While there’s a root-method for almost every Android device out there, how can the Intex Aqua i5 be left out? A root method has just popped-up that roots the Intex Aqua i5 and gives you a chance to get the best out of it. Once you’re rooted, you’re free to enjoy hundreds of root-requiring apps on your device that take the customization opportunities to the next level.

Not only is that, you can even install a custom recovery when you’re rooted. If that sounds good to you, here’s how you can root your Intex Aqua i5 smartphone:

Intex Aqua i5

Files You Need

1. In order for your computer to be able to recognize your device, you should have the ADB drivers installed on your computer.

2. Download Root Package to your computer. It contains all the files you need to root your device.

Rooting the Intex Aqua i5

1. Extract files from the Root Package to your computer. To do that, right-click on Root Package and select Extract here and the files will be extracted.

2. Head to Menu->Settings->Developer options on your device and enable the USB debugging option. It’ll allow your computer to interact with your device.

3. Plug in your phone to your computer using a USB cable.

4. Double-click on “root_cyb.bat” available on your computer and it will launch.

5. Wait for it to gain root-access on your device.

6. When it is done rooting, reboot your device.

7. You’re all done!


Your Intex Aqua i5 is now rooted. What that means is you now have the freedom to do whatever you want on your device without any firmware restrictions. I’d suggest you to start off with the root-requiring apps!

Since you’re now rooted, you can install a custom recovery on your device which will then let you flash a custom ROM on your device. If you’re ready, then go ahead and do that.

Many people think that rooting Android and installing custom ROMs go together but they actually don’t. You don’t need a rooted Android to install a custom ROM. However, where people can get confused is that there are root apps out there like the ROM Manager than offer people an easy way to install a custom ROM, and that is part of what creates the confusion. Anyhow, the point being there are lots of things you can do when you have the Android operating system rooted but installing a custom ROM isn’t one of them. Other things like installing apps to help with backing up, getting apps to help make the battery last longer, tweak the UI and overall design and add more features thanks to automation are all things you need root access to be able to do. Simply put, the apps that you can install without root access aren’t able to do much because they don’t have root access which his what is required before you can make any significant changes to the Android operating system. You can find out all there is to know and do with a rooted Android operating system by reading more about it in our detailed guide.

Now that you have had a good read on the things that are achievable when you are rooted, you need to know how to achieve them. All of the things mentioned are done by installing applications that help you make it all happen. The vast majority of those apps are available from the Google Play Store, and the rest are found by using a search engine (like Google search). If you need to find out the names of the root apps that help you achieve what you wanted you can check out our list that shows what many of the best root apps are for you to install on your rooted Android.