Auto Root MTK6589 (One click root)

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    This tutorial is essentially the same as this one here:How To Root MTK6589 Tutorial
    It is also very similiar to rooting MTK6577 based Jiayu phones with a batch file mentioned here:Jiayu G2 & G3 simple root

    It is called auto root or one click root, because the rooting is done with a MSDOS batch file automatically. If you know how to click, you should be able to do it.

    It has been reported on various devices, including ZOPO ZP980/C2/ZP810, Feiteng H9500, Star X920 Butterfly, HDC Galaxy S4, Star S7189.

    Steps:

    1. If not already installed, install the USB drivers. Download the drivers from here, or use PDAnet drivers. Refer to this thread on how to install PDAnet drivers.
    2. Enable USB debugging on your phone from Settings > Developer options
    3. Download and extract Auto Root package in a folder on your PC
    4. Connect your phone
    5. Go to the folder you extracted Auto Root package files and run the “run.bat” file by double clicking on it
    6. Press any key to continue
      [img]http://droidchina.com/forum/attachment.php?aid=14[/img]
    7. Wait for process to finish and press any key again.
      [img]http://droidchina.com/forum/attachment.php?aid=15[/img]
    8. Your phone will reboot automatically. Congratulations! You now have a rooted phone.

    To help other rooters, please report back your phone make & model if this works or doesn’t work for you.

    Successful roots by members:
    Cubot A890 – danealegana
    THL W8 – nanimo, kelly2
    Star N9389 – paaaapryka
    THL W8+ – hendahewa
    Iocean X7 – 2alive

    #13112

    danealegana
    Participant

    Great guide! I just had rooted my Cubot A890 with this guide.

    Just one reminder to those who already have working ADB drivers, you can skip installing pdanet drivers when you already have working ADB drivers.

    #13149

    ginco
    Participant

    Sorry, but the .zip files seems be 0 byte

    #13150

    dcadmin
    Participant
    ginco wrote:
    Sorry, but the .zip files seems be 0 byte

    It was a problem with the forum. Sorry about it. I’ve implemented a temporary workaround. You can download the file now. I will work on permanent solution.

    #13151

    dcadmin
    Participant

    Everything is fixed now. Good luck with rooting!

    #13157

    nanimo
    Member

    thanks a lot, my Thl W8 is now rooted and work fine
    easy & good

    #13166

    ginco
    Participant

    thanks dcadmin

    #13181

    kelly2
    Member

    THL W8 is rooted w/o any difficulties, perfect! Thank you.

    #13183

    Komponini123
    Member

    Shouldturn off my phone before plug it in ? Or I just have to leave it on and plug it like that ?

    #13184
    Komponini123 wrote:
    Shouldturn off my phone before plug it in ? Or I just have to leave it on and plug it like that ?

    Turning the phone off is required during flashing with the flash tool. During rooting phone must me turned on.

    #13188

    paaaapryka
    Member

    Star N9389 succesfully rooted ;)

    #13189

    2alive
    Participant
    paaaapryka wrote:
    Star N9389 succesfully rooted ;)

    It works for android 4.2.1 or just 4.1.2?
    Or does it work for both?

    #13190
    2alive wrote:
    It works for android 4.2.1 or just 4.1.2?
    Or does it work for both?

    It should work for both if phone has MTK6589 chipset.

    #13192

    2alive
    Participant
    umit wrote:
    2alive wrote:
    It works for android 4.2.1 or just 4.1.2?
    Or does it work for both?

    It should work for both if phone has MTK6589 chipset.

    Thanks, I want to root the Iocean X7, will try it.
    If it doesn´t work can it brick the phone?

    #13193
    2alive wrote:
    Thanks, I want to root the Iocean X7, will try it.
    If it doesn´t work can it brick the phone?

    There is always a risk involved during rooting. I don’t take any responsibility. However, in case of bricking, it may be possible to rescue the phone by re-installing official ROM using the SP flash tool.

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