how to root blu grand

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Sheldon293

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how to root blu grand 5.5 android 6.0 marshmallow... kingo root did not work...flashing did not work....build id (mra58k).....cores (4)....architecture (4x arm cortex-a7 @1.30 ghz).....process (28 nm).....hardware (mt6580).....media tek mt6580 1.30ghz......andrroid 6.0....root access no.
 
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you would need to create/find a custom recovery like TWRP and flash it onto the device,after that use the recovery to flash either superSU or magisk module for root i found this link online which claims to be able to show you and have all the correct files but i cannot vouch for them as i have never used that site before so just be careful what you download and make sure to visrus scan everything

https://www.getdroidtips.com/root-twrp-blu-grand-5-5-hd-magisk/
 
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Sheldon293

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i have tried that method but the TWRP can't be install, only custom recovery, and with custom recovery cannot open superSU,and Magisk V14.3 for Android 7.0+,and i have 6.0
 
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mrsim

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why couldn't the TWRP be installed...what happened
 
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Sheldon293

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Phone must be rooted to install TWRP
 
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mrsim

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Phone must be rooted to install TWRP
no phone in the world needs to be rooted in order to install TWRP who gave you that information...???
i deleted your last message as it was not needed in the thread we do not need to see huge pics of your phone specs from CPU-Z thank you...LOL
no TWRP is usually flashed through a program like sp flash tools or fastboot methods
 
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Sheldon293

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on the TWRP website it does not have my phone listed
 
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mrsim

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did you read the TWRP page properly...LOL
it is the TWRP app which requires root not the actual 'recovery.img' file as you can see in the pic below it can be installed officially via fastboot
if there is no official TWRP for your device you will have to attempt to create one or alternatively request someone to do it for you,(do not ask me i do not port recoveries),i will leave a link HERE for the TUTORIAL
 

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i will try again
 
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