Tutorial – Root and Unroot Xiaomi Redmi 1S Android

Here is the new and complete guide to Root and Unroot new new Xiaomi Redmi 1s android smartphone. Xiaomi on Tuesday launched its Redmi 1S smartphone in the Indian market priced at Rs. 5,999. Just like the Mi3 the phone is available via the Flipkart online store only. The registration for the phone is booking now on Flipkart and you can but the same in the September 2nd. The dual-SIM Xiaomi Redmi 1S is packed with some awesome features and specs like great 720p HD screen, an 8-megapixel camera, quad-core 1.6GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor coupled with 1GB of RAM. The 8GB of inbuilt storage (6.14GB user available) is expandable by up to 32GB using a microSD card.

Today in this tutorial we’ll show you how you can root and unroot the phone with flashing a zip file. The process is very easy and take a fewe minutes to complete the all task. Lets tak a look how to do that.

Root and Unroot Xiaomi Redmi 1S Android

Root Xiaomi Redmi 1s

Step 1. Download the file update.zip ( Mirror Link ) to your PC and move the file on your phone SD card with the help of USB cable.

Step 2. Disconnect your Redmi 1S properly from USB and boot into Mi-Recovery (To do this launch the Updater app, press the menu/options button and from the menu choose ‘Reboot to recovery mode‘)

Reboot-Redmi-1s-in-recovery

Step 3. In the Mi-recovery select and confirm ‘English’ (or Chinese if you are capable to understand)

Step 4. Select and confirm ‘Install update.zip to System’, this will take one second

Step 5. Once done, select and confirm ‘Reboot’

Step 6. After reboot go to Security -> Permission and activate Root permission

Redmi1s-Root-Permission

Enjoy your rooted Redmi 1S

Unroot Redmi 1s

Step 1. Go to Security -> Permission and deactivate Root permission

Step 2. Download the file UnRootNative_Redmi1S.zip ( Mirror Link ) to your PC and move the file on your phone SD card with the help of USB cable. And After that RENAME the UnRootNative_Redmi1S.zip to update.zip.

Step 2. Disconnect your Redmi 1S properly from USB and boot into Mi-Recovery (To do this launch the Updater app, press the menu/options button and from the menu choose ‘Reboot to recovery mode‘)

Step 3. In the Mi-recovery select and confirm ‘English’ (or Chinese if you are capable to understand)

Step 4. Select and confirm ‘Install update.zip to System’, this will take one second. After that select and confirm ‘Reboot’

Enjoy your unrooted Redmi 1S (MIUI version is back to xx.0, permission cannot be. For more Xiaomi tips and tick click here and Like us Facebook page here.

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  1. skid September 4, 2014