What Is Rooting
What Is Rooting

What is Rooting? ⇓

Are you unsure about Root? Scared it might cause irreversible damage to your device? Well, all your questions is answered in this detailed analysis. Rooting is one of the best things about the Android operating system (OS). Let us show you how easy it is, probably  in a way that won’t make you feel technically challenged.

Let’s get the concept straight first. Root is like getting supreme rights to your device so that some real changes can be made to your Android device. In a way, it can be compared with Jailbreaking the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Apple TV. However, through Root you’re given the freedom to make drastic changes to your device. You can use third party applications, alter system files, install apps directly to the SD card, use different Android versions, improve performance, enable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth tethering and so much more.

You can also choose different calendars, clocks, maps, themes, boot images, lock screens, and completely change the interface of your device. Imagine running a theme that mimics Windows 8, or iOS. as a result after rooting we can customize our device in whatever way we think of.

What is Root?

Some Android devices have problems with installing applications, this is because their internal memory is way too low. Probably Root can solve this issue by downloading and installing apps using your SD card’s memory only.

Some devices even restrict Wi-Fi and Bluetooth tethering. This option can be enabled easily once a device has gone through the Rooting procedure. Some custom ROMs give the option to flash different Android versions on devices as well.

Some custom ROMs make the device a lot smoother and faster as well, because that custom ROMs does’t have any useless apps, its just have the very basic apps so you’re free to choose the desired apps and Most ROMs also offer overclocking options to increase the speed of your device. there for Rooting brings about a list of endless possibilities. Do it at Your Own Risk.!!

How To Root?

there are many android apps and pc software available for rooting your android device. but we will discuss here only best of them. so let’s go to ride of rooting your device.

Here we will discuss both methods of rooting. which are
  1. Root your Device Using PC
  2. Root your Device Without PC
Method 1: Root your Device Using PC:
Requirments:
  • Android Device
  • PC With Windows OS Installed
  • at least 50% battery charged
  • working internet connection(wifi connection recommended)
  • Allow installation from unknown sources.
    • Settings > Security > Unknown Sources
Downloads:

Download Any Of the Above PC Software of Rooting. and Go Through Steps To Root Your Device Using PC.

Step 1: Download and install any of the software given in download section. (in My case its Kingoroot)

Step 2:  Double click on icon of Kingo Root and launch it. After launching Kingo Root, you will Get UI shown in below screenshot. kingoroot

Step 3: Plug your device with your PC using USB cable. If your Android USB driver is not installed on your PC, Kingo Android ROOT will install it automatically. But Make sure your Internet conenction is Working so that device driver can be downloaded.kingoroot-installing-driver

Step 4: Enable USB Debuggingon your device. to do so In Android 4.2 and higher versions, the Developer menu and USB Debugging have been hidden. In former 4.X versions of Android, USB Debugging option is under Developer menu.usb-debugging

  • First, enable “Developer Options Menu”
    • Click Menu button to enter into App Menu.
    • Go to “Settings”.
    • Scroll down to the end and select “About phone” or “About tablet”,
    • Scroll down to the end of the “About phone” and select the “Build Number” field.
    • Tap the Build number field 7 times to enable Developer Options Menu. Tap a few times and you’ll see a  “You are now 3 steps away from being a developer.”
    • When you done, you’ll see message “You are now a developer!”.
    • Tap Back button and you’ll see the Developer options under System on your Settings.
  • Now, you can enable USB Debugging mode.
    • Go to Settings>Developer Options Menu>USB Debugging. Tap the USB Debugging checkbox.
    • check your device screen if any prompt windows appears. select “always allow this from this computer”

kingoroot-allow-usb-debugging

Step 5: On Next Screen Select Root to Root Your Android Device ! Wait For 2-3 minutes for Rooting Process to be Done. it may reboot servel times. [DO NOT touch your device till 100% done]kingoroot-device-rooting

Step 6: check your device root status by any root checking app. You will find app named”SuperUser” in your device.
kingoroot-root-succeed

Method 2: Root your Device Without PC:
Requirments:
  • Android Device
  • at least 50% battery charged
  • working internet connection(wifi connection recommended)
  • Allow installation from unknown sources.
    • Settings > Security > Unknown Sources
Downloads:

Download Any Of the Above App of Rooting and Go Through Steps To Root Your Device Without PC.

Step 1: Download and install any of the App given in download section. (My case its Kingoroot Android App)

Step 2: Open “Kingo ROOT” android app and Click “One Click Root” to start the rooting process.kingoroot-apk-main-interface

Step 3: Wait for a few seconds till the rooting screen appear.Rooting Process

Step 4: Done, if Root Succeeded You will Find “Super Su App” in Your Device And if fails try rooting again or try another app.kingoroot-apk-root-succeed

IF You Still Have Any Question. Feel Free to Comment Below. We Try Our Best To Solve Your Problems.

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