How To Swiftly Root Your Infinix Note 3 Running On Android 7.0 Nougat

Infinix Note 3 is a high end device that comes with the latest android version (6.0 and above). This makes it a bit difficult to root via kingroot or any other easy rooting application. Thus, I’ve decided to share with us the latest method for Note 3 users to root their devices. But before I proceed, a quick review of the key specs of the device.


✔ 6.0-inch Touch Display, 1080 x 1920 pixels (367ppi)

✔ 1.3GHz octa-core MediaTek Helio X10 MT6753 CPU with 2GB RAM

✔ Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)

✔ 16GB Storage with support for memory card up to 128GB

✔ 13MP Rear Camera and 5MP Front Camera

✔ 3G and Wi-Fi, Optional 4G LTE

✔ Fingerprint Sensor (Rear)

✔ 4500 mAh Battery with Fast Charging

HOW TO ROOT INFINIX NOTE 3 X601 (ANDROID V6.0 Marsh follow )

✔ VCOM drivers for PC, Download Here
✔ SuperSU file Download Here
✔ Philz for Infinix Note 3 / X601 (Nougat). Get it Here
✔ A charged PC
✔ Your Infinix Note 3 with at least 50% Battery Life
✔ Original USB Cord

This post is a very detailed post. However, GyrationTechs Blog should not be held responsible for issues that may arise from wrong application of the steps listed below.

1. Copy the you downloaded earlier to both the phone’s SD card and internal storage.

2. Install or flash the Philz recovery.img you downloaded to the phone with SP flash tool. Click here if you don’t know how to Use SP Flash Tool.

3. After that, reboot your phone to recovery mode by powering your phone off > then long press Volume up button + Power button.

4. In Philz recovery, you use the Volume buttons to navigate and Power button to select.

5. Click on “INSTALL ZIP” and locate the on the SD Card and select it. > Wait till the flashing is complete and if you are prompted to fix root, select NO.

6. Now reboot the phone normally and use Root checker Application to confirm your root.

I have succeeded in explaining the steps required to root Infinix note 3 running on android 6 or 7.0 nougat. However, if you encounter difficulty when trying to root your device, let us know via comment section so we could help you out.

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