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How to Root Pantech Burst Android Smartphone

Launched in CES 2012, Pantech Burst is the not so popular Android Smartphone but at the same time it is a first Smartphone that runs on AT&T LTE Network and also comes with a 4 inched Super AMOLED touch screen display, and i guess it’s enough to give a little eye on it. Recently HTC One X has undergone the rooting process and now it’s time for Pantech Burst to go the same way. Since the Pantech Burst is not so accepted maybe because of little support by the developers, it feels good to see that some developers always find time to support less popular devices. Developers from rootzwiki, Attn1 and IOMonster have found an easy rooting process for the Pantech Burst users.

As rooting your device is a daunting process, we at nor the developer will be held liable if any damage cause to your phone. The instructions are only given for educational purpose; follow on your own risk.


  • It is highly recommended to backup android device data in case anything goes awry. You can backup your data directly on cloud or you can follow up our guide on how to backup android device data before any process.
  • Make sure that your device has at-least 50% battery backup to avoid hassle.
  • Enable USB Debugging by following “Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging”.
  • Disable all antivirus and firewalls to avoid interrupt in rooting process.

Instructions to Root Pantech Burst Android Smartphone:-

  • Download ADB and Fastboot PressToRoo.img in your Computer.
  • Connect your phone to your PC and launch the Command prompt and type the following commands:-
adb reboot bootloader
  • Now wait for the phone to boot in bootloader before typing the below commands
fastboot boot prestoroot.img
adb reboot

After your phone will reboot, install SuperUser from the Play Store, and you’re done. Head over to rootzwiki thread for support.

Posted by On April 12, 2012 Filed in: News Tags: , ,

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