Every application you download from the Google Play Store has its own user account. Android does this to lock down the Linux security the best way it knows how. The reason that’s an efficient way of storing the apps is because it means each app becomes very isolated from each other. It’s that separation that allows for better security and that’s usually a great thing.

However, the downside of that is many apps available on the Google Play Store require full system access to work and Android security stops that from happening. By following the guide below you are granting your device that full system access it needs to install the extra apps from the Google Play Store.


The Files You Need

  1. Download the KingRoot package from its official XDA Developers page here.
  2. You do not need any other files with this guide.
  3. Rooting your ZTE Q7 smartphone does void the warranty. After you install the APK file during the guide, you get three new apps on your device. One of those apps is the KingUser app. You can tap and open that KingUser app and that’s where you can unroot the device. After you successfully unroot the ZTE Q7 smartphone, you get the warranty back again.
  4. Feel free to check that your ZTE device is one of the ZTE supported devices from its list.

Rooting the ZTE Q7 Smartphone

  1. Download the KingRoot app to your computer and transfer the file over to the desktop.
  2. Enable the Unknown Sources option on your Q7 device so you can install apps from outside the Google Play Store. Do that by navigating to the Menu > Settings > Security > Unknown Sources.
  3. Connect your ZRE Q7 device to the computer where you have the file waiting.
  4. Copy the app over to the internal storage SD card on your device.
  5. Learn how to install APK files on Android devices and check out the best file managers for the job if you are choosing to use a file manager.
  6. Once done, tap on the KingRoot icon available from the devices app drawer.
  7. On the main page of the app, tap the large Root button.
  8. Watch the progress bar and wait until it reaches 100% and the app gives you a success message.
  9. Close the app and download the root checker app to check that it did work.
  10. You can follow the original link for the tool through to the XDQA Developers page and thank the developers who made the tool for your device. You can also like and share this content to let your friend know it works.