How To Root Infinix x510: Quick And Easy Method – The Infinix Hot 2 x510 was launched in August of 2015 as part of the Google’s Android One project. The Infinix Hot 2 is made by the company with the same name. Infinix is a Hong Kong-based mobile phone manufacturer with facilities in China.
The Infinix Hot 2 x510 has a 1.3GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 CPU with a MediaTek MT6582 chipset. A Mali-400MP2 GPU handles the graphics need of the smartphone. The mobile comes with 16 gigabytes of internal memory and 1 GB or 2 GB of RAM option. This is the same hardware as the previous Infinix release (2014) but since the Hot 2 runs Android 5.1. (Lollipop), the smartphone shows better performance and longer battery life.
The smartphone has a 5.0 inch IPS capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels (294 pixels per inch). Compared to the original Infinix, this new iteration of the smartphone has a much brilliant display.
The primary (Back-facing) camera of the mobile has been upgraded to 8 megapixels and it features an LED flash. It can capture videos at 1080p resolution (@30fps). The secondary (front-facing) camera is maintained at 2 MP.
The Infinix Hot 2 x510 will be two years old this coming August but is it still very much a capable phone for those with basic smartphone needs.
Now comes the best part – you will learn how to root Infinix x510 using an easy method and without the need for a computer.
Warning: Rooting your Android device will void its warranty. Also, inforaid.com will not be responsible for any data/files lost or damage that you smartphone may incur if you choose to follow our guide.
Before doing the procedure below, make sure that:
Your device is charged to at least 50%.
You create a back up of all your data
You enabled “Unknown Sources” in the “Security” settings of your device
How To Root Infinix x510: No Computer Needed
Just follow the steps below to gain root access to your Infinix Hot 2 without using a computer.
Step 1. Using the browser on your smartphone, go to this link and download the KingRoot app.
Step 2. After the download completes, install the app on your device by tapping on the kingroot apk.
Step 3. Open the KingRoot app after the install. The app will check your smartphone for root access.
Step 4. Since your mobile is not yet rooted, you will get “Root Access Is Unavailable” message. Now, tap the “Try Now” button to start the rooting process.
Step 5. Wait for the KingRoot app to do its job. It may take several minutes and your device may reboot.
Step 6. You will get a “Root Successful” when the rooting process has finished.
Step 7. You can now install a “Root Checker” app from the Playstore to verify that you indeed have root access.
You can watch the video below to see KingRoot in action.
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