How to Root Sony Xperia Z Ultra c6802 / c6806 / c6833 using Kingo – Last month Sony Mobile released Sony Xperia Z Ultra, which is a smartphone with the biggest screen today: a 6.4-inch Full HD 1080p. The screen is equipped with X-Reality technology and Triluminous, and supports handwriting input that is compatible with a pencil, pen or nib with a diameter of 1mm. This handset is reinforced with a 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 16GB of internal storage and has a micro SD slot.
It is undeniable that this phone is a jumbo version of the Xperia Z which had already circulated. Like the Xperia Z, Z Ultra uses a unique OmniBalance design with smooth edges without angles and reflective surfaces on all sides. With 8MP camera with Exmor RS sensor. With specifications that will certainly spend a lot of battery power, but Sony provides a large enough capacity is 3000 mAh. However, the overall weight of just 212 grams Ultra Z with a thickness of the body which includes the category of very thin at only 6.5mm.
In this post Smartphone Clinic will provide a tutorial on How to Root Sony Xperia Z Ultra c6802 / c6806 / c6833 by using Kingo Root on windows PC. Smartphone Clinics is not responsible for any gain or loss incurred as a result of following this guide. Root your device at your own risk.
Make sure your phone battery is charged to 70% or more
Enable USB Debugging, by open Settings > Developers Option > USB Debugging If Developers Option is hidden, go to Settings > About Phone > Built Number (tap on it for 5-8 times)
How to Root Sony Xperia Z Ultra c6802 / c6806 / c6833 using Kingo
Install and run Kingo app on your PC / Laptop.
Connect your Android device to your computer
Once your smarthphone is connected successfully to the computer, Kingo Root will automatically detect your device.
Click ROOT button, wait for the process and do not unplug the USB cable before the process is completed
After the Root process is completed, the Finish button will appear. Press the Finish button then your device will reboot automatically.
If the SuperSU App exist on your Application Menu on your smartphone it means you’ve succesfully rooted your device.
For more details, please watch the following video:
Congratulation! Now your Sony Xperia Z Ultra C6802 / c6806 / c6833 was rooted. You can verify that your Sony Xperia Z Ultra C6802 / c6806 / c6833 is successfully rooted or not by downloading Root Checker App on Play Store. Hopefully the tutorial of How to Root Sony Xperia Z Ultra C6802 / c6806 / c6833 using Kingo useful for you.