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How to Root Condor Allure M1 Plus, and Flash Custom Recovery

How to Root Condor Allure M1 Plus, and Flash Custom Recovery

Do you want to root Condor Allure M1 Plus and Flash Philz Recovery but you are finding it hard rooting Condor Allure M1 Plus with rooting Apps?.

We all have our reasons for rooting Condor Allure M1 Plus. It differs from one person to another. Some might be rooting to get a custom recovery flashed to their phone, some might be rooting to crack some games, while some might be rooting to get a custom rom flashed to their phone.

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Whatever reason you have, make sure you know what you are doing.

Why you should root Condor Allure M1 Plus.

  • You can overclock your phone for your best performance.
  • Change the phone information of Condor Allure M1 Plus to trick your friends.
  • You now have access to every file on Condor Allure M1 Plus.
  • You can change how your phone boot by changing boot animation.
  • Remove bloatware, which is, apps that were pre-installed on the Condor Allure M1 Plus.
  • Flash a custom recovery like Philz Recovery to Condor Allure M1 Plus.
  • Able to upgrade Condor Allure M1 Plus to the latest Android version using custom rom.
  • You can hack or crack games after rooting Condor Allure M1 Plus.
  • Create more storage space on Condor Allure M1 Plus but with caution.
  • You can block Ads from some apps on Condor Allure M1 Plus.
  • Install and use apps that require root on Condor Allure M1 Plus.
  • You can customize your Phone like you want.
  • And many more personal benefits you can enjoy.
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Why you should not Condor Allure M1 Plus.

  • The first thing is, Your warranty is now void.
  • You won’t be getting the official update from Condor.
  • Uhmm, I don’t know any other one. You can say.

Whatever reason you have for rooting Condor Allure M1 Plus, just make sure you know what you are doing.

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How to root Condor Allure M1 Plus with Philz Recovery.

To root Condor Allure M1 Plus by flashing Philz Recovery and flashing SuperSU/Magisk file, you will need a PC.
Requirements.
You will need this files…

Condor Allure M1 Plus Philz Recovery Rooting Prerequisite.

  • A PC.
  • A Condor Allure M1 Plus.
  • A working USB Cord.
  • A Good Battery Backup.
  • SuperSU/Magisk zip file.
  • A Philz Recovery File.
  • An ADB Fastboot script.
  • SP Flash Tool
  • A Condor Device Driver.
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Before you start, make sure you download and install the device drivers required above. Without proper driving your PC, It won’t detect your phone when connected to the PC.

You will need to Flash a custom Philz Recovery to your Condor Allure M1 Plus before flashing this.

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You can do that by going here.

Download Philz

How To Flash Philz Recovery using SP Flash Tool

The first things you have to do is install the USB Drivers for your PC. After doing that, you can go ahead and flash the Philz Recovery image.

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You can get a scatter file for your phone by downloading the stock rom for your phone. At least, you will need your stock rom later in case anything goes wrong. You can go back to stock.

Flash Philz Recovery to Condor Allure M1 Plus3 using SP Flash tool.

  • Download SP Flash Tool to your PC.
  • Download recovery.
  • Get the Scatter File for your phone.
  • Rename the downloaded recovery to recovery.img.
  • Place the recovery and scatter file in the same folder.
  • Launch SP Flash Tool.
  • Click on Scatter file.
  • Locate the scatter you placed in recovery.
  • Select the scatter file.
  • Power off your phone.
  • Click on start on SP Flash Tool.
  • Plugin on your phone with a detectable USB Cord.
  • Wait for it to finish Flashing.
  • Done, Reboot your phone.

Disclaimer.

Flashing a custom RECOVERY to your phone will void your phone warranty.

We are not responsible for bricked rECOVERY. Please, do some research if you have any concerns about cUSTOM rECOVERY AND HOW THEY WORK.

Before flashing THIS RECOVERY, YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if you point Your finger at us for messing up your device, we will laugh at you.

After flashing a custom recovery which is Philz Recovery to your Condor Allure M1 Plus, you can now go ahead and root it.

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Copy the downloaded SuperSU Files or Magisk and place it in the root folder of your SD card.

How To Root Condor Allure M1 Plus with Magisk/SuperSU File.

  • Boot your Condor Allure M1 Plus to Recovery.
  • Select Install Zip.
  • Select the SD where SuperSu/Magisk zip file is.
  • Locate the downloaded zip File.
  • Flash it.
  • Your phone is rooted.
  • Reboot to see SuperUser or Magisk on your phone.
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The other way to root Condor Allure M1 Plus which is through Kingroot is quite easier than the above method. All you have to do is follow the instruction below.

For you to root Condor Allure M1 Plus without a PC, we are going to make use of an Android rooting App called Kingroot.

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KingRoot is the number one rooting application for Android phones. It roots most of the MediaTek and Spreadtrum phones in the market and counting.

It has rooted many versions of Android, both Gingerbread, jellybean, KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow, and Nougat and has recorded root success in the latest Android version Oreo.

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That is why is our first recommended rooting App.

The app was developed by KingRoot Studio.

Root Condor Allure M1 Plus
[/media-credit] Root Condor Allure M1 Plus

How to Root Condor Allure M1 Plus with KingRoot.

  • Download KingRoot.
  • Download Purify.
  • Install KingRoot.
  • Launch KingRoot.
  • Click on GET ROOT.
  • Wait for it to Root your phone.
  • Done.
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I have seen some scenarios where after rooting your phone with KingRoot and it failed but still yet get root access.

The reason why I mentioned Purify is that when rooting with Kingroot, it always try to download Purify.

Purify is a cleaning or RAM booster app from Kingroot Studio. You can save rooting the time by downloading Purify and fastening the rooting.

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Using the latest version of KingRoot might give you a failed message, I will recommend using the version 5.0.3. I have used it to root most Android phone and counting.

What I am trying to say is that, sometimes, you might try rooting your phone with KingRoot and got a “Root Failed” but still yet, your phone will be rooted.

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I have experienced it many times without number.

All you have to do is reboot your smartphone before trying again. Trying once and failing doesn’t mean KingRoot cant root Condor Allure M1 Plus, You can retry again and it will work.

But you won’t notice until you check your phone with root checker.

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The whole method above is tested and trusted and tend to work on yours. If you experience any problem or difficulty, you are free to tell me.

If there is bootloader on Condor Allure M1 Plus, rooting it might not work unless you unlock it, don’t you worry, we have a guide on how to unlock most Android bootloader.

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Follow this guide to unlock any bootloader.

John Daniel

My interest and love for Mobile development especially Android and Technology stuff led me in opening BlogTheTech, I am on my 20s and an undergraduate of Electrical Electronics Engineering.

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