Root Micromax Bolt A36 and Install CWM Recovery

Bolt A36 smartphone by Micromax made its entry to this concentrated Indian smartphone market in 2014 with outdated Android 2.3 Gingerbread out of the box. The reason for this old Android is that this is basically a low-range device with just 256MB of RAM and single core processor which can only handle this OS. However if you are confident of your A36, then I suggest to root your phone and install some custom ROM based on Android 4.4 KitKat.

Micromax Bolt A36

If you are ready to take my advice then follow our instructions to root your Micromax Bolt A36 smartphone on your Windows computer so you can try custom ROMs based on latest Android OS on your old device. Once the device is rooted, you can easily install CWM recovery on it (Google it). Please make sure you go through safety guidelines mentioned below before proceeding with tutorial:

  1. Make sure you have complete backup of your data including Calls logs, Contacts, SMS and other app data.
  2. Your Micromax Bold A36 should be fully charged. If it isn’t, it should have at least 85% of charge remaining so the process goes smooth without any trouble.

Steps to Root Micromax Bolt A36

First of all download iRoot rooting software that will help us a lot in this process. Once downloading is completed, install it on your Windows computer.

Now open the iRoot software on your computer. When the software is launched, connect your Micromax Bolt A36 to your computer via USB cable.

As soon as you connect your device to your computer, you will need to click on option “Connect device” in the iRoot main window. After that, wait for few seconds so the software recognize your mobile. Once your device is connect, the model number and name will be shown.

Now you have my permission to click on the “Root” button on iRoot window to start the rooting process which can take few minutes. Once the process is completed, your phone will reboot automatically.

Now when it is rebooted, you will see SuperSU app installed on your phone which verifies that the Micromax Bolt A36 is successfully rooted and now you can install custom ROM etc on it.