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How To Root Htc Explorer and Install 4.2 Jellybean CyanogenMod

Hello Today again we come with another HTC device rooting Process.This article will help you to know “how to root htc explorer and install 4.2 jellybean in it”.Last time we had rooting for the  HTC desire.Htc Explorer which comes with  2.3 GB.Rooting the phone will allows you to update it to ICS and the best Jelly Bean.

how to root htc explorer

Specs Of HTC Explorer:

  • 600MHZ processor
  • 3.15 Mp primary camera
  • 1230 mAH battery
  • 3.2 inch touch screen
  • Android 2.3 Ginger bread OS

Look Before you proceed:

  1. Unlock your bootloader if you haven’t unlocked it by going to  the HTC Website.Unlocked Bootloaders is necessary.
  2. Enable USB debugging your HTC explorer.
  3. Have a Good charge of Above 90%
  4. If you have any problem stop and think.
Required Files:

Rooting Process:

  1. Double Check the BootLoader to see if it unlocked.
  2. Extract the recovery file.
  3. Run the Recovery.bat in fastboot mode.
  4. Now the should be placed on the sd card,I.E the root level
  5. switch off  and enter the recovery Mode(pressing Power&volume&home Key)
  6. Now Flash  the zip from sd card that is the superuser zip.
  7. Be calm  for the process to complete.
  8. Phone shall Automatically restart after process is over

Installing 4.2 JellyBean CyanogenMod:

how to root htc explorer

Required Files:

  • Download the ROM from Here.
  • Official Thread From XDA – Here

Installing Cyanogenmod:

  1. Copy and paste the ROM in the root Level of the SD card (First Level /)
  2. Reboot the Device into the Custom Recovery
  3. Caution : Make Backup before you Proceed
  4. Wipe the Data by choosing the option “Wipe date” and then Select confirm Wipe data -”Yes”
  5. Flash the Jellybean Rom by selecting “Install zip from Sd Card”
  6. Go to the file and Confirm the flash and allow the process to complete
  7. If there is any patch use the same “Install zip from SD card”
  8. Wipe Data Again
  9. Wipe davik cache
  10. Reboot and be calm(takes time to load)

Disclaimer:Rooting the Phone will Now void warranty and We are not responsible for Bricking of your PHONE or you did something STUPID.Flashing the ROM is completely Your decision But We will Always Help you in Any problems.

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