How To Root 0pcv1: Very Easy Methods You Can Do – The HTC Desire 510 (model number 0pcv1) was announced in August, 2014 and released the following month. The smartphone is almost 3 years old now but it can still run every apps with ease.
The smartphone measure 5.51 inches (L) x 2.75 inches (W) x 0.39 inch (T) and weighs in at 5.57 ounces. It has a 4.7 inch capacitve multi-touch screen with a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels (208 pixels per inch). It has Android 4.4.2 (KitKat) installed with HTC’ s SenseUI 5.5 on top of the operating system.
Contained within the smartphone’s aluminum body is either a QuadCore 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 Qualcomm MSM8916 Snapdragon 410 chipset (EU Model) or a QuadCore 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset (US Model). Graphics and video are handled by an Adreno 306 for the European model while an Adreno 305 powers the US model. The HTC Desire 510 has 8 gigabytes of internal memory and has a dedicated microSD card slot that supports up to 256 GB of external storage.
The mobile does not give much to photography buffs as it has a primary (back-facing) camera rated at 5 megapixels. This snapper can shot videos at 1080p though. The secondary (front-facing) camera shots VGA photos @1.3 MP.
The unit also has the following standard features:
The phone has not much to offer when compared to today’s models, still, the mobile is sufficient enough for those who does not require a lot from their device or those who do not need to have the latest flagship models from the manufacturers.
Now that you know more about your smartphone, its about time you learn how to root 0pcv1 to get more from your mobile.
Warning: inforaid.com will not be responsible for any data/files lost or any damage to your smartphone when you do the rooting process. You will also void your phone’s warranty when you root it.
Follow this procedure if you have Android version between Android 4.2.2 (Jellybean) and Android 5.1 (Lollipop). If you’re the adventurous type, you can try this even if you have other versions of Android installed.
Before doing the procedure below, make sure that:
Your mobile is charged to at least 50%
Backup your device (just to be safe)
You have internet access
Step 1. Enable “Unknown Sources” on your smartphone (Settings>Security>”Unknown Sources”)
Step 2. Using your smartphone’s browser go to this link and download the KingRoot apk to your device.
Step 3. Install KingRoot on your device after the download finishes.
Step 4. Open KingRoot after installation.
Step 5. Tap on “Try it” to enable the app to check if your smartphone is rooted/rootable.
Step 6. KingRoot will confirm your device is not rooted. Tap on “Try Root” to begin the process.
Step 7. Your mobile may restart during the rooting process.
Step 8. If the process is a success, you should get a green “checkmark” indicating you have gained root access.
Step 9. You can install a root checker to double check your rooted device.
The video below shows “KingRoot” in action.
We now proceed to the second rooting method using a computer.