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How To Root Infinix Note 2 (Infinix Big 6)

Good news to the Big 6 users, a rooting guide for the Big 6 is now available, all thanks to Team Hovatek.

Infinix Note 2 a.k.a Infinix Big 6 was launched few weeks before Zero 3. It came running Android 5.1 (Lollipop) and an updated firmware, which makes rooting with Kingroot very difficult.

However there is a new way to root the Big 6, though this is a bit more complicated when compared to rooting with Kingroot but it is not that difficult. Just follow the step-by-step guide outlined below.

Before we proceed…

Disclaimer: Infinix Authority and it’s associates will not be held responsible for any damage that may result from this. You do this at your own risk and are solely responsible for any after effect.

Also note that rooting your phone will void your warranty and may disconnect you from receiving any software update from Infinix or your phone manufacturer.

That was kinda necessary I guess.

Back to business…

Requirements for Rooting Your Infinix Note 2

  • A PC with internet connection
  • SP flash tool

How to Root Infinix Note 2

Step #1: Download and save it to your phone’s SD card. You can download it here.

Step #2: Download the ported TWRP for Infinix X600. You can download it here.

Step #3: Unzip the TWRP zip file and flash the recovery image to the phone using SP flash tool ( You can download SP Flash tool here).

In case you don’t know how to use the SP Flash tool, see the full guide to that here.

Step #4: Boot you phone into TWRP recovery mode (you can do that by holding the volume up button and the power button for 5 seconds).

Step #5: In TWRP recovery, Choose install zip from SD card – to Choose zip from SD card use volume up and down to scroll up and down then choose the file from the root of your SD card.

Step #6: Scroll to yes and install, after a successful flashing go back and reboot.

You are now rooted!

To confirm your Infinix X600 is rooted, go straight to Google Playstore and download the root checker app to verify your root status.

If you are still confused, ask your question here using the comment box below.


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