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[ROOT] Xperia Z Kitkat Or Jelly Bean

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Default [ROOT] Xperia Z Kitkat Or Jelly Bean

Hi, first of all, I'm not a DEV, I just found the link when scrolling on my Facebook timeline, looked for it here and didn't find it. If its a repost I'm sorry.
Also, I didn't tried it.
Most important: I'm not responsible if you brick you phone, or if its go wrong.
Notice that you'll not lose anything


It says that it works with many Xperia Devices. its a method called "One Click Root", should work with Windows, Linux and Mac.

How to do it?
1\ Enable USB Debugging: Go to Settings/Developer options, if you don't have it go to Settings/About Phone/ Tap 7 time on build number to enable Developer options menu.
2\Enable Unknown sources: go to Settings/Security and scroll down to find it
3\ Download EasyRootTool from here
4\Extract the content
5\Plug your Xperia, and lunch "Install" (According to your OS)
6\Follow the instructions given by the EasyRootTool
7\Now your Xperia is rooted, you can check it using Root Checker if it is rooted install SuperUS.
Enjoy!


Source AndroiDZ it in french

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Version: Stock KitKat 4.4.2
Build: 10.5.A.0.230
Kernel: Stock
BL Status: locked
Rooted: Yes
Deodexed: No
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This was taken from XDA in the first place and in fact the download link is from a XDA server.
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This was taken from XDA in the first place and in fact the download link is from a XDA server.
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Well didn't know it, thank you
Version: Stock KitKat 4.4.2
Build: 10.5.A.0.230
Kernel: Stock
BL Status: locked
Rooted: Yes
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