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Nokia made X is rooted and runs normal Android

The Finnish manufacturer's recently announced Android powered handset at Mobile World Congress 2014, Nokia X is now rooted and runs Google applications, including Google Play Store.

A member or developer from the XDA-Developers forum has taken the new device to it's extreme and also explains a brief description on his latest forum post, suggesting other users on rooting their new Nokia X's. The phone now seems to run the operating system's proprietary launcher, Google Now, alongside the Google Play Store.

Kashamalaga has also uploaded some photographs of the phone to give us some piece of evidence, including a short 25 seconds video footage. So in order to make your tweaked Nokia X phone run like any other Android handset and from the market with Google Services, you will have to root and flash 'Gapps' or 'Google Apps' on to your phone, than just 
downloading them from Nokia's new dedicated app store or sideloading applications to the smartphone's microSD card.


Source: XDA-Developers, Jesus Ramirez Ramos (YouTube)