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By Skoraxim, Junior Member on 24th January 2018, 08:25 PM
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Hey, I'm french so if I do mistake, it's normal, sorry
Here is a way to root this Wiko, finally!
Before doing this, i want to say that me, XDA or nobody exept you is responsible of what you can do on your phone, this method work for me, surely for you, but this operation will delete all your data, so remember to backup your data.

Now, you Have to go to Developper options, enable "OEM Unlocking", "USB Debugging" and disable "Verify apps over USB"
After, set "Select USB Configuration" to MTP. After That, download file (https://mega.nz/#!ioBQDZra!z6ntj85aM...Y9HQiDkKuYbxcU) and extract it

Connect your phone to your Computer, Copy and Paste the SuperSU zip file in your SD card, and reboot your phone in fastboot mode (shutdown, and boot it by pressing Power and Vol+, then, when you have a choice between recovery and fastboot, select fastboot by clicking Vol-)
Open a command prompt in the extracted file, and type: fastboot oem unlock
Here, all your data will be lost by a factory reset.

When the phone restart, in the command prompt, type:
adb root
adb shell
cat /proc/partitions
ls -l /dev/block/platform/soc/7825900.sdhci/by-name/
(7825900.sdhci may be different, so use tab to find the correct file)
in the list, you will have a file with "recovery -> /dev/block/XXX" (XXX may be like mmcblk0p22)
cat /dev/block/XXX > /data/local/tmp/recovery.img
exit
adb pull /data/local/tmp/recovery.img
adb reboot-bootloader
fastboot flash recovery "CUSTOM recovery.img"
fastboot reboot


if there is no problems, you phone restart normally, so stop it, and boot to the recovery (Power and Vol+ and whene the choice appear, Select recovery with Vol+)
if your phone don't want to boot to the TWRP recovery, try to flash the stock recovery, reboot and flash again the custom one. if the problem persist, leave a comment.
In TWRP, swipe the button, and go to Install, Up a level, select external_sd and then, select the SuperSU file, select "Reboot after installation is complete, and swipe to flash.
When it's done, install or not the TWRP app, and reboot. The device can start twice before finally boot, and can be longer than usual, but don't do anything, it's normal.

When the phone finally boot, SuperSU may be installed, so go check if it's true, and if it is, go to the play store and install BusyBox (by Stephen (Stericson))
After the installation is complete, open it, and click install.
If there is no problem, the root acces will be request, so accept it and all is done.

If you have a problem, or any question, ask me.
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1st February 2018, 01:00 AM |#2  
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give me the link, pls
1st February 2018, 06:19 AM |#3  
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give me the link, pls

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9th February 2018, 12:20 PM |#4  
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Hi,
Can you send the link for rooting Wiko view.
Thanks in advance.
10th February 2018, 10:00 AM |#5  
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give me the link Please.
13th February 2018, 03:55 AM |#6  
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can you send me the link as well?
Please if someone has the package already, kindly posted it on the forum.
13th February 2018, 09:56 AM |#7  
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can you send me the link as well?
Please if someone has the package already, kindly posted it on the forum.

Ok, no problem
18th February 2018, 04:10 AM |#8  
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thank you for the link. I got both TWRP and SU installed but the device is not rooted? How can it be?
18th February 2018, 05:33 AM |#9  
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Originally Posted by zerking

thank you for the link. I got both TWRP and SU installed but the device is not rooted? How can it be?

Do you have an error message ? Or something else ?
19th February 2018, 12:36 PM |#10  
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Oh, well, it figured my way out! First SU installation, the phone isn't rooted (I don't know why, either). But I factory reset the phone, set the phone up, then go to TWRP and re-install SU and it worked. Now the phone is rooted!

Thank you very much for your guide and files.

By the way, I guess most people will get stuck at "adb root" command.

Simply dial *#*#84666364#*#* (this launches TinnoEngineerMode)
- go to "Tinno Debug Feature"
- tap on "persist.tinno.debug" and choose 1
Then you can go on with "adb root" command

Hope this helps!
19th February 2018, 12:42 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by zerking

Oh, well, it figured my way out! First SU installation, the phone isn't rooted (I don't know why, either). But I factory reset the phone, set the phone up, then go to TWRP and re-install SU and it worked. Now the phone is rooted!

Thank you very much for your guide and files.

By the way, I guess most people will get stuck at "adb root" command.

Simply dial *#*#84666364#*#* (this launches TinnoEngineerMode)
- go to "Tinno Debug Feature"
- tap on "persist.tinno.debug" and choose 1
Then you can go on with "adb root" command

Hope this helps!

It's a good think to say it, because it don't work without dialing this number. Thanks
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