How to root android phone or tablet- step by step Tutorial
There are many advantages of rooting
- You can run special applications for rooted phones
- Free some memory
- Improved performance and increased battery timing
- Custom themes and looks (ROMs)
- You can use lots of fun apps that to tweak you calling and messaging.
1. Before rooting, enable USB debugging on your Android phone.
2. Make sure at least 50% battery level in the root process.
Download and install the Android Root by clicking below and see how it works.
Step 1: Launch the Program after Installing
After installation, launch the root program and you will see the homepage below.
Step 2: Connect your Android Device and Install Driver Software
Connect your Android to the software via a USB cable. For the first time, it will take you some time to install driver software.
The program will ask you to disconnect your phone to finish installing drivers. Unplug your device as said and wait for the installation process. Then you will be informed to reconnect your Android.
After reconnecting, the program will detect your device successfully as below. Under your device name, the "Root Status" will present "No" if you haven't rooted your phone.
Note: Read the "Root Notifications" carefully to know all possible results before you perform a root on your Android device.
Step 3: One Click to Root your Phone
Now, you can click on "ROOT" to start rooting the Android phone. The whole process may take 3 to 5 minutes to finish. Keep your device connected all the time and don't touch your phone for any operation until it completes.
Step 4: Finish Rooting and Wit for Reboot
You will get the finish window when the program completes rooting your Android. Hit on "Finish" button so your device will reboot to be more stable. Also, don't disconnect the phone until it reboots. Check if there is "SuperSU icon" on the device, which means you have rooted the Android phone successfully.
Download and install the Android Root by clicking below free: