How To Root And Unroot Xiaomi Redmi 1s

Learn how to root and unroot Xiaomi Redmi 1s without PC or Laptop,  easy method and step by step instructions. Xiaomi is currently the most popular smartphone manufacturer in China and also making its way in Indian smartphone market. The devices come with high-end hardware at lowest price possible which make it more popular in developing countries.


Below are some warning statements that you must be knowing before preparing to Root or Install Custom Rom in your  Android Smartphone:

  • Rooting/Installing Custom ROM is not an authorized process hence you’ll be losing all your warranty benefits over your after Rooting/Installing it.
  • There are certain risks of damaging your Android Smartphone while Rooting/Installing Custom ROM in it. Hence, it is recommended that you proceed at your own risk and we are not to be held responsible even if your Smartphone gets damaged during or after completing the Rooting/Custom ROM installation process.
  • You might not receive any future official software or firmware updates after rooting and installing Custom ROM in your device.


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Before You Begin :

  • This method is only for Xiaomi Redmi 1s.
  • Make sure your device is at least 60% charged.
  • Create a backup of all your important data.
  • Enable USB Debugging in your device. Click Here if you don’t know how to enable it.

Download Required Files:

How To Root Or Unroot Xiaomi Redmi 1s :

  • Follow all the instructions given above for safe rooting.
  • Download the zip file package in your smartphone or download in PC and then transfer it to your device’s SD card.
  • Now in your Redmi 1s tools, select Updater.
  • Hit the Menu key and tap on Select Update Package.
  • Now locate and select the root or unroot package in your device’ sd card.
  • Now after selecting the package, click on Install button to begin rooting process.
  • After completing the process your device will restart automatically.
  • Once your device restarted, Open Security > Permission > Enable Root Permission (Not for Unroot process).

That’s it your device is successfully rooted/unrooted now.

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