This guide will show you how to root the popular ZTE V768 Concord device from ZTE.
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Rooting is done entirely by you at your own risk.
What is needed to root the ZTE V768 Concord?
In order to root the ZTE V768 Concord you will need the following.
- The ZTE V768 Concord you want to root in your hand.
- A PC.
Step 1 – Download the rooting file
In order to root the ZTE V768 Concord you must download the root zip file which you can get from here.
Download the file and save it on your PC in an easy to find location such as the desktop but do not extract it.
Step 2 – Copy the root file to the ZTE V768 Concord
Connect the Samsung Galaxy Ace to your PC. Once done, copy the root file from step 1 to the device in an easy to find location such as the Downloads folder.
Step 3 – Root the ZTE V768 Concord
Now that you have done that you must then reboot in to recovery mode.
Make sure the device is turned off completely.
Hold down Volume Down + Power until the device turns on and boots in to recovery mode.
Now, with the device in recovery mode, press the Home button and scroll to Apply Update from Sdcard and select it.
Select the zip file you copied to the device in step 2 and then select Yes to install it.
Once done choose the Reboot System Now option.
After the device has rebooted successfully go to the Google Play Store and download and install SuperSU and then download and install BusyBox.
Once BusyBox has been installed run it and wait for it to install (use the Smart Install feature).
After you have done all this the device should be successfully rooted.
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