Tuesday, May 24, 2016

How to Root the J Butterfly (HTL21)

Now that you have yourbootloaderunlocked and have a custom recovery installed, it’s time to go on and do the most important thing if you wantcustomROMsand use root-only apps – rooting the J Butterfly. The guide below will make it as painless for you as possible and you should be rooted and flashing custom ROMs in no time!By EditAndroidI. Before You Begin1. You will need to have custom recovery installed on your device for this to work. Useour guideon the same for help with this.2. You will need to have an unlocked bootloader before you can proceed visit Devand select your device and follow instructions their.3. Charge your device to 75% or more before you begin.4. Back up anything you feel is important just in case.II. Necessary DownloadsSU_Busybox_Package.zipIII. Rooting the J Butterfly1. Connect your device to your PC and copySU_Busybox_Package.zipto your SD card.2. Power down your device and boot into recovery. To do this, press and hold the Volume Up + Down buttons. Press and relse the Power button but continue holding the Vol Up + Down buttons. Once the menu apprs, press the Volume Down button to highlight theRecoveryoptionand the Volume Up button to select it. If Volume Up doesn’t work, use the Power to select the option. On seeing the Android logo, press the Volume Up and Down buttons together to enter the recovery menu.3. Once in TWRP, tap on Install.4. Navigate to the loion ofSU_Busybox_Package.zipand select it.5. Swipe the arrow to install thezipfile.6. Tap Reboot System to restart your device.Once your device restarts, you should find the SuperSU app in your app drawer, which mns that you now haverootaccessto your device. Install a root-requiring app to verify this if you are still in doubt or use theRoot Checker appto do a quick check.

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