Once you root the ZTE Blade L3 Plus smartphone, you are granting the apps full system access so they are no longer stuck in a sandbox-type area. That’s how the apps were originally allowed to roam within the Linux kernel before Android created additional security and prevented apps having root access. The reason they did that was to give your device better security. By isolating the apps and the apps data, they could no longer read or have anything to do with each other. That means if you were to click on malware accidentally, the damage is minimal. While that sounds great, it prevents people who love Android from using the system to its fullest and that’s why we root the devices.

ZTE Blade L3 Plus

The Files You Need

  1. Download the KingRoot tool from this page.
  2. That’s the only file you need for this guide. Once you install the app during the guide, you get three new apps on your device which you can open from the app drawer. Should you decide to tap on the KingUser app, you can unroot your device. Those looking for more performance can tap the KingMaster app and the KingRoot app is the one which gives your device the root access.
  3. You can anytime check that your L3 Plus device is one of the ZTE supported devices on the list.

Rooting the ZTE Blade L3 Plus

  1. Download the KingRoot on your computer and move it to the desktop. It automatically will end up in your Downloads folder by default if you are sing a Windows PC. Now just click and drag it over to the desktop.
  2. On your phone, point to the Menu > Settings > Security > Unknown Sources and turn it on.
  3. Connect your ZTE Blade L3 Plus smartphone to the computer using the USB cable.
  4. Transfer the app over to your L3 Plus internal SD card.
  5. You need to know how to install APK files on Android devices. Our guide in the link dropped teaches you how to do that two different ways. Those choosing the file manager path can check out our list of the best file manager for Android and pick nay from the list.
  6. Once complete, launch the KingRoot app from your devices app drawer — where your apps usually appear after you download them.
  7. Tap the large Root button from the apps main page.
  8. Wait while the universal one click rooting tool searches for a working rooting method for your device.
  9. After a few minutes you will see the progress bar get to 100% and the app will display a success message on the screen of your smartphone.
  10. Reboot the device when you exit the app.
  11. You may now exit the rooting app and install the root checker app. The root checker app will double-check this guide did work for your ZTE Blade device.
  12. You can now install any of the apps which require root access on the Google Play Store by logging into your usual Google account and browsing for them.