How to root Lenovo Ideatab S6000F in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean [Guide]

Lenovo S6000FThe Lenovo S6000 is the base model smartphone that is found in several different places around the globe. From there you usually get regions or phone carrier networks which make of the last digit–in this case that’s the ‘F’. However, Lenovo are doing things differently and the F variant is actually the tablet. Furthermore, the smartphone runs the later stages of Kitkat whereas the tablet is still using Jelly Bean. It is a new tablet that comes with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out of the box, coupled with the computer-style user interface. If you want to learn how you can open up the ports with root access, you can check the guide below. The aforementioned handset isn’t finding the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop coming over the air as of yet, but when it does you might need to sort after a new guide as Google could patch the current exploit we are using here.


1. You shouldn’t lose any tablet data by following the steps. However, we do recommend people taking backups before starting just in case the worst happens. If you are stuck in a boot loop or suffering from other problems you might need to apply a factory reset. That’s when you lose data unless you backed it up already.

2. You should charge the battery on the tablet so there’s at least 55% before starting. That way it won’t shut down during the operation. You want to make sure it doesn’t turn off until the flashing is done or else you can brick the device.

3. Applying the following does void the warranty. Most of you with warranties will still have them working since the device is so new. Therefore, that’s something to think about before going ahead. You won’t be able to send it away for free repairs. That said, people will still look at it for the money.

4. We are not responsible for any damages to your device that’s come from following this guide. You follow the steps at your own peril. To make you feel more confident, the real Framaroot team has announced the file is working on this device.

5. You must have a computer for transferring the files over to the device. It’s safer that way.

6. You need to have a file manager pre-installed on the tablet. We recommend checking out ASTRO File Manager if you don’t have one already. Also read up on how it works before doing the guide here.

Important: Enable the Unknown Sources options from Settings > Security > Unknown Sources. Likewise, enable the USB Debugging option from the Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging. if you don’t see it there you must go to Settings > About Device > tap the build number seven times until it is unlocked. Now you are a developer. Access the original Settings menu once more and you’ll see the Developer Options this time.


1. Download the Framaroot APK file from this link here.

2. Use the desktop of the computer and do not unzip the file.

3. Connect the tablet to the computer and transfer the zipped file over to the internal storage SD card.

4. Use the file manager of your choice to find and install the file on the tablet.

5. Navigate back to the app drawer where the Framaroot file is now and tap to open the same.

6. Choose to install SuperSU from inside the applications menu.

7. Tap the rooting exploit option from the app menu.
– find the name of the exploit you need for your device, in this case it should be “Boromir.”

8. Wait until the app creates the root access and finishes flashing. Do not touch any buttons until it’s done.

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