Hello, welcome to the second part of HOW TO ROOT YOUR ANDROID DEVICE?
Here we directly explain the possible way outs to root your device.
We recommend that you see our first part of this post, where we discussed the advantages as well as disadvantages of rooting device, it will help you to take the final decision whether to root or not. Remember, its not a child’s play.
Android Apps to directly root your device:
Well, the easiest approach to root any device is to use android apps that successfully roots various devices.
Its easy and fast and doesnt need much configurations. Well, not every app can root every single device, but you should try these out.
Below we mention few apps that can be handy to directly root your device.
Try them out, chances are there that it will root your device in one click. If one fails, try the other. All the links are official links, so you wont be misguided or end up with downloading malwares.
1. Kingo: http://www.kingoapp.com/
Its the first option you should try. Go here and download KingoApp, it will try to root your device in 1 click.
2. 1clickroot: http://1clickroot.com/
This app needs PC to run, you need to connect your phone to your PC via USB cable to root it.
3. SRS 1clickroot: http://www.srsroot.com/
This is the another option that I can suggest. Go here and download the app.
4. Superoneclick: http://superoneclick.us/
The option you should try if the others dont work . Needs PC.
5. Framaroot: http://framaroot.net/
This doesnt need windows, works on android directly, surely you should try this app.
6. Towelroot: http://towelroot.org/
This is another software, try this if the above doesnt works.
7. CF Auto Root:
This app is made by the popular developers Chainfire, and it hopefully supports lots of devices. Try it out.
These are the top apps/softwares to try out so that you can root your device, lets hope for the best.
But even if your device fails to root using any of the above mentioned apps, then you should try searching manually on web, 99% chances are there that you will find a way out to root your device.
Search “HOW TO ROOT <your device name>” and you will surely find some way outs discussed in various websites.
Take help from Google. Hope this article helps you.I am sure you will be benefitted through it.
Well, I think I should mention another point here, that you should, at least for these stuffs, try to grasp the entire stuff before attempting these and follow the steps blindly. This will ensure that you can approach developers if you encounter any problem.
Thanks for reading this article. Stay connected!