Root Panasonic Smartphones
Panasonic is a Japanese electronic firm. It is very popular worldwide in terms household electronics. The Japanese firm entered into mobile arena in late 2005 but withdrew from the market for many years. They reentered again in 2012 but stepped back yet again. Nonetheless the Panasonic android devices are mid ranged devices with some decent specs and features.
Rooting Panasonic devices has either minimal support or no support at all. But still you can root few devices with the rooting apps such as KingRoot. Though the last device from Panasonic, the Panasonic Eluga couldn’t be rooted with this app, you can be successful with older devices.
If you cannot root your device with KingRoot or any other rooting apps (iRoot, Framaroot, Root genius) there is an app which is designed specifically to root few Panasonic devices. The is called Key Root Master.
Note that rooting your device will void warranty. Your device may get permanently bricked or you may get stuck in boot loop if misused. Proceed at your own risk. We are not responsile for any damages.
Before root panasonic :
- Backup your device to PC.
- Enable unknown sources in device security settings.
- Enable USB debugging in developer options. If you cant see developer options on your device navigate to settings – about phone – build number. Tap on build number for 7/8 times and you will see a message saying ‘now you are a developer’. This will unlock the developer options in settings menu.
Download the Key Root Master and install on your device. Run the app, tap on Multi Root and follow the on screen instructions. You will get a couple of pop ups asking permission to root your device, accept it and let the app root your device. Once successfully rooted you can check the root access with any root checker app.
Note that this process will not install any Superuser app. You need to install manually and update the binary if prompted.
This app needs to be updated by developers to support more devices.
As far as the rooting process is concerned with Panasonic devices there are very least reliable methods and you can try any one click root methods (rooting apps on your device) until you succeed. The success with these depends on the version of the app, device model and android firmware version. It is a trial and error process and one click root method has minimal risks.
You need not have much technical knowledge to do this process. Keep trying with different rooting apps until you succeed. Stay tuned to this section for further news and decelopment of rooting process. There can be stable release which can be done by PC and we will update it as soon as developers release the tool.
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