How to – Root Huawei Ascend P1 – U9200 B113 and B115

Huawei U9200 AKA Ascend P1

WARNING: Rooting your phone invalidates your warranty.

Try this at your own risk, I am NOT responsible if you brick your phone.

This guide is for phones with firmware B113 and B115 (may work on others but not tested as far as I’m aware)

Step 1 - Download either the full pack here – b113_b115-root_u9200—__[Nixing] (Thanks to Nixing at XDA for this download. Password: ccc333) or just the tools here – b113 b115 root u9200[Nixing] Tools Only and extract to your desktop.

 

Step 2 – Enable USB debugging on your phone – Settings -> Developer options -> USB debugging and plug it into your PC

 

Step 3 – Run hwadb.exe and let it finish.

 

Step 4 – Run ubl.exe and wait for it to finish.

 

Step 5 – Disconnect your phone from your PC and Reboot.

 

Step 6 – Check to see if Superuser has been installed on your phone.

 

Step 7 – If you find Superuser in your menu, Congratulations your phone is rooted :)

 

Step 8 – You will now need to install a custom recovery to make use of your newly rooted phone so head over here –

How to – Install Recovery on Huawei Ascend P1 – U9200 B113 and B115

for instructions

 

Enjoy.

 

A Big thanks goes to Nixing at XDA for working out this method for the B113 and B115 versions (Original Thread here) and again to Genokolar for creating the tools for this :)

 

 

 

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  2. kahramanakyil says:

    How to – Root Huawei Ascend P1 – U9200

    first restart, it says daemon started successfully but failed on ‘/data/local/tmp’ permission denied. link failed file exist

    second restart, adb server is out of date, daemon started successfully, remount failed, failed to copy ‘su’ to ‘/system/bin/su’ : Read-only file system, Unable to chmod ‘/system/bin/su’ : No such file or directory and same error all for :
    ‘busybox’ to ‘/system/bin/busybox’ and
    ‘Superuser.apk’ to ‘/system/bin/Superuser.apk’ and
    ‘RootExplorer.apk’ to ‘/system/bin/RootExplorer.apk’ and
    rm failed for /data/local.prop No such file or directory
    rm failed for /data/local.tmp Permission denied,

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