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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Root Huawei Honor 7 on EMUI 4.0 Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Root Huawei Honor 7 on EMUI 4.0 Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Huawei Honor 7, along with the other newer Huawei smartphones, has been upgraded to the stable firmware of EMUI 4.0 Marshmallow. And almost all advanced users are now looking for the Huawei Honor 7 root in the latest Marshmallow compilation. Here we will guide you to Root Huawei Honor 7, using the SuperSU application of fire current easily.

Just download the zip file from SuperSU and then use the custom recovery function TWRP.

Perform a full backup of all data in Honor 7.
Enable USB debugging mode. = >> Configuration >> Developer Options.
Install ADB and Fastboot drivers on the PC. => Easy guide.
Unlocks the Honor Boot Manager 7 here.
You must have the TWRP recovery installed in Honor 7.
SuperSU discharge from the current.


Download the zip file of the SuperSU BETA version in the link above.
Copy the SuperSU zip to honor 7 internal memory.
Disconnect Honor 7, and then start the TWRP Recovery with the [push and hold Vol-UP + POWER] buttons for a few seconds.
From the main recovery menu, select Install and locate and tap the ZIP SuperSU file.
Slide to confirm installation. And the return.
Press 'restart' to initialize honor 7 Usually.
This is how to root Huawei Honor 7 on Android 6.0.

DISCLAIMER: The Root Huawei Honor 7 process will void the device warranty. Use this guide to rotate only Honor 7, no other device. Also, process only your own risk.


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