Complete Guide For How To Root and Install Custom Recovery for Xperia M4 Aqua firmware Rom Version 26.1.A.3.111
Sony Xperia M4 Aqua still very strong support from the XDA had, in recent weeks, but everything changes. Already for some time for this phone can root without having to unlock the bootloader, but it is newly possible to do root directly on the phone with the latest firmware version, ie the version 26.1.A.3.111. The whole process takes only a few seconds and you can enjoy all the benefits that offers root.
The process is very simple and will not lose any user data. I generally recommend to perform a backup, but this time it should be completely unnecessary. For starters, I answer the question of whether root solves problems Xperia M4 Aqua with little memory – resolved. Although you delete some system applications, system partition will still be great as well. But you still root offers other ways to deal with the lack of space. First Loosen your phone developer options USB debugging and installing unknown applications 2ndDownload and unzip this archive – http://depositfiles.com/files/54e4yy6pb third if you do not have a computer Flashtool, download and install it – https://depositfiles.com/files/v9wlvooad fourth RootKitXPERIA folder (xxx) move to folder to X10flasher_lib (Onsite Flashtool)5th Connect your phone to the computer running, run install.bat and wait to perform root (meanwhile, enable debugging on the display) 6th After completing the root folder head to M4Aqua (xxx) 7th reconnect the phone running, run install.bat, enable the display root verification and wait for the installation of recovery 8th To start recovery menu by pressing the volume down when you boot the phone (during flashing LEDs) I myself immediately after root and install recovery made some fundamental adjustments. I greased unnecessary applications and install the new launcher that otherwise the Xperia M4 Aqua is not yet available. The phone suddenly rejuvenated and operate on me a much better impression. Further adjustments will surely follow, but maybe wait until the moment when the manufacturer officially released Android 6.0 Marshmallow.