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How to root Huawei Mate 7 on Android 6.0 Marshmallow [Guide]

Android 6.0 Marshmallow [1]There are many ways to root the Android operating system running on smartphones and tablets right around the world. Often the rooting methods vary depending on the device name, phone carrier network or model number and the version of Android that is running on the phone. Android 6.0 Marshmallow has seen many changes to the rooting world with existing tools needing to make use of new methods to root devices using tools under the same name (think CF-Auto-Root). What happens beneath the surface is technical and not often worth trying to explain in small paragraphs, but just know that Android developers wanted to secure the operating system more with Marshmallow updates and that has what lead to changes.

Fresh rooting methods have offered new opportunities for existing rooting tools to become better with cleaner roots becoming available that can be quickly unrooted. Moreover, Marshmallow has also seen some new developers come up with rooting methods like we have here with the SRK Tool made for some Huawei devices.




  1. Download the SRK Tools [3] program to the computer and drag it or copy it to your desktop.
  2. Right-click on the SRK file and extract it to the desktop location so that you can use the rooting tool.
  3. Connect the Huawei Mate 7 smartphone to the computer with a USB cable and then wait for a few seconds for the drivers to start working.
  4. Double-click on the SRK executable file that is on the desktop and wait for the rooting exploit to open on the computer.
  5. Choose the option that roots the device from the main SRK menu.
  6. Pick the rooting method of your choice from the following sub menu.
  7. Wait for the Huawei Mate 7 to get rooted before closing the program and then rebooting the smartphone before attempting to install any new apps.

In conclusion, that is how to root Huawei Mate 7 smartphones when they are running on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow software updates by using the SRK rooting tool found on the XDA-Developers website and originally posted by a senior member.