Some manufacturers and OEMs may choose to refuse your warranty service that you paid for when purchasing the device if you have root access on your handset. That’s a small price to pay for the amount of joy root access can bring. Furthermore, most of the time you can unroot your device and make that warranty working again — assuming there is still some time on the agreement you had with the company like Huawei. In fact, we can tell you from experience that most Huawei devices do come with unrooting guides that make the warranty work. That’s because Huawei don’t have any extra security in place like a company like Samsung does with Knox security.
The Files You Need
- Download the SuperRecovery from this link.
- These are the steps to root Huawei Ascend G300 smartphones. The following guide only grants the rooting permissions and does not install a custom recovery on your device.
Rooting the Huawei Ascend G300
- Download the SuperRecovery file to the desktop of the computer. Make sure you shift it to the desktop location.
- Right-click over the SuperRecovery file and choose the ‘extract here’ option from the menu.
- Hold the Power button down for a long-press and wait until the device is completely off.
- Reboot the device by pressing the Volume Down + Power keys.
– doing this correctly should take your device to the bootloader mode.
- Now just connect the Ascend G300 to the computer using the USB cable that you normally use for charging.
- Click over the install-superrecovery-windows.bat file that is on your desktop after you extracted the file above.
- Now just watch the display as your device is about to get that root access you have waited so long to have.
- Reboot your device once it’s done and take control of your Google account that’s connected with your device.
- You can choose to install the root checker app first, or head directly to the Google Play Store and begin installing the third-party apps you couldn’t install before.