Xiaomi Redmi Note 3G and Redmi Note 4G users have already received MIUI 7 Global Stable update. Apart from MIUI 7 UI, the update brings new themes, better optimizations, Child Mode, XXL Text, data saver and up to 30% boost in the performance of the device. In post we have shared tutorial to root Xiaomi Redmi Note (3G, 4G) on MIUI 7 to make the device most of it. With root access one can enjoy installation of third party apps, customize the handset, install custom ROMs, etc. You need to flash Super SU using TWRP recovery to gain root access. It is a simple process and every Redmi Note users can follow the steps easily.
Before starting the rooting process, you need to take backup of all the important data and save to a safe location. Ensure battery level is well enough to complete the process.
Redmi Note 3G
- TWRP Recovery
Redmi Note 4G
- TWRP Recovery
Disclaimer: Rooting of any Android device voids the company warranty completely. You may also damage your handset if doesn’t followed the steps orderly. So under the amount of risk and procced at your own choice.
How to Install TWRP Custom Recovery & Root Xiaomi Redmi Note 3G, 4G:
#1: Download TWRP from the above link and rename the file to ‘update.zip’. Connect your device with PC and copy the zip file to the internal storage.
#2: Now you need to launch Updater app > 3 dot at the top right > Choose Update Package. Here select the update.zip file from the internal storage. Confirm to start the flashing process.
#3: Your device will automatically reboots in normal mode. Now you have TWRP Custom Recovery installed on your device.
#4: Now you need to flash SuperSU in order to get root access. So, download SuperSU file based on your model from the above link and saved in SD card/ internal storage.
#5: Turn off your device and boot into recovery mode. Press and hold Volume Up + Power Button for 3-7 sec.
#6: Now from the recovery menu, select ‘Install’ and choose the SuperSU zip file which you have saved to device storage. Now perform ‘Swipe to Confirm Flash’ to start the flashing process.
#7: Once done, select ‘Reboot System’ which will boot your device into normal mode.
#8: Congratulations! Your Xiaomi device should be rooted now. Look for the SuperSU app in app drawer.
You can manually verify the root access with the help of Android app called “Root Checker” downloading from Google Play Store.
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