Saturday, 13 July 2013

How to root your Android Device


Rooting is a safe process but you should keep these things in mind before rooting your device:
  • Rooting your device may void your device's warranty.
  • Rooting your device may cause security issues. For example Google wallet has a vulnerability on rooted devices that could allow other apps to access your PIN and other wallet information.
  • Rooting a device is a very safe process. However, there’s always some danger of “bricking” a device when you go outside the normal parameters and hack around with it — particularly if you’re trying to root a device or operating system version not supported by a tool. 

Done with the warnings? Follow this simple tutorial to learn how to Root your Android Device.

How to Root your Android Device:

Follow these simple steps to Root your Android Device:

  1. Make sure Java is installed on your PC.
  2. Download and install Java JDK and Android SDK on your PC.
  3. Enable USB Debugging on your device. See here How to enable USB Debugging on your Device
  4. Connect your Android device to your PC using USB data cable. Do not mount the SD card, just connect it.
  5. Download SuperOneClick here and install it to your PC.

  6. Click the Root button in the SuperOneClick window and SuperOneClick would do the rest.

  7. The process will take a few minutes. If you run into a problem, you might want to check the XDA Developers forum for your device, which we mentioned above, or run a Google search.

  8. Restart your Android after rooting it.

That's it. Your Android device is now rooted.


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