UPDATED: Root the Oppo N1 Quickly and Easily
Update: To root your Oppo N1 simply and easily, please refer to this newer article.
You really need to hold the Oppo N1 in your hands to fully understand the detail and design that Oppo crafted into this 5.9″ device. Aside from the sheer size, the device features a unique camera system, as well as a very healthy corporate policy on aftermarket development.
While obtaining the device in many countries is still somewhat of a challenge, XDA Senior Member Harfainx shared simple and easy tool capable of rooting the N1. The process so simple that all you need to do is connect your device to your computer with USB Debugging enabled, and it’ll pretty much take care of the rest. The process is for Windows computers only, and requires ADB drivers to be installed, but other than that, there’s not much to it.
Head over to the original thread, located within our newly created Oppo N1 Forum, to learn more. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to check out TWRP for the N1 courtesy of Senior Recognized Developer Dees_Troy!
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