These are the instructions to root Xolo Q700 smartphone using motochopper tool on Windows Computer.
Requirements: Your Xolo Q700 Smartphone should have at least 40 percent or above battery to perform the rooting process.
Root Xolo Q700
Step 1: Download and extract Xolo Q700 USB Driver on your Windows Computer.
Step 2: Enable USB Debugging mode on your Xolo Q700 smartphone. To Enable USB Debugging: Settings > Development > USB Debugging (Tick to enable it).
(Developers Option is hidden for Android 4.2.2 or above, to show this option Go to Settings > About Phone > Built Number (Tap on it for 5-8 times).
Step 3: Now connect your smartphone to the computer and install the USB drivers (locate to the extracted drivers in Step#1).
Step 4: Download and Extract motochopper tool on your Windows Computer. After Extracting you will be able to see the following files:
Step 5: Now, Open run.bat (you have extracted this file in step#4).
Step 6: Once Run.bat file is launched you will be able to see the following screen. Now, to begin the rooting process Press any Key from the keyboard.
Step 7: Once rooting process is completed you will be able to see the following screen with success message. Now, again Press any Key from the keyboard. This will exit the run.bat file and your Xolo Q700 smartphone will restart automatically.
Step 8: Now your Xolo Q700 is successfully rooted. To verify this, Open Applications Menu On your Smartphone and search for SuperSU app installed.
Optional: You can also verify that your device is successfully rooted or not by Root Checker Application.
Points to remember:
[*] No data loss process: Your Phone Data like contacts, pictures, videos, music and etc will be not affected with this method.
[*] Warranty Void: Your Xolo Q700 phone Warranty may be void after following the above tutorial.
[*] How to Unroot? To unroot, Open SuperSU > Settings > Full Unroot.
[*] If you are looking for the Xolo Stock Rom (Original firmware) then head over Xolo Stock Roms.
[*] Credits: The Motochopper tool was provided by Dan Rosenberg (XDA Developer). So, full credits for the motochopper tool goes to him.