After getting your hands on one of the latest Android smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 GT-I8160, the next thing you wanna do is tinker with your new toy. But most tweaks and optimizations requires root access so you will have to root your new phone.If you are owing a Xolo Q800 and you want to have more features to be used on your phone then rooting is very much needed in such case, so lets start the rooting.
Rooting can brick your phone and will also void its warranty. Do it at your own risk.
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Download and Put the CWM (update.zip) and SuperSU-v1.25.zip to your SD Card.
Boot into Recovery Mode (Volume Up + Home + Power)
Flash the CWM from stock recovery.
Flash the SuperSU Flashable Zip from CWM recovery.
Choose “Reboot System Now”
now you have a rooted phone.