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Rooting Devices With Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update

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The Android One owners that have already updated their devices to Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS can now restore root access and re-enable the system modifications on the device by flashing it with the Zeus Kernel via Philz or TWRP recovery. You can gain once again root access by flashing SuperSU version 2.50 on the device after installing the kernel via the custom recovery.

Below are the Android One devices that are compatible with the Zeus kernel:

– MyPhone Uno;
– Karbonn Sparkle V;
– Symphony Roar A50;
– Nexian Journey One;
– Cherry Mobile One;
– Micromax Canvas A1;
– Mito Impact;
– Evercross One X;
– Spice Dream UNO.

Tools that you need to root your Android One device that runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow

First of all, you will need to download Zeus kernel and SuperSU version 2.50 by Chainfire on your device. Make sure that the device has at least 80% battery left, so it will not shutdown during the rooting process, as it can permanently damage your device.

HINT: Backup any important data and settings that you have on your smartphone before starting the rooting process, as all the data from the device will be erased.

Reboot your Android One device into custom recovery mode or TWRP (requires installation) by powering off your device and pressing and holding “Volume Down” and “Power”. Select the TWRP option in order to backup data and select: Data, System, Recovery, EFS, Boot and swipe the confirmation button in order to start the backup. Wait until the backup process completes and return to the recovery main menu or home screen. Finally, hit the install option and browse the Zeus kernel file and select it.

Confirm the installation of the kernel by swiping the confirmation button. Once the installation of the kernel completes, return to the TWRP home screen again, tap on the install option, select SuperSU zip file and swipe the confirmation button to continue with the installation. When the installation completes, just reboot the device and you will notice that your Android One that runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now rooted!