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How To Root Redmi Note 3 On Any MIUI Version

Overall, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is an excellent phone, but you can always get even more from the Chinese manufacturer’s mid-ranger. No, we’re not talking about improving the specs, but getting the max out of the operating system. Out of the box, the phone comes with Android 5.0.2 Lollipop, customized with the manufacturer’s own interface, MIUI. If you’re not fancying the way it looks and works, you can try rooting the phone, a process which is actually very simple and brings a lot of new features!

In order to root Redmi Note 3 on any MIUI version, the phone’s bootloader needs to be unlocked, using the MI Unlock Tool, followed by a TWRP recovery installation. Basically, this consists in flashing two zip files on your phone, using TWRP, and you are done. Like mentioned above, the process isn’t complicated at all, but there’s always the risk of something going wrong, so if you don’t feel like doing this all by yourself, ask somebody with experience in rooting to assist you.

Gaining Root Access On Redmi Note 3

        What you need ?

  1. An unlocked bootloader, as mentioned above
  2. TWRP Custom Recovery installed – Download Link, And Here Install official TWRP on Redmi note 3
  3. The SuperSup zip file, saved on your phone’s internal memory – Download Link.
  4. LazyFlasher zip file, saved on your phone’s internal memory – Download Link.
  5. Make sure your battery level is at least 60%. Our recommendation is to fully charge your phone before doing this, in order to prevent an accidental shut down.


Guide To Root Redmi Note 3 On Any MIUI Version


Step 1: After following all the steps presented above, boot the phone in TWRP recovery mode, by turning off your phone and pressing and holding Volume Up + the Power Button.

Step 2: While in Recovery Mode main screen, tap on Wipe > Advanced Wipe > Select Dalvik Cache and Cache. Then, swipe to confirm flash.

Step 3: Go back to the Main Menu of the Recovery mode and Tap the Install button.

Step 4: Select and Install the SuperSup zip file, followed by flashing the LazyFlasher zip file.

Step 5: Wait until the flashing process is completed and Reboot the System.

Step 6: In a few moments, your Redmi Note 3 will boot. Don’t worry if it takes longer than usual, as it’s making a few changes in the system.

And this is it. If you followed all these steps and instructions, you have successfully rooted your Redmi Note 3 and the phone is ready to unleash the full power of Android!

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