Jimmy McGee · May 14, 2014 at 09:00 am

How to Root the Oppo Find 7a Quickly – XDA Developer TV

In this episode, XDA Developer TV Producer TK shows you how to root your Oppo Find 7a. We’ve covered the Find 7a a lot recently, from a full review to its XDA unboxing, but there is one more thing left to do. As is usual at XDA, we must root all the things, and the Oppo prequel to the Find 7 is no exception!

TK presents step-by-step instructions on how to gain root access on your Oppo Find 7a using tools from the XDA Developers Forums and, exceptionally, from Oppo themselves. The process is painless and straightforward and if you keep to Color ROM, and this won’t prevent you from getting OTAs from Oppo. So if you wanted to root your Oppo Find 7a, take a moment and check this video out.

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