The Xperia Z Ultra is one of the latest Android devices to come from Sony in 2013. Sporting a staggering 6.4″ full HD display, the Xperia Z Ultra could certainly be considered a phablet. The device is powered by a quad core 2.2GHz Qualcomm processor, Adreno 330 GPU, 2GB RAM and LTE connectivity. It is IP58 certified, meaning it is dust and water proof, and water resistant to 1 meter or 30 minutes. It features an 8MP camera, 16GB of internal storage and it runs on a large 3050mAh battery.
If you want to root this device, first you will have to unlock the bootloader of this phone and then install any custom recovery like CWM or TWRP. To unlock the bootloader, you will have to check out Sony’s official website. Once you have unlocked the bootloader, you can proceed to install the custom recovery. In this guide, we will see how to install both the CWM and TWRP recovery (dual recovery) on the Sony Xperia Z Ultra.