Rooting your brand new Oppo A57 can be one heck of a task if you do not know how to do it in a right way. You might end up ruining your device completely. This typically happens when you try to root Oppo A57 via PC without having proper knowledge of what exactly you are doing.
So the safest way of rooting a is doing it via mobile only using one click root apps. I would recommend rooting you trying rooting via PC only if the mobile method is unsuccessful.
In this article, we are talking about Oppo A57, and I will be telling you the exact steps that you need to perform to root Oppo A57.
Believe me; the steps are as easy as sipping coffee.
About the Oppo A57
Since you aren’t actually here to read about the device, so I will keep this part of the content very limited and will give a brief overview for those who do not know much about the device.
Oppo A57 was a device that was recently launched by Oppo. It sports a 16 Megapixel flagship level front facing camera along with the 13 MP back shooter. It comes with a fingerprint sensor and a long lasting battery of 2900 mAh. If we talk about the memory, then Oppo A57 comes with a 3Gb RAM, 32 Gb ROM and 256 Gb of external memory.
That’s all with the specifications. Let me now proceed to the rooting method.
Prerequisites to root Oppo A57
Before I begin with the steps to root Oppo A57, let me first tell you few points you need to be careful at. There are certain steps that you need to follow before rooting your phone and I am listing those steps in the prerequisites section.
First of all, make sure that you completely charge your device before you begin the rooting process. Though 100% isn’t necessary but keeping it above 80% is recommended.
Secondly, I would advise you to keep a backup of your data. Though nothing actually happens in the rooting process to your data. But we must take it as a safety measure. So backing up important files is always a nice idea.
Requirements to root Oppo A57 without PC
Here are certain tools that you will be needing to root your OPPO A57.
- KingoRoot app is needed to root the device. You can download the Kingoroot apk from here and install it on your phone by enabling unknown sources installation.
- Oppo A57 Device
- A strong and permanent internet connection
Steps to root Oppo A57
Enough of prerequisites, requirements, and introductions. Let us know straight away jump to the main steps that you need to follow in order to root your Oppo A57.
As aforesaid that rooting is very easy but you need to follow the steps in the same order and exactly as I have mentioned in this article.
- Make sure that you have installed the KingoRoot app in your device. If you haven’t installed yet, open the file manager, find the apk and install it.
- Open the KingoRoot app from the apps menu.
- Make sure you are connected to a reliable source of Internet (Wifi would be a better choice than mobile data)
- You will see a button to root.
- Once you click on that button, the rooting process will start.
- The entire process may take anything from 2 to 5 minutes.
Once the app does its work, it will prompt a dialog box saying whether the rooting process was successful or not. In most of the cases, the rooting process is successful. In case it is not, you can try the same steps again.
If at all you are not able to root Oppo A57 by this method, do leave a comment down below and we will be helping you with some other method. Also let us know whether this method worked for you or not by leaving a comment in the comment section down below.