Everyday GuideBeats team provide new tutorials for users. And today team focus on Huawei Mate S. It is awesome smartphone by Huawei company. Huawei Mate S comes with great specification and features and users like it.
We also discussed the rooted device advantages. Once your device root then you can easily install those apps which need root access. If you are interested and want to root your device so you are in right place. In this post, we will show you how to root Huawei Mate S on Android 5.1 lollipop.
Disclaimer: This tutorial is for Huawei Mate S only, don’t try this on any other device, also we guidebeats.com and the developers are not to be held responsible for any damage caused by following this guide, try it on your own risk.
- Properly take a complete backup of yours important data on your Huawei device.
- Do charge your device more than 70% before proceedings
- Install Huawei USB Driver on your computer: Link
- Enable USB Debugging Mode on your device, Go to [Main Settings => Developer options]
Steps to Root Huawei Mate S on Android 5.1 Lollipop:
Step 1. First of all, download the SuperSU file: Link
Step 2. Now connect the Huawei mate S to the computer.
Step 3. Copy the SuperSU to the internal storage SD card on your device.
Step 4. Its time to Unplug the Huawei Mate S from the computer and completely turn off the smartphone.
Step 5. Now Reboot the Huawei Mate S into the custom recovery mode by pressing Volume Up + Power button together to enter the custom recovery mode.
Step 6. Navigate to the “Install” option from the custom recovery main menu.
Step 7. Now Browse the SD card for the SuperSU file.
Step 8. Now Confirm to install the SuperSU file and wait while your devices flash that file.
Step 9. Once the flashing process is done then go back to the main menu of custom recovery now you’ll see the “reboot system” option just select to reboot the system.
Step 10. Once your device reboots and boots up normally check the SuperSU icon on the main app drawer.
That’s all, Now your Huawei Mate S is successfully rooted.