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Z4root Blade Perm Root V2.apkl


Z4root Blade Perm Root V2.apkl




Z4root is an app that allows you to root your Android device to have superuser access. Rooting is a process that gives you the ability to modify the system settings and run apps that require special permissions. However, rooting also involves some risks, such as voiding the warranty, bricking the device, or exposing it to malware. Therefore, you should only root your device if you know what you are doing and have a backup of your data.


One of the advantages of z4root is that it can root your device straight from the app, without the need of a computer or a custom recovery. It also supports a wide range of devices, including ZTE Blade, which is also known as ZTE Libra or Orange San Francisco. ZTE Blade is a low-end Android smartphone that was released in 2010 and runs Android 2.1 or 2.2 depending on the region.


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In this article, we will show you how to use z4root to permanently root your ZTE Blade running Android 2.2. This method was developed by a user named kallt_kaffe from the MoDaCo forum. He modified the original z4root app to make it work on ZTE Blade devices. The modified app is called z4root_blade_perm_root_v2.apk and can be downloaded from [here].


How to use z4root_blade_perm_root_v2.apk




Before you proceed, make sure you have enabled USB debugging on your device. To do this, go to Settings > Applications > Development and check the USB debugging option. You also need to have enough battery charge and a stable internet connection.



  • Download the z4root_blade_perm_root_v2.apk file from [here] and save it on your SD card.



  • Install a file manager app on your device, such as Filer or Astro File Manager.



  • Open the file manager app and locate the z4root_blade_perm_root_v2.apk file on your SD card.



  • Tap on the file and choose Install. You may need to allow installation from unknown sources if prompted.



  • After the installation is complete, open the z4root app from your app drawer.



  • Select the Permanent Root option and wait for the app to root your device.



  • Your device will reboot automatically after the rooting process is done.



  • To verify that your device is rooted, look for the Superuser app in your app drawer or download a root checker app from the Play Store.




Congratulations! You have successfully rooted your ZTE Blade using z4root_blade_perm_root_v2.apk. You can now enjoy the benefits of having superuser access, such as installing custom ROMs, removing bloatware, or tweaking performance settings. However, you should also be careful with what you do with your rooted device, as you may damage it or compromise its security if you are not careful.


How to unroot your ZTE Blade using z4root_blade_perm_root_v2.apk




If you want to unroot your ZTE Blade for any reason, such as restoring the warranty, selling the device, or fixing a problem, you can use the same z4root_blade_perm_root_v2.apk app to do so. The app will restore the original su and busybox binaries that were replaced during the rooting process, leaving no visible traces on /system. Here are the steps to unroot your ZTE Blade using z4root_blade_perm_root_v2.apk:



  • Open the z4root app from your app drawer.



  • Select the Un-root option and wait for the app to unroot your device.



  • Your device will reboot automatically after the unrooting process is done.



  • To verify that your device is unrooted, look for the absence of the Superuser app in your app drawer or download a root checker app from the Play Store.




You have successfully unrooted your ZTE Blade using z4root_blade_perm_root_v2.apk. Your device is now back to its original state before rooting. You can delete the z4root app from your device if you want to.


Conclusion




Z4root_blade_perm_root_v2.apk is a modified version of z4root that allows you to permanently root your ZTE Blade running Android 2.2. It is a simple and easy way to gain superuser access on your device without the need of a computer or a custom recovery. However, rooting also involves some risks, so you should only do it if you know what you are doing and have a backup of your data. You can also use the same app to unroot your device if you want to.


We hope this article was helpful for you. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below.


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