The Lenovo A7600 is a mid-range Android tablet released by Chinese manufacturer Lenovo back in June last year. The Lenovo A7600 rocks a 10.1″ display powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core chipset along with 1GB of RAM. Other key specs include a 16GB internal storage, microSD slot, 5MP rear camera, 2MP front camera, 6,340mAh battery as well as Android 4.2 Jelly Bean running out of the box.
Like most other Android tablets, we can root Lenovo A7600 rather easily as well. In the following tutorial, I will be guiding you guys on how to root Lenovo A7600 using Kingo Root.
Disclaimer : During the process of rooting, there is always a risk for you to brick your Android device. So if you choose to root your device, you are doing it at your own risk! Your device warranty will also be voided after rooting.
Prerequisites before you begin rooting Lenovo A7600
- Download both the Kingo Root and Update.zip to your PC.
- Make sure you have enabled USB Debugging from your device’s settings.
- Make sure you have at least 50% battery remaining on your device.
- Back up the Lenovo A7600.
Follow the steps below on how to root Lenovo A7600
- Connect the Lenovo A7600 to your PC using the accompanying USB cable.
- Transfer the Update.zip file over to the root of your tablet’s SD card.
- Next up, turn off your tablet and boot it into recovery mode to install the Update.zip on your device.
- Once done, install Kingo on your PC by double-clicking on its icon and follow the onscreen instructions.
- Once the neccessary driver has been installed, you should see a screen like the one above.
- Click on the root button to begin rooting Lenovo A7600.
- Once it has rooted your device, you should see a Root Succeeded message.
- Reboot your smartphone.
- Congratulation! You’ve just rooted Lenovo A7600!