The iBall Slide 6351 Q40i device now has a working rooting method thanks to the updated version of the Kingo Root application. Not to be confused with the KingRoot application, Kingo Root has been around for a few years and is similarly a popular one-click rooting solutions for your mobiles and tablets.
Rooting your iBall smartphone is what you need to do if you want to install custom ROMs, custom kernels and root-requiring apps from the Google Play Store like the Greenify app.
These are the steps to root the iball Slide 6351 Q40i smartphone:
Files You Need
- Download the Kingo Root tool from this page.
- You must have a Windows PC to run the Kingo Root application successfully. Any version of Windows operating systems will do apart from the Windows RT that comes with some of the Microsoft Surface RT tablets.
- You must have a working internet connection on your Windows PC if you want to root the iBall Slide device using this method.
Rooting the iBall Slide 6351 Q40i
- Download the Kingo Root tool from the link above and install on directly on your computer.
- Make sure you have the Developer Options unlocked on the Slide device by tapping on the Menu > Settings > About Device > Tap the build number 7 times.
- Now enter the Developer Options menu on your Slide by tapping the Menu > Settings > Developer Options and enable the USB Debugging Mode by checking the box for that option. Leave the Developer Options menu and it will remember your settings.
- Open the Kingo Root tool and click the ‘Root’ button.
- The rooting tool will now spend a few minutes rooting the Slide smartphone. Do not touch any buttons until it’s complete. You can easily tell when it’s complete by observing the messages on the display.
Unplug your device from the computer, close the Kingo application and then open your Google Play Store application on the smartphone. Browse for the basic root checker application and run it on your device. Agree to update the Superuser access if it asks you to do that when you open the app.