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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Kaiser17, Mar 5, 2013.

  1. Kaiser17

    Kaiser17 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    So we just found root for this phone, since the thread where it is being discussed isn't organized, thought I'd make a more official thread on how to root the Coolpad Quatrro 4G.

    Download and Install framaroot.apk on your phone.

    Go to settings > applications > development > and make sure USB debugging is enabled.

    Now open up Framaroot and it should show the following:

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    Choose either Superuser or SuperSU (Which one you're most comfortable with as both work)

    Then simply hit "Gimli" and your phone should be rooted immediately, once rooted reboot your phone. Enjoy! :)

    EDIT: Do not disable USB Debugging after you've rooted your phone or you will loose root. In case that happens just re-do the steps above, don't uninstall framaroot after rooting your phone because as I posted above if you accidently disable USB Debugging you're going to need it again so its best kept installed just in case.

    Credits:

    andriodadmirer - For finding the root and getting all of this started, so a very big thanks to you!

    alephzain - For framaroot.apk allowing us to finally find a working root. Here is his original thread on XDA.
     

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  2. nthaniel

    nthaniel Member

    I didn't have to reinstall after I disabled usb debugging. I used the SuperSU; would that have made a difference in the effect on the usb debugging thing?
     
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  3. Kaiser17

    Kaiser17 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Yea that could've. SuperSU is better, I just used Superuser instead because im more used to it but now that you mention that you didnt have the usb debugging problem I'd advise everyone else to use SuperSU instead.
     
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  4. kenboyles72

    kenboyles72 Well-Known Member

    woohoo, about time. was about to go and buy another phone, now i can spend a little more time to play around with this phone :)
     
  5. ChukiC

    ChukiC Lurker

    I managed to get it working now i have supersu on my phone, i suppose i can now use titanimum and the like to back up data and stuff YAY
     
  6. jlede

    jlede Android Expert

    So this is temporary root not permanent
     
  7. nthaniel

    nthaniel Member

    No, it's permanent. At least, it has been for me.
     
  8. Kaiser17

    Kaiser17 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Permanent root
     
  9. Killah1994

    Killah1994 Android Expert

    Well not really, someone reported that if toggle off the USB debugging mode it unroots it .
     
  10. Kaiser17

    Kaiser17 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Not if you choose SuperSU and that person was me ;)

    Technicality its still permanent because if it werent you'd loose it everytime you reboot.
     
  11. Killah1994

    Killah1994 Android Expert

    Oh lol I forgot it was you;) but ok
     
  12. 20GT

    20GT Well-Known Member

    OK SO NOW what apps are safe apps to remove?
     
  13. Davesnother3

    Davesnother3 Lurker

    So kinda new with all this but tried to root with frame root an it say 's that it's rooted but the root checker app say 's it 's not any idea s
     
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