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By Kingxteam, Senior Member on 19th May 2015, 08:44 AM
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18th April 2017, 11:11 AM |#61  
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When will king root support the zte grand x3 z959
22nd April 2017, 04:49 PM |#62  
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ZTE Trek2 k88 support plz....T.,T
9th May 2017, 06:57 AM |#63  
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16th May 2017, 10:30 PM |#64  
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I had the root with .apk on the ZTE BA910

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8th June 2017, 05:41 AM |#65  
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Rooted the ZTE N817 (from Q Link Wireless)
I was able to Root the ZTE N817 from Q-link Wireless, after using adb command line on Windows 10 with the correct drivers and adb shell installed, the command executed successfully and was able to achieve persistent root on the ZTE N817.
KERNEL VERSION: 3.4.0-gb9ccd38-00530-gfb048cczte-kernel@Zdroid-SMT
SW VERSION N817V1.0.0B11 (current google update)

***attempting to root your device may void your warranty, doing so is at your own risk, I nor xdadevelopers is responsible for any damages that may arise from any posted material, proceed at your own risk.***

using terminal or adb shell issue the following command:

reboot disemmcwp

then proceed to root using kingoroot (worked for me)
I will be testing out Kingroot as well after doing a full unroot and factory reset
I will get back to you on this and possibly some custom roms and tweaks.
8th June 2017, 09:50 AM |#66  
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Custom Recovery for the ZTE N817 (Q Link Wireless variant) mvno sprint
I found a custom recovery for this phone, Shortly after rooting it, i flashed it using Rashr from the play store, the bootloader is locked therefore the only way to flash to recovery is Classically (live) unless the bootloader is unlockable (i'm not holding my breath). I did some physical searching around on the phone after root and found a lot of the permission xmls were blanket packages for most of the Lifeline phones... I mean who needs LG or HTC permissions on a ZTE device? As always be very careful not to edit these unless you know what you're doing or have a full nandroid backup! The Custom Recovery is a TWRP variant from another ZTE model that was modified to fit the small partitioned phone as it is. I haven't tested the functionality of Performing a backup because for some reason i cannot for the life of me get my external SD card to register in recovery(any help would be great!) Make sure you backup both your Kernel and Recovery original before flashing in case it bootloops or goes weird on you.

I will be posting on the recovery later today after i delve into fixing the SD card issue( it may be permission files are excluded at the request of the manufacturer/carrier and i might have to add them manually if possible.
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