How to root your MyPhone A848 / A848i Duo

"Rooting" is the process in which the limitations are removed and full-access is allowed. Once rooted, the Android phone owner will have more control over many settings, features and performance of their phone. Basically, "rooting" means to get to the root of the operating system and to have the ability to make global changes.
Remember I or this site will not take any responsibility on whatever may happen with your phone... root at your own risk
pagroroot ay para  sa may alam sa paghawak ng computer kung ikaw ay medyo baguhan pa, mabuti humanap ng gagawa nito para sayo

Step in Rooting Phone:

  1. Download Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry_v17 from here: - 4.15 MB* or - 2.33 MB **
  2. Extract or v18 to any location in your PC hard drive using 7Zip or WinRAR.
  3. In your phone's menu, go to Settings > Developer Options > Check USB Debugging
  4. then connect your phone to PC via USB cable. Windows will try to find the proper drivers.
    insert usb chord

    pagkakabit mo nung usb chord turn on USB storage mo
    Dito madaming nagkakamali kaya i-aayos ko lang
    Kabit mo yung phone mo sa USB Cable na nakakabit sa PC mo.. kapag naghanap ng Driver?

    1. insert mo yung cd ng myphone ito yung kasama nung nibili mo yung phone mo asa box yun
    2. Punta ka ng Device Manager ng PC mo kung di mo alam mabuti magtanung ka sa nakakaalam :P
    3. Right Click mo tapos click mo Update Driver Software
    4. New Window appear then Click on "Browse my computer for driver software"
    5. Search for driver software in Cd-Rom

      1. Click Browse at point mo dun sa CD-Rom kung san nakalagay yung CD
      2. Hanapin mo yung Folder sa Loob ng CD "AndrodiPCSyncTool_exe_v######"
        Note: kung wala kang cd
        • Download this - 6.10 MB*
        • extract mo tandaan mo kung san mo ni-extract
        • dahil dito mo dadalin yung {2}browse for folder
      3. Then Click Next
    6. if window Security Appear Click on Install
    7. Tapos lalabas ulet yung bagong window na "Update Driver Software - Android Composite ADB Interface" click Close
    8. Tapos makikita mo sa Device Manager mo ito ok na :)

  5. Open the folder{Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry_v17} you extracted in {Step2} and then right-click on RunMe.bat and click on "Run As Administrator”.

    • For Window XP / 7: just Double Click RunMe.bat
  6. On the menu, there are two choices. Select "Normal".

  7. Wait for a few seconds  in your phone, you'll be prompted with "Full Restore". Tick on "Restore My Data".
  8. It will reboot your phone.
  9. kapag nag Power ON! You now have successfully rooted your MyPhone A848 Duo / MyPhone A848i Duo!{see pic below for sample of SuperSU}

    NOTE:Pagkatapos mag root paki Port po kagad yung CWM Recovery at gumawa ng BACKUP para po iwas Brick - Click Here

 Note: Drivers if needed - 6.10 MB*

Update Guide:

  • * - {01-15-2013} - Download link fixed
  • * - {02-21-2013} - added Download link Bin4ry_v18

There are two main disadvantages to rooting and Android phone;
  1. Rooting immediately voids your phone's warranty-Once rooted, don't try to bring your phone back for service or warranty work.  You are on your own!
  2. Rooting involves the risk of "bricking" your phone-In essence, a "bricked" phone is no better than carrying around a brick in your pocket. The phone is dead when it has been "bricked."
Other potential disadvantages, though less severe, are still worthy of consideration;
  1. Poor performance-Though the intention of "rooting" a phone is to give the phone more performance, several users have found that, in their attempts to speed up the phone or add additional features, that their phones lost both performance speed and features. Remember that when you "root" your Android phone, you are making changes to the stock operating system.
  2. Viruses-Yes, even phones can get viruses. A common practice that people do with "rooted" phones is to flash their ROM's with custom programs. Whenever you make changes to the code of a software, you run the risk of introducing a virus.
"Rooting" your Android phone does afford you numerous benefits, including;
  1. Running special applications-Superuser is an app that can only be run on a rooted Android phone. This allows you to control which apps have access to the "root" system. Another popular application that "rooting" affords is the ability to tether a computer to your Android phone so that the computer can access the Internet using the phone's data connection. Another program can allow your Android to be used as a WiFi Hotspot without having to pay your provider for the feature.
  2. Freeing up memory-When you install an app on your phone, it is stored on the phone's memory. "Rooting" allows you to move installed applications to your SD card, thus freeing up system memory for additional files or apps.
  3. Custom ROM's-This is the most powerful feature of "rooted" phones. There are hundreds of custom ROM's that can do anything from speeding up the processing speed of your phone to changing the entire look and feel of your phone.
The decision to "root" your Android phone is one that should not be rushed into. Though the allure of having an unlocked phone is powerful, having a "bricked" phone is, trust me, not very much fun.

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