How to Root Gionee A1 Lite Without Computer

In this Guide, you will be able to learn How to Root Gionee A1 Lite Without ComputerToday we are here with guide of How to Root Gionee A1 Lite Without Computer. Gionee A1 Lite comes with a 5.3-inch with an HD 720p resolution display. The A1 Lite is powered by a 1.3GHz MediaTek MT6753 64-bit Octa -Core chipset and a Mali-T720MP3 GPU. Gionee A1 Lite has 3GB of RAM and 32GB on-board storage with expansion up to 64GB.

Root Gionee A1 Lite

So Today we are sharing How to Root Gionee A1 Lite Without Computer. 

Before proceeding to the installation guide below are some pre-requirements make sure you follow all of theme.

Also Read:- How to Install TWRP Recovery on Gionee A1 Lite
  1. Make Sure bootloader is Unlocked.
  2. Make sure you have 70% charge of more then that.
  3. Follow all steps correctly otherwise you will end up with a bricked phone.
  4. We are not responsible for any damage to Gionee A1 Lite.
  5. This TWRP installation Process is only for Gionee A1 Lite.

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Now Time to Root Gionee A1 Lite.

How To Root Gionee A1 Lite Using TWRP 

#1. Move the to Your phone’s internal storage. ” Don’t put the File in any Folder”

#2 Now you have to boot your phone in TWRP recovery mode.

#3 to boot Gionee A1 Lite in recovery. First of all turn off your smartphone. Now press Volume UP + Power button together until the Gionee A1 Lite boots in TWRP recovery mode.

Root Gionee A1 Lite

#4 Now first make backup of your all data using TWRP.

#5 Now tap on install, And choose the file.

#6 Now swipe to install

That’s it Now you have rooted Gionee A1 Lite.

So this was our guide on How to Root Gionee A1 Lite. i hope this guide helped you. If  you have any question ask us in comment section below.

How to Root Gionee A1 Lite Without Computer
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