If you cannot find any apps you want to use from the Google Play Store, you might want to get root access on your Huawei Ascend P6 smartphone.
Giving your device rooting permissions is the same as giving your device administrator permissions from the Windows operating system. With Android, you can use that root access to the internal system to run additional apps from the Google Play Store that require root access to work.
The Files You Need
- Download the Root Genius file that is made to root your device from this link.
- Download the Huawei device drivers for the Windows PC here. The link given is for the official Huawei website.
- These are the steps to root the Huawei Ascend P6 mobile phone. Applying the following tutorial will result in you losing the warranty. You can learn how to unroot the same device to get the warranty working again.
- Should you choice to install a custom recovery later, you will void the warranty again. Return the device back to a stock recovery to get that warranty working again.
Rooting The Huawei Ascend P6
- The first thing you need to do is unlock the Developer Options menu if you haven’t already. You can ind that by pointing to the Settings > About Device and tapping over the build number 7 times until it tells you that you are now using the device as a developer.
Now that you have the Developer Options menu enabled, head to the Settings > Developer Options > check the box to enable the USB Debugging Mode.
- Download the Root Genius tool to the desktop of the computer.
- Right-click over the file and select the ‘extract here’ option from the menu.
- You will now have the executable Root Genius file on the desktop that you can click to run the program.
- Connect the Huawei Ascend P6 smartphone to the computer with the USB cable.
- Run the Root Genius rooting tool and your device should connect if the USB Drivers are working.
- If you cannot get the program to pick up your device, reboot the computer. Sometimes the drivers take a reboot before they start working. It’s really unpredictable as to whether that’s going to happen to you or not.Those of you wanting to know if it worked can install the root checker app from the Google Play Store.