How to root ZTE Blade V7 Lite

If you need to get more functionality and squeeze the maximum of your Android smartphone, we’ll tell How root permissions on ZTE Blade V7 Lite. You can only take and do everything according to our instructions, everything is written in plain language, even a beginner will cope!

What is Root

Root access will give you full control over the Android file system and phone, you can block ads in applications, increase the processor clock speed, remove system applications, monitor system services and processes. You will have unlimited opportunities to expand the functionality of the phone.

In rare cases, after the release of the next update, you can not How to root in a certain way, in which case you can always use an alternate option. If it did not work out with the alternative, then write the Android version and the version of your firmware via the comment system, we’ll try to figure out what went wrong with you.

Do not forget that the device’s charge must be at least 30% of this is enough to complete the process.

Option 1

How to root  ZTE Blade V7 Lite
  1. Turn on USB debugging on Android if it is not enabled.
  2. We go to the official website of the program Zykuroot http://zykuroot.info and download Zykuroot 2.2
  3. Connect the phone to the computer and run the program
  4. Press Root and wait a few minutes
    How to root  ZTE Blade V7 Lite
    How to root  ZTE Blade V7 Lite

Spare variant

How to root  ZTE Blade V7 Lite
  1. Turn on USB debugging on Android if it is not enabled.
  2. Download the program Rootkhp Pro 2.2 (at the time of writing the latest version) from the site http://rootkhp.pro this is their official website.
  3. Connect the smartphone to the PC.
  4. Run Rootkhp Pro 2.2, press Root, get a message that the process has started and waiting for the message that Root is received.
    How to root  ZTE Blade V7 Lite
    How to root  ZTE Blade V7 Lite

If you do not understand how to use the program, see the video below:

In the video version of Rootkhp 1.4, but the procedure remains the same, so you can use this video if something is not clear.