How To: Root Spreadtrum SC6820 or SPHS ON HSDROID Phone
Ammar Rashad | On 09, Sep 2013
Rooting your Android device is like Jailbreaking an iPhone. Once you root, you can make your device run faster, tether it to your computer, tweak some hidden settings to your liking, and more. Here I am going to show how to do it on your Spreadtrum SC6820/SPHS ON HSDROID Phone.
Spreadtrum based phone’s are really very cheap, and they work very well. They usually have only 256MB of RAM. The Spreadtrum phone clock speeds up to 1GHz.
Note #1: You will not lose your data. You will successfully root your phone in the Step #4.
Note #2: Everything is on YOUR OWN RISK! We are not responsible, If anything happens to your device.
So let’s start with the root process.
Download Root Master and Install it on your computer. Install Drivers for your Phone.
Download SuperUser.apk and copy SuperUser.apk to your SD-card, Disconnect your phone from computer, Now open Root Explorer. Allow Root Explorer when prompted for root permission. Click in the red border button.Copy the SuperUser.apk from your SD-Card to /system/app
Go to /system/app, Click Mount R/W and Paste the SuperUser.apk and replace the other SuperUser.apk.
After you replace the SuperUser.apk install the copied SuperUser.apk.
You have successfully Installed the SuperUser to your device.