i would like to root my phone. but i dont know how to do it.

<span id="INSERTION_MARKER">Local Brand: Cherry Mobile<span>Model: Cosmos Z
<span>Origin: Philippines

<span>Please help..
<span>i would like to change the screen resolution of my device from 1080 to 720
<span>because it easily drain the battery of my phone because of the high screen resolution with low ram (1GB Ram)..

<span>it gets hot easily when i play games or even watching movie with head phones.. it wont last for 3 hours

<span>and i plan to delete some files so i can save memory in my phone..


<span>if you have an idea how to root my
<span>please help me if this is possible..
<span>hope someone can reply with my questions..

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The forum for that.

Is the XDA Forums. If you want to find root discussions, that's where I go.

What's with all this <span>?

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hey Bro

can i ask where is this XDA Forum?

Im a Beginner in this site.. Thanks for the reply

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try an internet search.....

for XDA_Forums. It is not part of the CNET site.

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XDA Forum Addreaa
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Thank you....

....for posting the correct internet address. I could not correct my original post from last November. Hopefully the OP already found his answer.

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