How to Root your Infinix Zero 2

Infinix Zero 2 is still recent in the market and the first thing that might come to your mind is how... thumbnail 1 summary
Infinix Zero 2 is still recent in the market and the first thing that might come to your mind is how to root your Infinix Zero 2, if you have gotten yours.

And that's what is discussed here. How to rooting Infinix Zero 2 which is also know as Infinix Hero or Infinix X509.

The rooting process of the Infinix Zero 2 is really easy and can be accomplished in less than five minutes provided that you follow the method slated here to root the Infinix Zero 2.

Now, Guides for Rooting Infinix Zero 2

As always, our number one root application for most android devices is Kingroot especially; for must MTK android devices such as Infinix Zero 2.

The method for rooting the Infinix Zero 2 is slightly different though, just proceed cautiously.

First, Requirement for Rooting Infinix Zero 2
1- Kingroot Application. Download Kingroot from here and then; install it on your Infinix Zero 2.
2- An active (strong) internet connection preferably, hotspot.

Rooting the Infinix Zero 2

1- Lunch/Open Kingroot: if you have downloaded kingroot application from the download link above, simply open it.
Once opened, Kingroot should automatically identify your Infinix Zero 2 as Infinix X509. See the image below.

Wait few seconds while Kingroot varifies that your Infinix X509 is rooted or not. Definately, Kingroot will say root access is unavailable if you have not rooted it.

2- Attempt Rooting: simply tap the lock-icon on the kingroot application to attempt rooting the phone. See the image below:

3- Wait While Kingroot Roots your Infinix X509: now, hold on a bit while the root process continues. The interface should look somewhat like the image below;

During the process, your device may restart. This is normal. Just proceed.

4- Install Kinguser: once the root process is complete, you should see something similar to the image below;

Kingroot is prompting you to install Kinguser, a root manager app on your Infinix Zero 2.
Don't worry about the warnings. Simply mark the box that says I understand and still want to install it then, click Install anyway.

5- Root Access Obtained: and by this, your Infinix Zero 2 have been successfully rooted.


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