So you finally got your hands on Micromax A57 Ninja 3 Superfone. If you are looking to root your Superfone and unleash its full potential, then you are at the right place. Below, I will be sharing the tutorial with which you can root your Micromax A57 and enjoy with it to the fullest. Follow the steps below to root your A57 Superfone.
Warning: Although the tutorial shared below roots your android phone successfully, there are chances of you bricking your phone and making it useless. If you are a newbie and don’t know the abc of rooting, then I recommend not to proceed. I or Comptalks is no way responsible for any damages you do to your phone by following the tutorial below. Proceed at your own risk. You and only you are responsible…..
Lets proceed with the tutorial:
Step 1: Connect your device to the PC and make sure your PC recognizes your device. If your PC is not recognizing your device, then you should install the necessary drivers for your phone on your PC. You can download the drivers from Micromax site or from here.
Step 2: Download and install Unlock Root from here.
Step 3: If you haven’t downloaded Android SDK, then download it from here. Install Android SDK Platform Tools and Google USB Drivers
Step 4: Download this ADB file. Extract “adb_usb.ini” and place it in C:\Users\Your Username\.android
Step 5: Enable USB Debugging mode (Settings -> Applications ->Development) in your Superfone. Connect your phone to PC through USB.
Step 6: Go to Device Manager and right click on Micromax A57 and click on properties.
Step 7: Open the Drivers tab and click on update driver. Point it to the location where you extracted the drivers you downloaded in first step.
Step 8: Open Unlock Root and click on root.
Step 9: Click on your device name. Unlock root will begin the rooting process. Your phone might restart one or two times which is normal.
Congratulations, your Micromax A57 is rooted. Now you can confirm the root by installing root checker. Do let me know if problems arise. I will be happy to solve them.
Note: If Unlock Root shows that your device is already rooted, click on unroot and then root it again.