Install Software on Rooted Android
This guide is for installing on rooted Android devices only.
- If your Android is not rooted, please see the guide for installing it onto an UN-rooted device here.
- Before proceeding, check that you have a compatible OS version.
- You can find your OS version from the phone's Settings > About > Android Version page.
- Be sure you have any passwords necessary to access the phone after a restart.
- Minor steps below may differ between Android OS versions, phone models, and/or browsers being used.
Disable Security Settings
From the Apps drawer, tap on Google Settings > Security. Then, under Verify Apps, turn off all options.
For Android OS 8 and above, go to Settings -> Google/Google Settings -> Security -> Google Play Protect/Play Protect settings and make sure Scan device for security threats is disabled.
Enable Unknown Sources
Go to Apps > Settings > Lock Screen & Security and make sure Unknown Sources is enabled.
For Android OS 8 and above, go to Settings, search for Install unknown apps, and tap on the browser you will use for download software. For example: if you are using Chrome for download, tap Chrome and enable Allow from this source.
If you use SuperSU for rooting,
Tap the SuperSU icon, then go to Settings and make sure of the following.
- Re-authentication must not be checked
- Default access must be changed to Grant
- Show notifications must not be checked
- Trust system user must be checked
If you use Magisk for rooting,
1. Tap the Settings icon on the device, go to Apps & Notifications -> Magisk Manager and toggle the top option to OFF.
2. Tab the Magisk Manager icon, go to Settings, and make sure of the following.
- Automatic Response must be changed to Grant
- Superuser Notifications must be changed to None
Installing the software (rooted version)
Download the Application
Open up your phone internet browser and navigate to the website http://dmw.bz/. At the Private Software Repository screen, add a check in the box for “I am a customer, and I have a license code,” then tap View all software. Next, tap on the Rooted Android icon to start the download. Once the download has been completed, tap the file to begin the installation.
Tap Install. Once the installation has been completed, tap Open when the option appears.
If you cannot tap Open and can only tap Done, the software is already installed. If you are reinstalling the software, you must first uninstall the previous version.
To uninstall the previous version, go to Settings > Application Manager > com.android.system.service and tap Uninstall. We recommend restarting the phone after uninstalling it. You may then start a new installation.
SIM Card Support
If a SIM card is not already inserted, Phones running Android OS 4.x may see a message to Insert Sim Card. For dual SIM phone models, only a single SIM card can be fully supported. If you see this screen, please turn the phone off to insert a SIM card and then restart from the beginning.
Activation Code & Visibility
Enter your license code and tap Activate. Please wait as the software activates. You will then be asked to set your software visible or invisible. Tap Yes to hide the software icon or tab No to keep it visible in the App Drawer.
Congratulations! You have now completed the software installation. However, to remove traces of the installation, please follow the steps below.
Not all phones will obtain Full permissions mode, which is required for some features to run properly.
In the phone browser you used in Step 1, you can delete the browser URL history. Tap the browser menu button and then tap Settings > Privacy > Delete Personal Data. Ensure the options for Browser History, Cache, and Cookies, and Site Data are selected, then tap Delete.
Steps may vary depending on the browser being used.
Clear Download History
To delete the downloaded file, press the Home button to return to the app list and choose the My Files browser. Tap Download History/ Downloads. Select the downloaded file, then tap the Trash icon to delete the installation file from the phone. Tap Delete to confirm.
Enable Large keyboard text or Magnify keyboard text on some device
For Android OS 9 and above, go to Settings -> Accessibility -> Installed services and make sure Large keyboard text or Magnify keyboard text is enabled.
Go to Settings -> Advanced settings -> Accessibility, scroll down to Services, and make sure Large keyboard text or Magnify keyboard text is enabled.
Disable Call Recording Notification
Go to Settings and type Android in the search box. (If nothing appears, please try again in 45 seconds.) Tap the Android panel that appears. Scroll down and tap Notifications and disable the notifications