If you are rocking Huawei Fusion 2 and want more features by rooting it, then you can find this post helpful as I have posted working guide to get root privileges on it. More and more older devices are getting root access, all thanks to the universal rooting tools that combine several root exploits in a single package to be used for rooting multiple Android devices.
Rooting the Huawei Fusion 2 is now possible using the universal Root Kingroot tool that that is one of those tools. KingRoot is one of the most popular rooting apps for Android. If I have to vote for the best rooting app for Android, I will blindly choose the KingRoot.
With the help of root access, one can remove those apps which are pre-installed by your network provider or by manufacturer. After rooting user can also update their phone to the latest version of Android by flashing a custom ROM.
Wondering how to root your Huawei Fusion 2? This is one of the easiest ways.
Method 1: Root Huawei Fusion 2 Using Kingroot
- Enter your phone’s browser: kingroot.net.
- Install Kingroot. This can be done through..”Unknown Sources“ under Menu -> Settings -> Applications).
- If your phone is unrooted, you can see the prompt saying that “Root access is unavailable“. Then click the button “START ROOT“.
- It will take some time to root the phone.
- When rooting, you can view the progress. When it is done, you will see the big green tick icon.
- You have now succesfully Rooted your Huawei Fusion 2. Check out for an application in your application drawer with the name as KingUser.
Method 1 is possibly the best and most reliable option as it has been extensively tested on various ZTE devices. If it didn’t work with your device, then Kingo Root is the next best alternative.
Method 2: Root Huawei Fusion 2 Using Kingo root
- You can visit APK Root for Android on your mobile and download the file on your Fusion 2.
- Install KingoRoot.apk on your device. If you didn’t check “Unknown Sources” in Settings > Security, then during installation, you will get a prompt “Install blocked“, stating that “For security, your phone is set to block installation of apps obtained from unknown sources”.
- Just follow phone instructions and install Kingo Root on your device and allow installs from “Unknown Sources“.
- Launch “Kingo ROOT” app and Click “One Click Root” to start the rooting process.
- Waiting for a few seconds till the result screen appear. If rooting is successful, you’ll get a Root Succeeded! message.
You can download any rooted app like Titanium Backup app from Play Store and open it. You should see a Superuser request window pop-up. If you see this, you have verified full root,congratulations!