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help to root alps iphone 5 looks like... mt6575. device

OP helldriv3r

5th June 2014, 10:21 PM   |  #1  
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Hello devs...

I brought a mobile which looks like iphone5 but its a china mobile mt6575 with android version ICS... So I just want to root it and use recovery tools like CWM... So plz guode me how to root it and give me some custom rom link Compatibility with my device....

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Model-iphone 5
Ram 512
MTK BUILD -MT6575
Product info- magcomm 75_cu_nand_ics
Android version -ics

Plz if u need any info let me know will provide details for yr help...

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2nd October 2014, 04:56 PM   |  #2  
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Smile I have successfully rooted my phone and installed cwm
Okay installing CWM was hard, here is how I did it:
  1. Install Vcom mtk drivers
  2. Install Vroot
  3. Enable USB Debugging
  4. Start Vroot and Click on Root (this should already root your phone successfully)
  5. Install SuperSu (Download as Apk File)
  6. Install the newest version of MTKDroidTools
  7. Connect Phone with PC
  8. Start MTKDroidTools as Administrator
  9. Check if your phone gets revealed (should happen if you're lucky)
  10. If you got it revealed(Informations about the phone should show up) by MTKDroidTools, click on "root, backup, recovery"
  11. Click on the Root Button at the Bottom (yes, it is still necessary)
  12. Next to the Button "Recovery and Boot", select "To use boot from phone", then click on "Recovery and Boot"
  13. I dont remember which dialogs will pop up, but you will have to agree everything, and this is important: Let it build you an automatic CWM Recovery on your phone
  14. At last it will ask you if to reboot into recovery, select yes
  15. Later if you are in Android, and dont know how to get back to recovery mode, just install MobileUncleTools, there you can select "reboot into recovery".

Finished. I hope I could help!
Last edited by tre92; 2nd October 2014 at 05:01 PM.
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