Root & flash custom recovery on Micromax Nitro


root canvas nitro?
Canvas Nitro A310/311 is a low budget smartphone having great specs. Nitro is powered by 1.7Ghz Octa-Core MTK6589 chipset along with 2 GB of RAM. Device runs on Android 4.4 operating system. Nitro sports 5 inch screen with a resolution of 1280×720 and have a pixel density of 294 ppi. Device have a 13 megapixel primary shooter and a 4 megapixel secondary shooter for selfie and video calls. It houses a 2500 mAh removable battery. We are going to
follow this tutorial to root and flash TWRP recovery on your Canvas Nitro.

NOTE- ROOTING VOIDS WARRANTY AND MAY BRICK YOUR DEVICE SO CONTINUE ON YOUR OWN RISK.
(but if anything goes wrong then you are free to ask for help either commenting down below the post or at our Techulk Support Form we will be happy to assist you). So:

WHAT All WE NEED FIRST?

– Canvas Nitro
– Kingo Root Click Here.
– USB Drivers Click Here.

– TWRP Recovery Click Here.

– Mobileuncle tools Click Here.
– Laptop/PC
– USB Cable

 

THINGS TO REMEMBER

 

– Take a Backup of your Data (your contacts & Apps etc).
– Battery must be 70-80% charged before starting the rooting process.
– USB Debugging must be enabled. For this go to Settings -> About Phone tap on build number several times to enable the Developer options in your device. After that open Developer Options and enable the USB Debugging.

 

ROOTING AND FLASHING RECOVERY

 
STEP 1- Install USB Drivers and install Kingoroot app on your PC/Laptop.

STEP 2- Connect your device with USB cable and open Kingoroot app when your phone is detected by the app click on ROOT.
It will take some time when done your phone will be rooted.

STEP 3- Install Mobile uncle tools on your device and place the recovery file in your device.

STEP 4- Open Mobile uncle tools provide SuperUser permissions. Click on RECOVERY UPDATE select the Recover.img file,
this will reboot your device by flashing TWRP on your device.

Read: [Step By Step] Guide to flash using Mobile Uncle?

ALL DONE!!

Your phone now have root support and TWRP recovery. You are now free to flash Custom ROM(s) to use the best out of your device.

Shravan Das

A Tech Geek who loves to write about Blogging, How-To's and topics around Android platform. He founded techulk with a sole purpose for providing visitors the exact information they need with simple and step by step working explanations.

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