Lenovo K320t is the least version of K series released by Lenovo. It’s a MediaTek chipset device & runs Android (7.1) Nougat. If you want to root your Lenovo K320t, then you can do it very easily. Rooting your device unlocks many potential features. There are many benefits to use a rooted device. Here we will guide you How to root Lenovo K320t easily.
Rooting unlocks many features of your Android device. The built-in User Interface of Lenovo K320t might seem generic. But rooting gives you the power to customize your phone according to you. By rooting device, you can use customized stock ROM, install apps from other sources, make your phone faster and many more. In another hand, you must carefully follow the rooting process. Otherwise, it could lead to an unexpected result.
How to Root Lenovo K320t
Remember, you must charge your phone at least 80%. To avoid any data loss, keep a backup of your local data. Go to Settings > Developed > Turn on USB debugging & Oem Unlock. If you don’t see Developer option, go to About Phone & tap 7 times the Build number.
Step 2: Connect your phone to the computer through USB cable.
Step 3: Now open Fastboot tool and type ‘adb reboot bootloader’ & press Enter on the CMD window.
Step 4: Then open ADB tool on your computer. Then type ‘fastboot oem unlock’ to unlock the bootloader.
Step 5: Place the xnboot.img (downloaded before) file into ADB tool folder.
Step 6: To start the flashing process, type ‘fastboot flash boot xnboot.img’ on ADB tool.
Step 7: Wait until the process gets finished.
So, that’s how you can root Lenovo K320t easily. Now, you can disconnect your phone from computer. You can use the Root Checker (Root Status) app to check if your device is rooted or not.
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Readme before leaving:
- Your computer must have the required MTK drivers for your device, to complete rooting process.
- The USB debugging & Oem Unlock must be enabled before the process.
- If you see ‘Waiting for device’ message on ADB tool, then your device is not connected properly.
- The rooting device may cause warranty violation.
- You can also use KingRoot software to root your Lenovo K320t without PC.