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lenovo s650 root finally

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By johani, Junior Member on 24th January 2014, 12:35 PM
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16th April 2014, 03:56 PM |#11  
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I need the latest firmware.
6th June 2014, 10:00 AM |#12  
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Link download VRoot_1.7.6.5899
Pass: g9sb
3rd March 2015, 05:50 AM |#13  
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OK I finally rooted my lenovo s650... After having it for a couple of days, I can assure you it works fine.

I used iRoot application

Also it is extremely difficult to install custom ROM because major custom recoveries don't support this phone directly.

But making use of the root with xposed and a few other apps.... You can customize your phone to a great extent. 😃
22nd May 2015, 04:22 AM |#14  
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Originally Posted by mar.97

I used iRoot application

Oh, so iRoot is the updated version of vRoot.

I'm new here guys, and I wanna root my Lenovo S650 too.

I read the previous posts in this thread, and this method seems like a good manual way of rooting:

But the problem is I can't find the link to the tools needed, so I'm tempted to try iRoot, and since it's also easier.

Which is the better method of rooting guys? Will iRoot install some unnecessary/adware on my phone?

Let me hear your opinions!
27th June 2015, 04:24 PM |#15  
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I don't know if iroot is the updated version of vroot... But it does the job. Although u get a few minor bugs, its worth the pain... I don't regret rooting my phone
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