Panasonic P55 is a decent quality Android smartphone, which comes with a huge 5.5-inch smart touchscreen display powered by a 1.2 GHz processor. The device also has 1 GB RAM, a good quality 8 mega pixel camera, and a 2500 mAH battery which will be good for people who are looking for longer talk-time hours. The P55 smartphone runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system.
If you have bought this Panasonic smartphone and looking for a way to root it, so that you can install custom ROM firmware or to install applications which only supports the device with root privileges or to uninstall the bloat ware that comes pre-installed in your device, then you are in the right webpage. Here, I have given a tutorial with step by step instructions to root Panasonic P55 smartphone.
WARNING: Rooting your device will void its warranty and you won’t be able to claim it back. Also, sometimes rooting your device might get it bricked. So, if that happens don’t held me or Android Root Guides team responsible. Proceed with CAUTION.
1) The rooting procedure given here is not a data-loss process, but it won’t hurt to take backup of personal data’s in your Panasonic smartphone using appropriate apps.
2) You will need to enable USB Debugging mode in your device. Once done, you will need to download P55 USB drivers and install it in your computer so that you can connect your device with it successfully.
3) Make sure that your smartphone has a good battery backup. Also, ensure that you have deactivated Antivirus programs in your computer as they tend to interrupt the rooting procedure.
Once you have finished these prerequisites, you can move on to the main rooting tutorial that I have given below.
Tutorial To Root Panasonic P55:
1) To get started download Kingo Android Root rooting tool and install it in your computer.
2) Next, connect your smartphone to the computer with the help of original USB data cable. If the USB drivers for your device are properly installed, the connection with the computer will be successful.
3) Now, run the Kingo Android Root application and let it identify your device. It may take a minute or two. Once your device is identified by Kingo Android Root, it will show you a root option.
4) Just press the big “Root” button to start the rooting procedure. It will get completed within a minute or two. Once it is done, you will get a confirmation message along with a message asking for you to reboot your device. You can also disconnect your smartphone from the computer.
That’s it. Now you have successfully finished rooting your Panasonic P55 smartphone. To confirm the rooting process, look for SuperSU app in your device. If it is there (it will be there), then the rooting process is successful. Also, you can use the Root Checker app from Google Play store to confirm your device’s root privileges.
If you encounter any issues while following this tutorial, do let me know using the comments section below.