***This is a SUPERUSER root , NOT SuperSU!!!*** OK, many of you already know that ZTE has released an update for our phone. We also know that it breaks root. The current methods we have for root did not work for me to root the phone after the update. I have found a method that works on our phone after it has been updated with the SDCARD update from ZTE. I cant give the exact instructions because I am already rooted and I don't want to mess with reverting my phone back to stock but I will give enough instructions that you should be able to root successfully. If someone wants to post the detailed exact instructions I will update this post to contain those instructions with credit to whomever posts them. I am assuming this will probably work on the phone before updating as well but I am not sure. ***READ ALL STEPS BEFORE DOING THIS SO YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU NEED TO DO AND WHEN! 1. Download and install SRSRoot from SRSRoot One Click Root for Android (SuperUser) 2. Connect your phone to USB and ensure that USB Debugging is turned on. 3. click the Root Device (SmartRoot) button. 4. Pay very close attention to what is going on your screen and on the phone. When it says rebooting your phone for the first time, be prepared. You must hold down on the volume up key to boot into FTM mode. 5. Click OK in the program. 6. Let the phone reboot normally on the 2nd reboot. 7. My phone failed to root on the first method. 8. It will reboot the phone again using a different method. Be sure to hold down on volume up for the 1st reboot so you reboot into FTM mode. 9. It will reboot your phone again. Let it reboot normally. 10. It should now copy some files and change permissions and remount some folders. 11. Phone will reboot again. let it reboot normally. 12. You should now be rooted. ***So basically the key to rooting successfully is that you hold down on volume up on each 1st reboot attempt to boot to FTM and then let it boot normally if it is the 2nd or 3rd reboot for the current exploit it tries. Mine was successful after the 2nd exploit it ran so I only had to boot to FTM Twice. The total process took me about 3-4 minutes. If someone wants to help with more detailed instructions I am sure a lot of less experienced Android users could benefit from them.