If there’s one thing that can help make you love your BLU Life One (2015) smartphone even more, it would have to be tweaking it to have better battery life and speed boosts. Luckily for you, it can be achieved by installing the SetCPU application after rooting the device.
Rooting the BLU Life One 2015 smartphone opens up additional avenues that you couldn’t otherwise use if you didn’t have root access. It’s that way because some apps that do the most require root access in order to be able to do those things. google never wanted to block access to some of these features we are able to make use of with root access. It’s a lot more the fact that as a company, Google had no choice for the greater good.
These are the guidelines to root the BLU Life One 2015 (second-generation) running on the Android 4.4.2 KitKat software update:
Files You Need
- Download the KingRoot universal one click rooting applications for your Life One 2015 smartphone from here.
- Note that you do not need to unlock any bootloader to root with the KingRoot tool. However, you probably will need to unlock the bootloader before you try installing any custom recovery on the device such as the TWRP Recovery.
Rooting the BLU Life One 2015 running the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update and newer firmware
- Enable the Unknown Sources option on your BLU Life One smartphone by pointing to the Menu > Settings > Security > Device Administration > Unknown Sources.
- Download the KingRoot APK directly to your web browser application on the BLU Life One, or download it to the computer and copy it to the SD card. You will need to learn how to install APK’s from the SD card if you try that method. Further, you will want to install a File Manager if your device doesn’t come with one automatically.
- Tap on the KingRoot icon from your device’s application drawer and open the KingRoot app.
- Tap on the large button from the main page that suggests rooting your BLU Life handset.
- Watch and wait for the progress bar to reach 100 percent and for the application to give you the success message on the display.
- Close the KingRoot application and reboot the BLU device before you start installing your applications.
In conclusion, that’s how to root the BLU Life One 2015 smartphone using a universal one click rooting app. You should find the KingUser app is available from your app drawer. Anyone wanting to run the stock ROM and unrooted can learn how to unroot with KingRoot to remove the KingUser application.
For everyone else, we suggest opening the Google Play Store and get cracking on installing your new applications that are available. You might want to start with the root checker app just to make sure your device is rooted. From there, the Titanium Backup application is always a great place to stat since it can not only backup your device, but remove the stock apps acting as bloatware on your device too.