tool is both flashed and open there, the phone needs to see its Settings option enabled; you’ll see this under Menu. Under Settings is another option: Unknown Sources. Tap it, also, then do the following: activate, if you didn’t, USB Debugging.
- The smartphone and your laptop are ready to create a connection between one another. Help them by using the smartphone’s USB cable. The plugging will be over in just a couple of minutes.
- As soon as it is, the smartphone needs to be be shown how a rooting works. For this, you have to tap Root Device (All Methods). Once the option has been turned on, just sit back and let the procedure work its magic.
- When 15 minutes will be up, you’ll know that the procedure’s over. If the rooting is not finished, you have to solve this problem. This is how you can do it: repeat the steps.
- On the contrary, if the rooting didn’t throw issues along the way, you will have one more step at your disposal. End the process as such: tap, on the same phone, its Reboot System Now option. Your Philips Xenium W732 will very soon begin a rebooting stage. When the latter ends, your device will get its chance at a long-awaited improvement.
By exploring the root access, you will be able to get an impression of its uses. Should the novelties and such not be enough for you anymore, the SRSRoot is great at removing root access.
The guide published here has a comment box. It’s under this article; questions about problems you have during the procedure can be left in that box.