How to Root & UnRoot Xiaomi Redmi 1s Without Losing any Data

Here is 100% complete guide to root and unroot Xaiomi Redmi 1s android smartphone. This one is one of the safest and best method to get the root access on the Redmi 1s. All you have to flash a zip file on your phone and you are done. Once the phone is rooted you can lots of rooted application and mod on your phone. The process is so simple that any one can get the root access and unroot the device. We tested the same method on our phone and within a few minute we get the root access. The best part of this guide that you will not lose any of the data from your phone.

This is a safe process, but I am not responsible for anything bad that happens to your phone. Lets take a look how to flash these zip files on the Xiaomi Redmi 1s androdi smartphone. Read all the instruction very carefully and follow them step by step on your phone.

Xiaomi Redmi 1S - How to Root or Unroot

Root Redmi 1s

Step 1. Download the file update.zip to your PC (Mirror Link)

Step 2. Connect your Redmi 1S via USB to the and move the zip file on your phone Internal storage’ (root of internal storage, meaning the top most folder)

Step 3. Disconnect your Redmi 1S properly from USB.

Step 4. Boot into Mi-Recovery (for this launch the Updater app, press the menu/options button and from the menu choose ‘Reboot to recovery mode’)

Step 5. Now form the Mi-recovery select and confirm ‘English’.

Step 6. Select and confirm ‘Install update.zip to System’, this will take one second

Step 7. Select and confirm ‘Reboot’

Step 8. After reboot go to Security -> Permission and activate Root permission

Enjoy your rooted Redmi 1S

Unroot Redmi 1s

Step 1. Open the Security app -> Permission and deactivate Root permission.

Step 2. Download the file UnRootNative_Redmi1S.zip to your PC ( Mirror Link )

Step 3. Connect your Redmi 1S via USB and Rename the file to update.zip and copy it to internal storage.

Step 4. Disconnect your Redmi 1S properly and Boot into Mi-Recovery (for this launch the Updater app, press the menu/options button and from the menu choose ‘Reboot to recovery mode’)

Step 5. In the Mi-recovery select and confirm ‘English’.

Step 6. Select and confirm ‘Install update.zip to System’, this will take one second

Step 7. Select and confirm ‘Reboot’

Enjoy your unrooted Redmi 1S (MIUI version is back to xx.0, permission cannot be

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