Over the past few months, Xiaomi has managed to transform the Indian smartphone market scene. The trend initially started with the Mi3, followed by the Redmi 1S, and now Redmi Note taking it forward.
For many the Redmi Note is just a large sized phablet, but for some it's a forward looking device. Sure we've had a lot of precarious issues using a phablet, but the Redmi Note seemed to have impressed us in every sense. These days it has been our daily driver.
Anyway, the Redmi Note is a brilliant handset, but now we'd like to root the device in order to get maximum juice out of it. Rooting is not a crime; it just allows users to dig deeper into the phone's sub-system.
In order to root the device, you all need to simply download a file, upload it to the handset's internal storage, apply the patch and reboot.
Disclaimer: Rooting may introduce some security issues. The following actions on your handset at your own risk as there are chances that your handset might start acting up strangely. GizBot or OneIndia isn't responsible for any damages.
Here's how to root the Redmi Note 3G. Best of luck!
Download the rooting file (edMiNote_rootonly_rel.zip). Save it in the root directory of your Internal Storage.
Next, copy the downloaded zip file to the root folder on the phone's SD card. Once done, simply go to Tools. Open the Updater. Tap menu and select "Select update package".
Now, select the file you've downloaded for rooting. And tap "Update".
Just wait for a few minutes and your handset will reboot. Be patient!
Once the Redmi Note reboots, you need to go to" Security App" and later tap on "Permission". Now "Turn on "Root Permission".
Congratulations! You have successfully rooted the Redmi Note 3G.