How To Root Xiaomi Mi A1 Android Smartphone
Xiaomi mobile has a wonderful feature that allows its user to root their device. in this article, we are discussing how to root Xiaomi Mi A1 device. At first have a look on the device features;
The Xiaomi Mi A1 launched in 2017, September. Mi A1 a 5.5 inches, 82.6 cm2 Full HD IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. It is powered by one of the most powerful processors, the Qualcomm MSM8953 Snapdragon 625. This Xiaomi Mi A1comes with 4 GB Ram and 64 GB of built-in storage that can be extended with a MicroSD card up to 128 GB. The Xiaomi Mi A1 packs in a mammoth-sized 3080mAh battery.
You can be able to root Xiaomi Mi A1 smartphone by using the following rooting tutorial given here and get the ability to install custom ROM firmware’s, custom recoveries, remove pre-installed system applications and do a lot more things.
“WARNING: Rooting your Xiaomi Mi A1 smartphone will void your device warranty, and you won’t be able to claim it until you unroot your device. So, think well about it before getting started with the rooting procedure.”
Step 1: First of all, take a full backup of your personal data on your mobile. This step is for safety purposes.
Step 2: Then, make sure you have 50% to 60% of the battery backup on your device, since it takes a long time to root, and when you turn off your device in the process of rooting because of the lack of battery backup, it gets stuck.
Step 3: Next, enable your smartphone’s USB debugging mode by following this path, Settings->Developer Options-> USB Debugging. If your system settings can not show the options, then use this direction, Settings-> About Phone, and activate it (tapping on the Constitute Number, 5-7 times).
Step 4: Now, download the Xiaomi Mi A1 USB driver and install it on your computer. By doing this, you will be able to connect your smartphone to the computer.
You may proceed to the rooting tutorial provided below when all these prerequisites have been completed.
Step 1: To get started, download kingoroot for windows and install it on your computer. Once the installation is completed, launch its window.
Step 2: After all of this, you can continue to the next rooting guide. First, attach your mobile to the device via the initial USB data cable. If you don’t have the USB driver properly installed on your device, the Kingo Root downloads and installs the correct USB drivers.
Step 3: After installing the USB driver, you will receive the following message: Xiaomi Redmi 5A Normal Mode. Root Status: No. Now, click the “Root” button to start the rooting process.
Step 4: It will take one or two minutes for Kingo Root to finish the rooting process and after it’s finished, the message “Root Succeed” will be sent.
That’s it. Now the smartphone Xiaomi Redmi 5A has been rooted successfully. Download Android Root Checker on your phone for confirmation and confirm the root rights of your device.