ZTE Z752C Sonata 2 Overview:
The ZTE Sonata 2 features a 4-inch WVGA display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and 4 gigs of expandable internal storage. There is 5-megapixels camera on the back, as well as 2-megapixels front shooter. The phone runs Android KitKat 4.4 and is powered by 1650 mAh battery.
ZTE Z752C Sonata 2 Sim Unlocking:
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ZTE Z752C Sonata 2 Unlocking instructions:
1: Turn on phone with Not Accepted SIM card.
2: A menu will pop up to Insert the code.
3: Insert the provided code and press OK
4: Device is now unlocked.
How to Update ZTE Z752C Sonata 2 to Latest Firmware:
Before Upgrade The Handset:
1) Make sure your phone has enough battery on it: at least 40% left
2) Make sure your micro SD card in your phone ( it comes with the ScoreM)
3) Make sure you’ve downloaded the SD card upgrade package from the internet to your computer
How to Root ZTE Z752C Sonata 2 :
You will lose all your data and it is possible that you may brick your device
All described operations you are doing at your own risk.
Files You Need
1. Download the famous Kingo Root app on your computer. It’s one of the free rooting tools available for Android devices.
Rooting the ZTE Sonata 4G
1. The first step is to install the Kingo app on your Windows based PC. Simply double-click on the setup file and then follow the on-screen instructions and the tool will install.
2. When the tool is installed on your computer, double-click on its shortcut icon located on your desktop and it will launch. You can also launch it from the Start Menu if you have a shortcut icon there.
3. In order for Kingo to perform operations on your device, you need to have USB debugging enabled on your device. To enable it, go to Menu -> Settings -> Developer options on your device and turn on the USB debugging option.
4. Use a USB cable to connect your device to your PC.
5. On the main screen of the tool, you should see a button saying Root. Click on it and it will start the procedure
to root your device.
6. The tool usually finishes the procedure within a few seconds, however, it can take even a couple of minutes in some cases.
7. When the tool has done everything it’s supposed to, it should tell you that Root Succeed.
8. Reboot your ZTE Sonata 4G and you should be able to see the SuperSU app in your app drawer. You’re now rooted.
Welcome to the rooters community! Your ZTE Sonata 4G is now rooted and you can just run the Root Checker app to verify the same.