This tutorial shows how to Root Xiaomi Mi Pad Android Tablet – Complete tutorial with easy steps
Xiaomi has launched the Xiaomi Mi Pad back in June last year i.e., 2014. Though it was launched last year it is made available in India recently. The device is priced for 12,999 INR and comes with 7.9 inch IPS LCD display with 1536 x 2048 pixels resolution, Corning Gorilla glass 3 protection, 2.2 GHz Cortex-A7 Nvidia Tegra K1 processor, 2GB RAM, 16 / 64 GB internal storage with 128GB expansion slot, 8MP rear camera and 5 MP front facing camera. The Xiaomi Mi Pad runs on Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS out of the box.
In this guide we are going to Root Xiaomi Mi Pad Android table with simple and easy steps and once you have root access you can install Xposed Framework and other apps with root access and start customizing and enhancing your device. So let’s proceed and root Xiaomi Mi Pad Android tablet.
- Make sure you have a proper and complete backup of all the stuff stored on your Xiaomi Mi Pad. Though rooting won’t wipe your data, it is always good to have a backup.
Backup and Restore SMS
Backup and Restore Contacts
Backup and Restore Call Logs
Backup files on internal storage to PC
- Ensure that USB debugging in enabled on Xiaomi Mi Pad. If not? Follow guide here.
- Make sure Xiaomi Mi Pad is not running out the juice. It is recommend to have at least 75% charge before you proceed.
- Download and install Xiaomi Mi Pad USB Drivers on PC for communication between your Mi Pad and PC.
Disclaimer: Rooting does voids device’s warranty as it allows access to the system files. So we recommend you to follow the below steps carefully at your own risk. No one should be held liable or responsible for any damage to your device, it’s you who is responsible for any mishaps.
How to Root Xiaomi Mi Pad Android Tablet:
Step 1: Download and install the iRoot software from here on PC.
Step 2: Run iRoot on PC as administrator.
Step 3: Connect your device to PC using OEM USB cable.
Step 4: Make sure it is detected by the iRoot. If it is not detected then make sure you have installed correct USB Drivers or using the appropriate USB Cable.
Step 5: Once it is detected, hit the “Root” button and have a cup of coffee.
Step 6: Once rooted, reboot your device and check for Root permissions using Root Checker app.
That’s it, congratulations! Now you have successfully Rooted Xiaomi Mi Pad. Do share this with your friends and let them know how to Root Xiaomi Mi Pad.
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