Guide To Root Doogee X9S X9 Pro MT6737M Marshmallow 6.0 Twrp Recovery and Supersu Tested Method

Guide To Root Doogee X9S X9 Pro MT6737M Marshmallow 6.0 Twrp Recovery and Supersu Tested Method

Guide To Root Doogee X9S MT6737M Marshmallow 6.0 Twrp and Supersu Tested Method

Guide To Root Doogee X9S X9 Pro MT6737M Marshmallow 6.0 Twrp Recovery and Supersu

What is root access?
     If you have an Android device that is bootloader unlockable and have a custom recovery for itself, then congratulations! Your device is eligible for the world’s easiest method to get root access.

    SuperSU is a superuser manager app by developer Chainfire, which manages root permissions on your device once it’s rooted. And thankfully, Chainfire has also created a recovery flashable zip file for SuperSU which contains the SuperSU app and the binaries required to get root access. What this means is you can flash the SuperSU zip via a custom recovery and get root access on any Android device.

    This superuser in the Android operating system, make you the master system, you can edit and delete system files and applications, move applications to the memory card, install any firmware (Custom Firmware if anvailable for your device, and other modified firmware). In general, there are so many possibilities you can do with root privelege.

This tutorial will guide you through the process of installing a custom recovery image on your X9S MT6737M Marshmallow 6.0 and then get root access (if needed) with the assistance of the Twrp recovery.

Some possible issues that might need your attention:
  1. Custom recovery images of different Android versions are not always interchangeable. For example, you can't install an Android 7.0 recovery on a 5.1.1 system and so on. Any exceptions are mentioned in the list of recovery images.
  2. At most of the devices, after flashing the TWRP image, first you have to boot into recovery (TWRP) or the stock recovery will be restored.
  3. At some devices, after flashing TWRP, first you have to root your phone (install SuperSU) or it won't be able to boot into the system.
  4. Once you've rooted your device, you won't be able to install OTA updates anymore but the only way to update your phone is flashing with SP Flash Tool. Flashing a stock ROM (with the stock recovery) will make you able to install OTA updates again.
  5. At some devices (or specific ROM versions), when powering on your phone to boot into TWRP (power + vol-up), after about 3 seconds, you have to release the power button (even if your screen is still black) and keep only the vol-up button pressed until the TWRP welcome screen pops up or the recovery will be skipped and your phone will boot into the system.
  • Your device must have 70% Of battery.
  • You need a Laptop or PC to perform this Action.
  • Make sure you have followed the steps properly. Don’t Skip and Read!
  • We are not responsible for any damage that you make to your Phone.

Custom Recovery Download Link: FROM HERE download link: HERE 
SP Flashtool Downloadlink: SPFlashTool 5.1712
Drivers Download Link: Mobile Mtk Drivers

Fellow Video Instruction:


1. Install the MTK_Driver_Auto_Installer_SP_Drivers_20160804.exe driver (if your system cannot download and install the drivers automatically).

2. Extract the SP_Flash_Tool_v5.1712.rar file and run flash_tool.exe.

3. Extract the content of the Root file archive,
*Beside the recovery image file, just only a compatible scatter file is mostly enough for this process but not always without editing it.

4. Open the scatter file, that you can find in the ROM folder.

5. Leave only the recovery line checked, then double click on its Location field and browse for your device specific custom recovery image file, that you can find in the Download area.

6. Click on the Download button and connect your phone to a USB port of your computer. The flashing process will start automatically and it needs just a few seconds.*
*At some models you have to press one of the volume buttons while connecting to USB but most of them don't need it and you mustn't press any of the buttons.

7. Now the custom recovery has been flashed. You may remove the USB cable. You can boot your phone into recovery by powering it on while pressing the volume up button. After your phone is powered on, release the power key but still keep the vol-up button pressed until the TWRP boot screen pops up.

*At some models this action starts the bootloader mode and you can boot into recovery from its menu. In such menus you can navigate with the vol-up button and select an item with the vol-down button.

*At some models you HAVE TO boot your phone into recovery at the first power on that follows the TWRP flashing or the original stock recovery will be restored by the sys
tem. So that's always better to start with booting into recovery after the flashing process finished.


1.Boot your phone into recovery and connect it to a USB port of that computer, where you store the downloaded SuperSU installation zip file. Copy that file to the Internal storage of your phone. After finished, you may remove the USB cable.

2.Select Install - Before you process the further steps, I suggest you to make a backup of your Data and Nvram partition or the whole system.

3.Select the Internal Storage, then browse for the SuperSU .zip file.

4.On the next screen don't check any of the options, just swipe right the bottom slider to start the installation process.
Wait until the installation finishes. It needs just a few seconds, not a long time.

5.Tap (click) on Wipe cache/dalvik (swipe right), then Reboot System.
Warning! Don't wipe the cache if you use a not fully compatible TWRP image (such ported ones without touch screen support and with other bugs), just select Reboot System or your action may drive to a boot loop.

6.Wait until your system boots up. Now your phone has root access. You can check your status with Root Checker.