• Title: UMIDIGI Z1 pro
  • Listed: 09/08/2017 2:56 am
  • ROM Version: Root with Magisk
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The zip file contains all the files and information to rooted the UMIDIGI Z1 pro

※Please make a backup of your device before installing or updating ROM

6 Responses to“UMIDIGI Z1 pro”

  1. 10/01/2015


    Well, my phone boots up without screen signal I guess, only UMIDIGI logo for ~2sec :(

    ROM - V1.1_20170907


  2. 07/05/2015


    It dosesn´t work for me! It´s not possible to flash the new bootimage!

    • flledo



      for jayjay89

      Install version 14
      Download this manual and follow its steps: https://drive.google.com/file/.....ew?usp=drivesdk
      to my It has always worked for me

      for pmjh

      If you can flash the modified image, it is most likely that you do not have the sp installed flashtools drivers correctly. There are guides on the internet that explain it well.

      For restaw

      The TWRP is already almost in disuse as well as supersu.
      With Magisk you can be root and with a couple of lines with adb, you can extract or load the boot.img, recovery.img,etc (all partitions). Make dump of your applications, modify system files and everything you want.

      NOT! The twrp of the Z1 does not work in the pro (the screens are different) I tryed unsuccessfully. Magisk will not disappoint you.

  3. 05/13/2017

    Slovakia (SLOVAK Republic)

    hey im wondering how can i use this, if there is not any custom recovery for umi Z1 Pro. Can i use the one ,made for umi Z Pro?

  4. 11/20/2017




  5. 03/17/2017

    Slovakia (SLOVAK Republic)

    Hello, I'm UMIDIGI Z1Pro and I'm quite happy. I have a problem with the camera – the photos are blurred, also video. Everything I upload in high definition. Does anyone also have a similar experience? I do not want to believe that it is hardware – I think it's a software problem. Is it possible to fix it?

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