Rooting the ZTE A880 is like giving it administrator permissions. Unfortunately, when we buy devices that run Android OS, we are already buying devices that are locked. We call this locking it up with factory restrictions. It’s a different type of locking that is not to be confused with having a device that’s locked to a phone carrier network. The locking when we are referring to the operating system itself is when Google prevent us from having full system access to the Android root file system. The main thing this interrupts is our installation of apps. When we think about security and malware, it’s important to secure the apps because that’s really the only way malware can get on our devices. So by locking the operating system they are also locking the app s owe cannot use many of them.
The Files You Need
- Download the universal rooting tool, namely KingRoot from here.
- Make sure you have enabled the Unknown Sources option on the ZTE A880 smartphone. Do that by heading to the Menu > Settings > Security > Unknown Sources.
Rooting the ZTE Xiaoxian A880
- Download the KingRoot file from above to the desktop of your computer.
- Connect the ZTE A880 smartphone to the computer with the USB cable.
- Copy the KingRoot file over to the root of the SD card.
- Unplug the device from the computer.
- Install the KingRoot APK on your ZTE device. You can use a file manager if you prefer.
- Launch the KingRoot app once you have it on your app drawer with the other apps on your device.
- Tap the Try to Root or get Root button on the front page of the application.
- Wait as the universal one click rooting tool grants the rooting permissions to your device.
- Exit the app and reboot the ZTE device.
- Once the device reboots back in normal mode, you can straight away head to the Google Play Store and start installing the apps you want. You might want to start with the root checker app just to make sure it did work.