Originally Posted by Daniel Dunhill
Download Vroot.. turn on USB Debugging..and tick on usb debugging to active it on your phone setting/developer option
connect your phone to pc..and wait untill it detect..click root...and it will reboot..done..only one click root..i use this already 2 year..work find..if this help..press thank button
Vroot cannot root this device at all. Framaroot can root device. The problem is that the system is write protected. In other words, it is temporary until you reboot etc. I have found that if I already have Supersu.apk installed when I root that I will have super user permissions etc., however, when I open Supersu and attempt to update binaries, it fails and root is immediately lost. I have also rooted and used Total commander to remount r/w and could paste files to system directories etc. but SuperSU still failed to update and lost root. When I attempt to install SuperSU or any zip via stock recovery, it verifies etc but in the end aborts installation. I am beginning to thing that its not just write protected but active defense against any changes to system from stock. BTW, you don't have to drain the battery to root: When I loose root (after restart etc.) I uninstall Framaroot apk, shut down device (not restart), start device, install Framaroot and am able to root with Gandalf option.
Bottom line: This write protection or whatever it is needs to be removed or disabled for root to be permanent.