Yesterday Android 6.0 Marshmallow for ASUS ZenFone 2 has arrived, for you who want to root your device you can use this method (Systemless Root).
Gaining root access on Android devices isn’t a new concept, but the way it is done has changed with Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The new “systemless” root method can be a bit confusing at first, so we’re here to help make sense of it all, why you’d want it, and why this method is the best way to root an Android phone moving forward. Since Android 4.3, the “su” daemon—the process that handles requests for root access—has to run at startup, and it has to do so with enough permissions to effectively perform the tasks requested of it. This was traditionally accomplished by modifying files found on Android’s /system partition. But in the early days of Lollipop, there was no way to launch the su daemon at boot, so a modified boot image was used—this was effectively the introduction of the “systemless” root, named such because it doesn’t modify any files in the /system partition.
This root method basically not recommended for novice to operate, you can wait a simpler approach. DWYOR (Do it With Your Own Risks)
1. Unlocked bootloader
Unlock Bootloader on Android 6.0 Marshmallow ZenFone 2 ZE551ML/ZE550ML
- Download tool (Download Here)
- Extract it and connect Zenfone 2 with laptop/pc
- Click unlock.bat will automatically detect whether the adb or fastboot mode, and then reboot into bootloader
- Will appear on the screen to unlock the success of mobile phones after five seconds will reboot, then hold volume up the phone automatically re-boot back to bootloader.
- If you missed the previous step, press the power button for 10 seconds off, then press the "Volume Up" and hold the power button to boot into bootloader.
- After the phone has successfully re-enter the bootloader, click restore.bat on the computer, where the restore refers to the restore Android ifwi 6.0 otherwise Android phone can not enter the system.
- The phone will reboot and restore white on black ASUS logo screen, and then enter the Android system.
- Magisk-v6_repack_for_zf2_601.zip (Download)
- phh-superuser-17-magisk-x86-fix.zip (Download)
- Magisk Manager v1.2 App (Download)
- phh's SuperUser App (Download)
- xposed-v86.5-sdk23-topjohnwu_repack_for_zf2_601.zip (Download)
- Material's the Design Xposed the App Installer (Download)
- Enter TWRP and Install Magisk-v6_repack_for_zf2_601.zip
- Then Install phh-superuser-17-magisk-x86-fix.zip
- If you want Xposed then Install xposed-v86.5-sdk23-topjohnwu_repack_for_zf2_601.zip
- Then reboot, after enter homescreen install Magisk Manager v1.2 App, phh's SuperUser App and Material's the Design Xposed the App Installer
Magisk Manager: Root privileges can be used to switch the switching Selinux state.
Xposed Installer: used to download / management Xposed module, switch Xposed state.
Super User: Root privilege management
Credit to AZX
Credit to AZX
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