A standard rooting procedure will install SuperSU on your device. That SuperSU app is the special app that grants your device the access to the root file system. With the new KingRoot one-click universal rooting app, things are a bit different. The developers who created this tool have also created a kingUser app and the KingUser replaces the SuperSU. Effectively they do the same job but are named differently.

ZTE Blade S6

The Files You Need

  1. Download the KingRoot app from its official thread made over at XDA Developers here. The developers of the universal one-click rooting tool during this guide are the same people who created that thread.
  2. That’s the only file you need to root the ZTE Blade S6 smartphone. Once you install the app on your device, you will see three new apps in your applications drawer. The two we do not mention during the guide are the KingUser and the KingMaster apps. The KingMaster increases your device’s performance and the KingUser is the one you want for unrooting the device should you ever want to go down that path.
  3. You are voiding the warranty of your ZTE Blade S6 smartphone by following this guide. You can, however, unroot using the app we mentioned and it will restore that warranty so you may use it again.
  4. You may verify your Blade S6 is one of the ZTE supported devices on the list.

Rooting the ZTE Blade S6 Smartphone

  1. Download the KingRoot app from the files section above to your computer.
  2. Enable the Unknown Sources on your device by pointing to the Menu > Settings > Security > Unknown Sources.
  3. Connect the ZTE Blade S6 to the computer using the USB cable.
  4. Transfer the KingRoot package over to the internal storage SD card on your S6 smartphone.
  5. Unplug it from the computer once you have it on the SD card.
  6. Now you need to know how to install an APK file on an Android device. Our guide walks you through that process. Those of you choosing to do it with a file manager can read the best file manager for Android and download one from that page.
  7. Tap and open the KingRoot app from your devices application drawer once you have it on your device.
  8. Tap the Get Root button from the main page of the app.
  9. Wait while the universal one-click tool roots your device. You can watch the progress bar until it gets to the 100% mark.
  10. Once the process reaches 100% you should get a success message too.
  11. Reboot your smartphone and you’re done.
  12. You can choose to install the root checker app from the Google Play Store and just check the guide did work for you. Once that’s done, feel free to install all of the apps from the Google Play Store which you couldn’t otherwise install before you starting this guide.
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