I am not resposible if anything happens to your phone! Do at your own risk! Things you need: Make sure USB Debugging and Unknown Sources is Checked!! (Settings/Applications/Development) adb basic files from here: adb.zip - 4shared.com - online file sharing and storage - download unzip files to C:\Users\Administrator (Administrator will be whatever your computers name is) (this is for windows 7 only) Now on the computer: Go to START in the search area and type cmd.exe and click it type in adb devices and you should see: Then continue on to the rest.. http://download.cunninglogic.com/su (right click save file as) su.txt file and save to your adb directory Make sure USB Debugging and Unknown Sources is Checked!! Follow these steps exactly! Re-read if needed! adb shell rm -r /data/local/logs (if this command gives you an error, do not worry, it is precautionary. Go to next step) adb shell mkdir /data/local/logs adb shell ln -s /data/local.prop /data/local/logs/loglast1.tar.gz Dial *983*7668# on your phone. This does a few things, it mounts /system as writable on boot, and creates the loglast1.tar.gz. Wait about 10 seconds, then continue. I guess some people are running into an issue when tryping in the code: Originally Posted by rockyj Hello when i enter the number *983*7668# into my phone I get the message "Connection problem or invalid MMI code." This is after the initial messages... Is this a problem or is this known to happen? Help would be GREATLY appreciated! Thanks! type it in and if you get that error msg then ignore it and move onto the next step anyways! adb shell "echo \"ro.kernel.qemu=1\" > /data/local.prop" adb reboot Once the phone reboots, continue: Some people are having issues wit getting su into system/xbin Here is a couple of ways to get it working: Download SU and put it to your adb directory: su - 4shared.com - online file sharing and storage - download adb push su /system/xbin/ OR you can manually put the su file into /system/xbin/ with Es File Explorer from the market. adb shell chown 0.0 /system/xbin/su adb shell chmod 06755 /system/xbin/su adb shell rm -r /data/local/logs adb shell rm /data/local.prop adb shell rm /data/property/persist.sys.ztelog.enable adb shell rm -r /data/local/rwsystag Head into the Market and grab the superuser app! Reboot! Done. This is what your adb commands look like: If you get something else in your adb commands just keep trying until the command goes through! I can say I have tried and tested and it took a few times to get everything working properly , but it does work! Here is a screen shot of my phone: I take no credit for any of this! Thanks to this reference guide: [Exclusive] Developer Codes Left In Retail ZTE Avail (AT&T) Offer Quick And Easy Root Access How To UnRoot Please use T card upgrading tool to unroot! This will give you complete stock! It is really easy: http://androidforums.com/avail-all-...tock-t-card-upgrading-method.html#post4035354 If you decide you want to Re-Root again please head back to the top of this post!