Root Symphony W60 (MediaTek MT6575) – Complete Tutorial

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Here is the complete guide for rooting Symphony W60. It’ll work on any MT6575 device. Tested by me on Windows 7.


  • First you need to download & install MT6575’s driver on your PC. For this, install & run this app .
  • Now download & extract this package on your computer.
  • Connect your phone to PC with USB debugging option (Media Mode) enabled (Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging > Enable).
  • Now click on “TPSparkyRoot.bat” from your extracted folder.
  • And then follow the on-screen instructions.

Tips: It’ll reboot your device three times. After every single reboot, you need to wait until your device fully loaded again and connected to your PC automatically. After then you follow the programme instructions.

After last reboot, your phone will be successfully rooted. You’ll get busybox installed, superuser access and you can do whatever you want to do like link2sd, reverse tethering etc..


Install a .deb file on your iOS


Install .deb file:
First of all, what is a .deb file?
-It is a package which contains everything you need to install an application (often coming from Cydia). The package is edited by hackers, they modify the code lines and then it becomes a cracked application.

There are several methods listed below which I read from some sites and unable to implement them , or may be anyone of you find those methods easier thats why I also explained those methods. I listed here the easiest two methods.

First Method: iFile
– A jailbroken iPhone,
– OpenSSH installed (search in Cydia)
– iFile (Install it free from this cydia source: http://repo.insanelyi.com/)

1. Start any SSH software you want (WinSCP, FileZilla, iFunBox, DiskAid etc.) on your PC and connect to your iDevice,

2. Copy the .deb file in var/ Mobile/ or any folder you prefer,

3. Open iFile and Install the .deb file just by clicking on it,

4. Respring or Reboot your iDevice.

Second Method: AutoInstallation
1. Connect to your iPhone with any SSH software,

2. Create the folder Cydia/ AutoInstall into var/root/ Media/,

3. Copy** the .deb into var/root/ Media/ Cydia/ AutoInstall,
** You can copy many .deb(s).

4. Reboot your iDevice.

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