If you’ve been looking for a way to root your Intex Aqua SX, then you’ve come to the right place. The following guide teaches how you can root your Intex Aqua SX by flashing the SuperSU ZIP using a custom recovery.

As you may already know, rooting brings a number of customization options for you. Once rooted, you can install whatever root-requiring apps you want, flash a custom ROM, and do many more things that you haven’t been able to do due to lack of root-access.


So, here’s how to go about rooting your device:

Files You Need

1. In order to root your device, you must have CWM Recovery installed on it. Please follow our how to install a custom recovery on the Intex Aqua SX tutorial to install a custom recovery on your device.

2. Download SuperSU to your computer. Do NOT extract it, leave it as is.

Rooting the Intex Aqua SX

1. Connect your phone to your computer using a USB cable.

2. Copy SuperSU archive from your computer over to the SD card storage on your device.

3. When the file is copied, disconnect your phone from your computer.

4. Turn off your phone.

5. Reboot your phone into recovery mode. To do so, hold down Volume UP+Power buttons at the same time.

6. You should reboot into the CWM Recovery mode.

7. In the recovery mode, select install zip from sdcard.

8. On the screen that follows, select choose zip from sdcard.

9. Choose SuperSU .zip to be flashed on your phone.

10. Wait for it to flash the zip file on your phone.

11. When the file is flashed, reboot your phone by selecting reboot system now from the recovery menu.

12. You’re now rooted!

And you’re done.

Your Intex Aqua SX now has root-access that should enable you to enjoy many of the root-requiring apps on your device.

Rooting the Android OS that runs on your mobile is how you become the root user which is another way of saying having the control of the root user account. The person who has control of the root user account is in charge and gets to decide what is installed and what is uninstalled on the device. That is almost always talking about what apps are going to be installed and what apps are going to be taken away that might already be on the device.

It doesn’t matter if you have unlocked the bootloader and installed a custom recovery so you could then flash the SuperSU from the custom recovery image or if you got root access another way such as flashing a one-click rooting tool directly from the browser on the device or a flashing tool on the computer. They all lead to the same thing which is having control of the root user account and they all allow for the same thing which the installation of all the same apps that would not run before. These are called the root apps, and they can do many things.

You can find applications out there (root apps) that allow you to make the battery last longer so you don’t need to buy a new one, give your software more features so you are happier with Android, offer better backing up solutions and the only way to take full backups with apps and loads more practical things like being able to restore pictures that you deleted and though you would never see again. We have articles that go into much more detail about what is possible to do with a rooted Android so you can further understand.

Moreover, once you know all of the things that can be done with a rooted Android operating system, it is time to find out what apps are available out there to help you do the things that you want to be done. No magical search bar allows you to type in the descriptions, and it reveals the names. Instead, you need to know the names of the apps you want to try before searching for them. Our article that goes through what many of the best root applications for Android are goes into detail about a great many of them and also what apps most people who are root users choose to install.