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How to Get Samsung Rooted with Odin3 By Ivy Bruce

Note: You Should Know Before Rooting backup your Galaxy phone in advance is strongly recommended. There are some unexpected situations when you try to root Samsung Galaxy with Odin3 may result in a failure or even danger to your Android handsets, such as powering off because of low battery power, disconnection between Android device and PC during rooting as well as some mistaken operations. However, just take it easy. Your phone won't be bricked if you follow the process step by step with prudence. Install Custom Recovery on Android Recover Files from Samsung Stuck in Start Screen However, rooting will void the warranty of your Samsung phone. If your Android phone is newly bought or still enjoys a long-period warranty, think twice before your action. Preparation before Rooting Launch "Setting" Apps on your Samsung smartphone, and then head to "About device" as to check out the "Device name", "Model number", "Android version" and "Build number ". Go to Autoroot.Chainfire. In accordance with the information confirmed above, select and download the root packages. You will then be able to get Odin V3.1.0 and CF-Auto-Root-xxxxx.tar.md5 after extracting the zip file. Starting to Root Samsung Galaxy with Odin3 Step 1 Boot into Download Mode Power off you Samsung device in the very first place. Then, press and hold Power Key, Home Key and Volume Down Key at the same time for a while. When prompted as showed, press the Volume Up Key to continue the process and you will enter Download Mode. Step 2 Perform Odin3 and Connect Samsung Device to PC Launch Odin3, and connect your Samsung via USB cable to PC. Once you have connected your handset to the computer, Odin3 will automatically recognize the device and prompt "Added" in the lower-left panel. Now, click on the "AP/PDA" button and select the file extracted in advance. After that, click on the "Start" button to begin the rooting process. It will take a few seconds to finish rooting, and when it finished, the green "PASS" will inform you that the rooting process is finished. After that, you Samsung phone will reboot automatically. Step 3 Check out Root Status When your Samsung phone is on anew, there will be a SuperSu app showed on the screen which means you've succeeded in rooting. In addition, you can check out the root status by using Root Checker. Solutions for Failures to root What if it fails to get rooted on your Samsung phone, check out the solutions below. 1.Restart your PC and install Samsung USB Driver, and try to reconnect. 2.Reboot your Samsung phone. 3.Re-install and perform the latest version of Odin3. That's all about getting rooted on Samsung phones with Odin3. If you're interested, just give it a shot. Related Articles Backup Android and iOS Pictures/Videos with Google Photo How to Backup Android Photos to Dropbox & Google Photos How to Flash a Rom to Android Phone How to Retrieve Deleted WhatsApp Messages from Android iPhone WhatsApp Recovery: Restore WhatsApp from Backup

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How to Root Android in Recovery Mode By Ivy Bruce

You are certainly not unfamiliar with Android OS and Android smartphone, but for advanced users, much more functions and settings can be learnt here. Recovery Mode is what you should know, if you are trying to root your Android to customize and optimize the device as you like. People also read: Root Android with Effective App in One Click Guide to Replace Kinguser via SuperSU on Android Now, we provide detailed and complete introductions to you about Recovery mode and how to root Android in the recovery mode. Part 1: What Is Recovery Mode? Part 2: Differences Between Android System Recovery & Custom Recovery Part 3: How to Root Android in Recovery Mode Part 4: Solve Bricked Phone If It Fails to Root(Only for Samsung Phone) Part 1: What Is Recovery Mode? What is Recovery Mode? You may have known something about it somewhere else before. Here, we say it one of the Android system modes that you can enter to update or back up the system files with zipped ROM on the SD card. There are two kinds of recoveries on Android: Android's Stock Recovery and the Custom Recovery. Previous Recovery version offers you just three options, which don't allow you to back up the system, and you can only update the device through "update.zip" file. With new Recovery version, more options are provided for you to choose. So, now let's check the general options in the Recovery mode. 1. Update from .zip file on SD card.( Several choices of capacity are offered in "Partition SD Card". Select the one you want and press "Power" key to create partitions for your SD card. Better to back up your files before you do this) 2. Backup and Restore in Recovery Mode 3. Factory Reset Android. 4. Advanced and Debugging Menu ... Part 2: Differences Between Android System Recovery & Custom Recovery The default Recovery in Android - Android System Recovery, which carries with the Google's recovery environment, is also called Android's Stock Recovery. It helps users in recovering device(such as performing factory reset), flashing OTA update files and ROMs provided by the device's manufacturer. A Custom Recovery, which is different from the Android System Recovery, is a third-party recovery developed by third-party developers. For example, ClockworkMod (CWM) and Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP) are the two most popular recoveries. Generally, the Custom Recovery can do the same with the default but also gets the additional features. With it, it is possible to flash the third-party ROM, root your Android in Recovery mode, make backups and perform other tasks. Part 3: How to Root Android in Recovery Mode Before you start to root your Android smartphone in recovery mode, you need to pay attention to the following items for preparation: 1. Flash the Custom Recovery to Android phone. As it is said in part 1, the default Recovery from Google is pretty basic. So if you want to root your Android in recovery mode, you should firstly flash the Custom Recovery environment to replace the Android's Stock Recovery. 2. Full charge your device. Low battery power can be one of the most probably reasons that you would fail to root your phone successfully. 3. Back up Android files. To prevent data loss after the rooting process, please don’t forget to make a backup of your important data on mobile. 4. Download the root package. Please search for the suitable root package(a zip file) from Internet according to your device's model number. Now, you can continue to follow the steps below to begin to root Android in recovery mode. Step 1 Please enable the USB debugging on your Android device and then connect it to computer via the USB debugging(click here to see how to enable USB debugging). Step 2 Copy the root package file and paste it to the main directory of your SD card from your phone. Step 3 Unplug your device and turn it off. Pull out the battery and then place it back. Now you can hold certain buttons to enter Recovery Mode of your Android. Each phone may get different way to enter this mode. You can have a quick check on the Internet according to your phone. Step 4 Now, you are able to use "Volume Up" and "Volume Down" button to select the option in the recovery mode interface. Please choose "Install" option and press home button to confirm it. Step 5 Choose the root package(a zip file) from SD card and it would start to root your phone. Step 6 During the rooting process, your phone may restart automatically. All you need to do is to wait for the process to the end. After that, just select "reboot system now" and the press on the home button. Restart your device so you can complete the rooting finally. Part 4: Solve Bricked Phone If It Fails to Root(Only for Samsung Phone) If your Android cellphone has suddenly stuck into bricked phone when some code program has been cleared after you have rooted the device, it is practical to fix this case via Android Data Recovery which does not only let you recover lost files but also solve the problems of bricked devices. Step 1 Run Android Data Recovery Install this program on the computer and then double click to run it. The homepage will come out and there is an option named "Fix My Bricked Phone" allowing you to press. Step 2 Select Fault Type The following screen requires you to choose a fault type of the stuck interface. Step 3 Get the Device into Download Mode When you tick "Mobile phone black screen"/"Stuck in start screen"/"Other", the steps of entering download mode are presented to you on the screen and this way also can be searched on Google, which can be exited after a while. Note: The other two stuck cases can be chosen, also. Once you press them, you just need to connect to PC quickly and let the software make it back to normal status. Step 4 Connect Device to PC When you have connected the device to the computer, the program will recognize the models of the device and version of the Android. You are allowed to plug the cellphone or device into the computer at this step or at the step 1, which is up to you. Step 5 Recover Device until It Restarts The smart program will get your cellphone/tablet into analyzing and it will download a package to recover your bricked phone. After it is done, the device will restart and the screen would give you tips. It seems complex for some Android users. Don't worry, if you have any questions, you can email us or leave them in the comments. We are please to provide our help. 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How to Fix a Rooted Phone that won't Boot By Ivy Bruce

There are plenty of reasons to root your Android device . You can unlock hidden features and install "incompatible" apps or automate everything as you wish and much more. But rooting does come with some risks, one situation that most likely to happen after rooting is a fail attempt to start your phone. As an Android user myself, I know how frustrated to see you own device turn into a brick. Here are some useful tips I would like to share with you: 1) Put your phone into full charge. If you root you phone with not enough battery, the rooting process will be interrupted, hence emerge the "bricking" problem. Replace your phone battery and put it to full charge. However, if you phone screen is on and you just can't get it boot to the home screen, see the next tip. 2) Boot into recovery mode and Retrieve Files Back. The ways to enter Recovery Mode are vary depending on your particular device. It usually involves holding "Volume Up + Home + Power" simultaneously. After entering the Recovery Mode, navigate to "wipe cache partition" and select it. After that reboot the device by select "reboot system now" option. If this doesn't work, repeat the above step and this time also select "wipe data/factory reset". As you have entered the Recovery Mode/Download Mode and if you are using Samsung Galaxy S/Note/Tab, it is recommended that you should get back the contentes on device at first, which can be done by Android Data Recovery. You can connect the device to PC and run this program. At the same time, you are allowed to boot into recovery mode as the former said which is the same as the screen shows. Then, it will turn to the analyzing process and the scanned items can be seen after a while. At this step, please be patient to wait for the results. Therefore, you can get the files back to the PC. 3) Flash Custom ROM. If you still have a former working custom ROM zip-file on your device, or if you don't, in that case you have to try pushing a working ROM to your device via SD card or with ADB. See if you could reboot your phone after flash the working Custom ROM. But before all that, make sure you've done backup for you Android device before. 4) You last resort is to go to a local repair store and get professional help. I hope that I was able to offer you the best tip for your booting problem. There are many ways to get your Android device back to life. Please comment below if you have any questions! Related Articles How to Root your Android Phone Reasons Why you Fail to Root an Android Phone How to Remove Root from Android

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Reasons Why You Fail to Root an Android Phone By Ivy Bruce

For there are some limitations for you when you want to delete and install some apps from or to your Android phone, you have to root your Android first before you can do that. However, the progress to root your Android was somewhat complex till we have some third-party rooting tools which you can use them to root your phone with simple steps. Sometimes, you may fail to root your Android phone for some reasons. People also read: How to Flash a Rom on Android Check Root Status and Get Android Rooted Part 1: General Reasons Why You Fail to Root an Android Phone Part 2: Recommended Methods to Root Android with High Success Rate Part 1: General Reasons Why You Fail to Root an Android Phone These reasons are different and today, I will show you the most possible five of them. You can figure out which is the factors that cause the failing for you to root your phone. 1. The Version of the Rooting System Unmatches with the Phone Model There are different versions of rooting system which match different versions of the OS as well as phone models. if you didn't get the compatible version of root tool to your phone, it is more likely for you to fail rooting. 2. The Root Package Most Android devices support OTA or ICS upgrade, you can copy OTA and ICS to the SD card and upgrade them. You can root your Android by means of flashing your phone. 3. The Recovery Mode Some rooting tools require you to flash your phone under recovery mode, if you fail after trying for many times, you can enter the recovery mode before rooting. Press the "Volume -" and the "Power" button simultaneously for a while, you can enter the Recovery Mode. 4. The Phone Driver Many rooting tools work unless it is connected. You should install the phone driver before rooting. 5. The PC System Some rooting tools work when flashing the phone under Windows XP mode. For example, users of Win 7 or Win 8 need to set their PC to the "XP compatible mode". Part 2: Recommended Methods to Root Android with High Success Rate As there are a bundle of rooting apps in the market for Android, it is not an easy job to select the one that can help with your case. Here in this article, we would like to introduce two methods which can reach a high success rate in rooting. Option 1 Root Android with Android Root Program Android Root program is a pretty helpful software which supports the smartphones running Android 2.1.X or higher and most Android devices currently available on the market includes HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG and Sony. With just one single click on Android Root, you can root your Android device and have access to hundreds of new and exciting features. Most of the users are satisfied with it and it is quite popular among the rooting apps in the market. If you are frustrated by the failure of rooting, why not give it a shot? Option 2 Root Android in Recovery Mode In the final analysis the reason why you fail to root your phone is every tool is not specially designed for a single Android model. That is to say, when you need to root your smartphone, you would pick up one of the rooting tools which can meet many brands of Android, and thus can be sometimes incompatible. In this way, if you fail to root your Android either with your own tool or the option 1 we recommended above, you can try to root in Recovery mode. As you need to download a rooting package which is specially made for an Android model, you can hardly fail to root. Please check on here for more details for the guide. Above are 5 possible reasons for you to fail in rooting your phone. If you want to root your phone, backup your Android Phone to PC first. Otherwise, you will lose them forever. Related Articles How to Fix a Rooted Phone that won't Boot How to Root Android Phone How to Root Android in Recovery Mode

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How to Root Samsung Galaxy By Ivy Bruce

After long time of using Samsung Galaxy, the internal storage of it is filled up. You may want to delete the bloatware that you didn't really use. But these pre-install apps can't be moved away if you haven't rooted your Galaxy. Not difficult to root your Galaxy at all! Just keep on reading this tutorial to see how to root Samsung Galaxy to remove pre-install app on your Galaxy and get more space using Android Root. Android Root is designed for rooting Samsung Galaxy, it is not complex at all, and after rooting your Galaxy with the program, you can remove the pre-install apps, move applications to SD card, mute notifications of the apps, and so on. It is now supports various Android devices, you can download the program and connect your Samsung to check if it is supported by the software. Download and install the root program with the link below: Before you have your Samsung Galaxy rooted, check the below notes: 1. Enable USB debugging of your Galaxy or it can't be scanned. 2. Have more than 25% battery left. Or the Samsung might shut off while rooting because of running out of battery. 3. Back up your Samsung Galaxy in case data lost while rooting. Easy Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy Step 1 Back Up Galaxy Note 5 Before rooting your Galaxy Note 5, you will be recommended to back up your Samsung to avoid data lost while rooting. Step 2 Install Android Root and Connect Samsung Galaxy After backing up your Galaxy, launch Android Root on PC and go to "More Tools" at the left pane of the program. Connect your Samsung Galaxy to the computer and you will see the window below. Step 3 Check If Android Device Can be Rooted or Not Once you connect your Samsung device to computer, the program would check whether your phone has been rooted or not. You will see the following interface if it has been rooted. But if it has not been rooted, please continue the process. The program would detect your Samsung device model and you can see the screenshot as below if your phone model is supported. Step 4 Start Rooting Your Samsung Galaxy with Android Root Now you've come to the most important part, rooting. Just click "Root Now" and wait till the process ends. The program will automatically root your Samsung. The process bar will show you how far the program goes. Just keep your USB cable well connected to the computer. That's it, if you see the process bar filled, it means you finished rooting your Samsung. It is easy, isn't it? It is now supports multiple phone brands, including Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG, and so on. If you are not sure whether your device is supported by the software, you can just download and connect to have your Galaxy scanned. The program will told you whether your device is supported. Related Articles How to Root HTC One How to Remove Root from Android How to Backup & Restore your Android on Computer

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How to Root HTC One By Ivy Bruce

I believe that you will find that the HTC One battery is easily drained. That’s because your Android HTC automatically runs the apps as you reboot your HTC One or Desire. And they will runs on the background without noticing you. What you can do is to root your HTC and get the highest privilege to stop applications on your One or Desire from automatically launching. One excellent tool to Root your HTC will be Android Root. Android Root is an easy-to-use root tool that allows not only HTC users, but also Samsung, Sony etc. Android users to have their smartphones rooted with simple clicks. What you need with you before the root process are: a computer, a USB cable, a HTC One, and of course, Android Root installed on your PC. Download and install the root program with the link below: Below are the detailed steps to have your HTC One rooted. Before the process, you’d better read the below notes: 1. Enable USB debugging of your Android otherwise your device can’t be scanned. 2. Be sure that your HTC is more than 25% battery left. If your Android device runs out of battery, it will be shut off and the data may get lost. 3. In case data lost if the rooting fails, I will recommend you to back up your HTC One first. How to Root Your HTC One Step 1 Back Up your HTC One Before rooting your HTC, you'd better back up your Android phone before the process. Otherwise the data will get lost if the process fails on the half way. Step 2 Install Android Root and Connect HTC One After backing up your HTC data, launch Android Root on your computer and choose "More Tools" at the left pane of the program. Then, you will see the interface as below. Connect your HTC One to the computer and it would start to check the root status. Step 3 Check Phone Model Then the program would detect your phone model automatically, please wait for a moment. Step 4 Start Rooting your HTC with Android Root After the all the process above, you’ve come to the last but the most important ones. Just click "Root Now" and you can have a rest or serve yourself with a cup of coffee. The program will automatically root your HTC. You just need to make sure that HTC is well connected to the computer. The root process may sometimes last a long time. It depends. Just wait patiently until the root process finished. With the 3 simple steps above, you can not only have your HTC One and HTC Desire rooted, but also root Sony Xperia and Samsung Galaxy S4, and so forth. If you are not very sure if this Android Root supports your phone device. You can also download it and connect your Android to the computer. And the program will tell you whether your Android is supported after the scan. Related Articles How to Root Sony Xperia How to Root Android in Recovery Mode How to Remove Root from Android

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How to Root Sony Xperia By Ivy Bruce

"Every time when I click download and install some apps on my Sony Xperia ZL, I will be informed that there is no sufficient room for new apps installation. Then, I buy a new 8GB SD card and insert it to the phone. But, I still can't move the apps to the SD card. How can I enlarge the phone memory?" If you have used Android phones for years, you may find that various preinstalled bloatware, which are not able to be uninstalled manually and automatically run in the background, store in the phone. Not only do the bloatware occupy the phone memory, slow down the system, but also drain the battery. To clean up those annoying and unnecessary bloatware, release the phone memory as well as to expand the storage with SD card, you can turn to Android Root software. Android Root enables you to safely root and reset your Sony Xperia ZL so that you can eliminate unwanted bloatware and take full control of your handset. Below are three steps showing you how to root Sony Xperia with Android Root. Note: 1. Make sure your Sony Xperia is powered on and the battery with at least 25% capacity. 2. Enable the USB debugging from the Setting Menu on your phone. How to Root Sony Xperia with Android Root Step 1 Back Up Important Data Before rooting your Sony Xperia, you'd better back up data stored on your handset like contacts, messages, videos, pictures and more beforehand. In case something wrong happens during the root process causing data loss. Here is a tutorial on How to Back Up Android Data you can refer to. Step 2 Connect Sony Xperia to PC After backing up phone data, run Android Root software and click "More Tools" and then you will enter the interface as below. Plug the handset in PC via USB cable and the software will start to detect the plug-in mobile phone as soon as it is successfully connected. Then it would check your device if it is rooted or not. You can continue to root if it has not. Step 3 Detect Android Device Model After that, the program would detect your Android phone model automatically. Most of the Android model could be supported and you can download the trial version to have a try if you have no idea whether your device can fit the program or not. Step 4 Start Rooting Your Device Please hit the "Root Now" blue botton and start rooting your Sony Xperia. The root process will last for few minutes. After rooting, you need to restart the phone and you can take full advantage of the rooted device at your will. To root Sony Xperia mobile phones with Android Root software is totally in your control and very secure. Just download the software and root your Android devices Right Now! Related Articles How to Root Sony Xperia How to Root Android in Recovery Mode How to Remove Root from Android

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How to Remove Root from Android By Ivy Bruce

"Help! How to remove root from my Samsung Galaxy S3? Superuser is super frustrating. It keeps everything I install even after I uninstall it. All things that have been through my phone get saved and my memory is very low now. I want to get rid of everything and just reboot the phone to original!" We have talked about how to root your Android phone in previous passages before. But the risk is that rooting may bring some unexpected changes to your Android system or just make your phone unstable. You want to remove the root from the device now? Well, now we will introduce you how to make it in a clean and simple way. Kingo Root is the professional program you can use, which can both help you perform a root on the Android device and remove a root from your phone. Its one-click-root feature provides much convenience to all Android users who want to root or unroot their devices. Actually, in this case, you just need to connect your phone and click to remove root with this powerful application. No harm and no risk at all. Check the details about how to remove root from your Android phone now. The program is free to all and you can download here: Note: 1. Back up your Android data in case of any accidents in the process. 2. Enable your Android Debugging before removing the root. 3. Make sure your phone is near 50% battery level. How to Remove Root from your Android Use the link above to download Android Root and install it on your computer. Then let's start the unroot process: Step 1: Launch Android Root and Plug in your Android Launch the root program after installing. The main window is shown below. Plug in your Android with an original USB cable now. Step 2: Disconnect your Device and Install Driver (Optional) If this is your first time to use Android Root, you'll need to disconnect the device to finish installing driver software before moving on. Step 3: Allow USB Debugging to Build Connection After driver installation, you will be asked to enable USB debugging on your Android phone. Tap “OK” on your Android smartphone to build the connection with Kingo Root. Step 4: Remove Root with One Click When Android phone is detected and connected, its model will be shown and a "Yes" will be in "Root Status". Check the "Remove Root Notifications" carefully and know the possible results. When you are ready, click "Remove Root" in the bottom line to begin unroot process. Keep your device connected the whole time and don't use your phone in the process. Note: The remove root process may not work on your device all the time. Step 5: Tap "Finish" to Reroot your Android After a few minutes, you will get your Android phone unrooted as before. Click "Finish" to reboot your phone. Here it is done. This is how to remove root from your Android device. If you are not sure whether it is unrooted, you can connect the phone to the program and check the root status. Also, if you want to root it again, check the root guides with Android Root here. Related Articles How to Flash a Rom on Android How to Root Samsung Galaxy Some Notes of Flashing Rom on Android Phone

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How to Root your Android Phone By Ivy Bruce

Sometimes Android users root their Android to keep their device from draining easily. Here's one of those issues. "My battery drains quickly and I have to charge my phone a lot, usually once or twice a day. And when I have a business trip, I have to worry that my Android runs out of battery and I will miss some important call. I searched the Internet and they said that I should stop the apps in my Android from running automatically." As you need to stop the apps from running automatically when you reboot your smart phone, you have to flash it and get the superuser privilege. Android Root is recommended, which is a simple-to-use root tool. Android Root helps Android users have their Android rooted before they have access to flash to other OS and optimizing their battery, internal storage, and so on. As we all know, you should take risk to have Android rooted because it may turn brick if not operate appropriate, and once you root your phone, it means you give up the warranty of your phone. But Android Root is rather capable rooting tool that the success rate of rooting will be higher. And what's more, the steps are easy to operate, too. Free download this powerful root app and try to root your Android now: Here are something you should know before rooting: 1. Better back up your Android before the process. (In case process fails and data lost) 2. Make sure your Android has more than 25% battery left.(In case Android shut off because of battery run-out while rooting) 3. Enable USB debugging (Otherwise your device can't be detected and process doesn't move on) 4. Once you root your phone, you can't benefit from the warranty policy. (So think twice before rooting) How to Get Root Access to Your Android Phone After downloading Android Root by clicking the button above, you can start from the step 1. Step 1 Back Up Your Android If you don't want to take risk of losing data while rooting, you'd better back up your Android first. There are many official backup tools you can choose according to your phone brand, such as Samsung Kies, HTC Sync Manager, Sony PC Companion, Motorola Migrate, and so on. If you want an easier one, Phone Transfer will be a good choice. No matter you choose which backup tool, you can back up your Android to keep your files save. Step 2 Connect Android Phone to PC After installing Android Root on your Android, you will be asked to connect your Android to the computer. And this interface will be what you get: After your Android smart phone detected successfully, the program will start indentifying your device as the below interface shows to check if your device has been rooted or not. Step 3 Detect Android Device If your device never been rooted, it would start to detect it and check if the phone model is supported or not. Only if it can be supported, you can continue the process. Step 4 Root Your Android Smart Phone Here's the last but important step – rooting. You just need to simply click "Root Now" to have your Android phone rooted. The rooting process may take you some time, just wait for it patiently and when the the process is done, it will display the message telling you the rooting process is finished. And that's it. After successfully root your Android with Android Root, you are allowed to mute notifications of Android apps, remove bloatware, move applications to SD card and prolong the battery lifespan of your Android. By the way, Android Root allows you to root your Sony Xperia, Samsung and even root your HTC One, etc. It is a nice tool for most phone brand. If you are not sure whether your devices are supported, you can download it and connect your device first. You will get a note that your device is not supported after the connections. Related Articles How to Root Samsung Galaxy Reasons Why you Fail to Root an Android Phone How to Fix a Rooted Phone that won't Boot

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The Fast Way to Root Google Nexus By Ivy Bruce

It is known that rooting a device can gain root access to your device and you can modify the device's software on the very deepest level. But you also do know that it gets some limits like warranty voided or your phone turns into a brick once it fail to root. So Selecting to root or not to root is a question for you. In general, the benefits outweigh the drawbacks, especially with the method I recommend below, which can help you to root your Android like Google Nexus in a time-saving and easy way with a low failure rate. Please continue to read. Part 1. The Fast Way to Root Google Nexus Part 2. Some Questions You May Ask about Rooting Part 1. The Fast Way to Root Google Nexus First of all, please download and install Android Root on your computer by clicking the download button below. Step 1 Launch the Program and Connect Nexus to PC After you download and install the program on your computer, please launch it. Then go to "Root" on the main interface and plug your device into PC with the USB cable that is matched. Of cause you need to enable the USB debugging on your phone or it would fail to detect by the program. Step 2 Check If Your Phone Model Can be Supported or Not Before the program detect phone model, it would check if your Nexus has been rooted or not. If it hasn’t, you can see the interface as below. After that, it would begin to detect your phone model and check if it can be support or not. Step 3 Ready to Root your Android Phone Please click "Root Now" button on the interface to begin rooting process. Once you can see the screenshot as below, it means that your Android has been rooted. Part 2. Some Questions You May Ask about Rooting Question One: What are the benefits of rooting? 1. When you root your Android, it allows you to flash a custom ROM, or you can say a custom version of Android. With it on your device, it changes the way to use your phone overwhelmingly as you are able to add some handy or really unique features, and change your operating system totally. 2. Besides, it can also boost device’s speed and battery life. Actually, it relates to the kernel, which could help your Apps to access the hardware of your phone. If you root your device, you are able to flash a custom Kernel on your device with a better battery life, faster battery charging and so on. 3. Once your device are rooted, you are able to get more Apps or just delete the ones that already settle in your phone by carriers or manufacturers. It means that you can modify the device's software on the very deepest level. 4. Other benefits like block Ads from the Apps, update the latest OS and so on would make you enjoy your own device. Question Two: Does Android Root void warranty? If you root your Android, the warranty would turn to void. It is because the carriers or manufacturers who provide your device would not want you to access the system in depth and so “lock” it. If you root it, maybe you could enjoy all the benefits that comes with it, but it is unfortunately you lose the right of the warranty from your manufacture, even the damage of your phone are in the warranty conditions normal parts. Question Three: Is there any other software that can root my Android? Besides the Android Root we recommend above, there are other methods to root your Android phone. You can root your Samsung or Google Nexus, for example, with installing Odin software on your PC. Or you can just download and install some rooting Apps like KingRoot or Framaroot on your Android and root your phone with them. However, it may take you some time and part of the process may be a little complex to operate. But with the Android root, you can get rid of the limits and root your Android in a high success rate with several simple steps. Anyway, choose what program to root your Android is up to you. If you have any questions, please drop us a comment. Related Articles How to Root Samsung Galaxy How to Root Sony Xperia Reasons Why you Fail to Root an Android Phone

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How to Root LG G5/G4 By Ivy Bruce

To start with, let us find out what are the advantages of rooting LG G5/G4: ACCESS MORE APPS Install apps normally restricted by your carrier! Enjoy thousands of restricted apps from the Play Store and other sources. INSTALL CUSTOM ROM'S Install Custom ROMs! You can even install the latest version of Android before everyone else. ACCESS BLOCKED FEATURES Get access to features like, slow motion video, PhotoSphere, and NFC mobile payments as soon as they are released. FASTER PERFORMANCE Speed up your Android device by removing unnecessary bloatware. Easily increase available RAM and CPU. To gain benefits as below, we recommend you to use Android Data Recovery to root your device. Android Data Recovery is a reliable program that allows you to root your LG G5/G4 safely. It can check status of your device and get your device rooted with simple steps. Just get prepared and take steps we offer to root your LG device. Make Sufficient Preparation Before Rooting Enable a backup of your LG G5/G4. Make sure your phone battery is no less than 20%. Prepare a USB cable which came with your LG G5/G4. Download and install Android Data Recovery on your computer. Take Easy Steps to Root LG G5/G4 Step 1 Plug LG G5/G4 to Your Computer Open Android Data Recovery on your computer and click "Root" in the main interface. Connect your LG phone to the computer with a USB cable. During the process, close other Android phone management software and make sure the USB debugging in your Android is enabled: 1) For Android 5.0 or later/Android 4.2 to 4.4.4: Enter "Settings" > "About Phone" > Tap "Build number" for several times until "You are now a developer"/"You are under developer mode" appears > "Settings" > "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging". 2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" > "Developer options" > Tick "USB debugging". 3) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Go to "Settings" > "Applications" > "Development" > Tick "USB debugging". Step 2 Check Root Status of LG When your LG is connected, Android Data Recovery will check the root status of your device. This can take some time. Just wait with patient. Step 3 Start Rooting Android If your phone has been rooted, the program will say “LG has been rooted". If not, you will see the interface as below. The program will detect your phone to find a proper solution before rooting. Please read the software agreement and click the “Start" button to continue. Step 4 Check If LG is Supported or Not In this step, the program will check whether your LG G5/G4 is supported or not. Please do not unplug your device during the detection. And note that the phone will restart sometimes when detecting. It will take some time to detect your LG phone's brand, model and build number. Please wait patiently. Step 5 Root LG Phone If your LG G5/G4 is not supported by the recovery program, the window as below will appears. If you need to root your device urgently, just submit your LG phone information in details. We will give feedback as soon as possible. If your LG G5/G4 is supported, click the “Root Now" button. The program will safely root your LG phone. When your phone is rooted completely, you can unplug the phone and eject it from the computer. After finishing the above mentioned steps, you can enjoy playing with your rooted Android heartily! Related Articles How to Root Sony Xperia How to Root Android in Recovery Mode How to Remove Root from Android

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The Most Popular Tools to Root Your Android By Ivy Bruce

To some of the Android users, getting the Android mobile phone rooted is sometimes necessary. With the rooted phone, we can remove the system Apps, customize the appearance, make change in the system files, or install the ROMs, which can make it much faster. But some users may try to root their device with little knowledge and have no idea how to do. If you want to root your Android phone, here I will introduce some helpful rooting Apps for you. The Most Popular Tools to Root Your Android KingRoot can root your Android phone with one-click, which means its procedure to root your device is very simple. First, you need to download and install the KingRoot App to your device. And then please launch it. Just tap "Try it > get now" to start the rooting process. Android phones that have an operating system between Android 4.2.2 and Android 5.1 are supported. KingoRoot aims to help Android users to root their device and it is no necessary to connect to computer. All you need to do is to tap the root button. Of course, if your device is already rooted, it can be also detected. And you can unroot your device in several simple steps. KingoRoot works on almost all the phone models that use any version of Android between 1.5 and 5.0. Just like KingRoot and KingoRoot above, iRoot can also root your Android phone in a very simple way without any technical skills. It covers nearly all Android brand including Samsung, Google, Sony, HTC, and others with Android 2.3 to 5.0. If your device has been rooted, you can also have "Unroot" option to remove root with this kind of App. One-Click Root, just like its name, the rooting process is pretty safe, easy, and fast. If you want to root your phone with One-Click Root, you need to download and install the program on your computer. Then connect your device to PC via the USB cable. At that time, you need to enable the USB debugging on your device. After that, just follow the guide on the program to root your Android phone. Framaroot can root many different Android devices like Samsung, LG, ZTE, and HUAWEI without PC. This App has many versions, and you can choose the one that fit your device most. And you can unroot your device with the newer versions of Framaroot. Although you get many different kinds of methods to root our Android device, but if you want to get rid of the limits that the other rooting Apps has, Android Root seems to be a good choice. For example, it is very simple to root the device but the Android version above 5.1 is not supported with KingoRoot. Android Root offers a safe and secured root solution for Android device. You can download it on your PC and have a try. Now I want to show you're the details about the advantages and disadvantages of the six common rooting tools. Supported Phone Brand Supported Android Version Root without PC Check root status KingRoot Some types of device (but not Moto G, OnePlus 2) Version between Android 4.2.2 and Android 5.1 Yes No KingoRoot Doesn't work with all type devices Any version of Android between 1.5 and 5.0 Yes No iRoot Almost All Android devices Version of Android 2.3 to 5.0 Yes No One-Click Root Most of the Android brands(but not HTC ) Android versions up to 4.0.3 No No Framaroot Most of the Android brands Version of Android 2.3 to 4.2.2 Yes No Android Root Almost All Android devices Android 2.1.X or higher No Yes You can choose the rooting tool that fit you most. But Here I recommend Android Root because it supports almost all the android device and Android version. Anyway, it is up to you! Any questions please drop us a comment. Related Articles How to Root Samsung Galaxy How to Root Sony Xperia Reasons Why you Fail to Root an Android Phone

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How to Make Sure Your Android is Rooted or Not By Ivy Bruce

There are some situations that we have no idea whether our devices are rooted or not. For instance, I get a HTC M10 from others. It doesn't work well recently and I want to return it to factory service. But I don't know if it is rooted or not. We all know that the factory service with rooted phone would not be supported. So how can I check the rooting status on your device? Now I want to introduce you two methods to make sure your Android phone is rooted or not, which is effective and very convenient. Please continue to read. Part 1: Make Sure Your Android is Rooted or Not with RootChecker Part 2: Make Sure Your Android is Rooted or Not with Android Root Part 1: Make Sure Your Android is Rooted or Not with RootChecker RootChecker aims to provide a very simple way for the Android users to confirm the root access on their device. What’s more, it allows users to get more details about the rooting knowledge. It is pretty simple to check the result. 1. Download the App on your Android device. 2. Launch it. 3. Then the App could detect your phone and check if it is rooted or not. If you have rooted already, you get a message with this word: "Rooted". But if it is not, you will get a red message on the home page. This app can not root your device and it does't modify any system files. As you can see above, the only purpose of the Rootcheck is to check whether or not a device has been rooted. But it does could provide lots of information of you device and the knowledge of rooting. You can go and check it out. Part 2: Make Sure Your Android is Rooted or Not with Android Root With Android Root, you can check the device is rooted or not with several "click". Please download the program and have a try! Step 1 Launch the Program After the download completes, please install it and then launch it on your computer. On the interface, you need to click "Root". Step 2 Plug Device into PC After that, please connect your phone to computer with the USB cable that is matched. Then go to your Android device and enable the USB debugging. Step 3 Check if Your Device Is Rooted or NOT Once your mobile phone is connected, the program would start to check the device root status. If your device has been rooted, you can see the following screenshot. Otherwise, it would be shown as the interface as below. And you can start to root your Android phone by clicking "Start". Both Android Root and RootChecker can check whether the Android device is rooted or not in a very simple way. But with Android Root, you can do more than that. If the program detects that your smartphone has not been rooted yet, you can continue the process by clicking the “Start” button to root your device. However, with Rootchecker, you need to download other rooting Apps like KingRoot, iRoot, Framaroot when you need to root your mobile phone. So please choose the method that fit your situation most. Any questions please contact us! Related Articles How to Root Samsung Galaxy How to Root Sony Xperia Reasons Why you Fail to Root an Android Phone

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Guide to Replace Kinguser via SuperSU on Android By Ivy Bruce

Actually, once you root your Android phone, the apps that need root privileges would ask for the permissions. And you need to grant or deny it for your choice. It is very annoying as every app would ask for permission every time. For the advanced Android users, it is not enough just to get their device rooted. It is necessary for you to have an App to manage the root access. This kind of App could be Kinguser and SuperSU. With SuperSU or Kinguser, it can optimize function to increase the phone speed and uninstall unwanted system apps that takes more space in the internal memory. What’s more, it allows for advanced management of Superuser access rights for all the apps on your device. It can keep track of the Apps that you have granted the permissions before. In this way, those Apps would not keep asking anymore. SuperSU is very popular among Android users because of its great reputation and its feature that can be compatible with almost all the Apps in Android. Kinguser, however, can not be so trusted by some of the Android users. They would want to get rid of it and turn to SuperSU instead. Now I want to talk about how to replace Kinguser to SuperSU on Android device. Guide to Replace Kinguser via SuperSU on Android Now, I want to recommend you a very easy way to replace the Kinguser with SuperSU on your Android device. You can just try it at first. 1. Download SuperSU and grant the permission as SuperUser. 2. Uninstall KingRoot on your Android device. 3. Update SuperUser Binary and reboot the device. Though this method is very simple and just like the way we replace the App with the one which has the same function, it does't always work because when you try to install the SuperSU, it would ask you to update su binary, which fails to work a lot. At this time, you need the custom Recovery for flash Supersu zip. However, it would not available either as the development level in Android device is low.In this situation, you can still try the other method below. 1. Download and Install Terminal Emulator for Android as well as the Compressed Archive Files Replace_Kinguser_with_SuperSU-v2.4.zip and unzip the file. 2. Extract the Replace_Kinguser_with_SuperSU file and send the extracted folder MRW to outermost directory in the internal storage on your device. 3. Open Terminal emulator and type the command "SU" on the Terminal Emulator for Android. Then please grant the permission in the message box so that you can move on the process. 4. After that, you need to enter the command "sh /sdcard/mrw/root.sh". 5. It might display some error, but just ignore it and the SuperSu App will launch automatically. If it doesn't, you can open it manually. 6. Update SU binary normal, and then reboot your device. The job is done! If you have any questions about it, please kindly drop us a comment! Related Articles How to Root Samsung Galaxy How to Root Sony Xperia Reasons Why you Fail to Root an Android Phone

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How to Check Root Status and Get Android Rooted By Ivy Bruce

Getting your Android phone rooted is the only way for you to grasp full control of the device. With a rooted device, you can install "incompatible" third-party apps, replace custom theme and icons with the ones you like, uninstall useless bloatware to speed up the phone and more. Nevertheless, daunted by all the articles about the risks of rooting, many users hesitate and take rooting as something exclusive to the tech-savvy. Actually, any regular users are capable of safely getting their Android phone rooted so long as they get the right rooting program. Android Root is the right program for any users. The program is user-friendly, enabling you to root Android phone in simple steps. More importantly, the program is powerful, covering all you need to safely root your Android phone: you can back up your phone before rooting to avoid any possible data loss; make sure your phone is unrooted by checking its root status; get the phone rooted in a few clicks. Now download the program on your PC and give it a shot. Besides getting the right tool Android Root, you should also pay attention to the following tips before rooting your phone: 1. Enable USB debugging on your phone so that the program can detect the phone. 2. Make sure that the phone has at least 25% battery left. 3.Make a backup of your phone with Android Root in case that the rooting may fail and cause data loss. Steps to Check Root Status and Get Android Rooted If you have rooted your phone or are not sure whether the phone is rooted or not, Android Root can give you the answer. Step 1 Connect Android phone to PC After having Android Root installed on your PC, open the program and navigate to "More Tools" > "Android Root". Then connect your phone to PC using USB cable. Step 2 Check Root Status As soon as the phone is connected, the program will begin to check the root status of your phone. If the phone is rooted, you'll see "XX(the phone name) has been rooted". If your device is not rooted, there'll be a "Start" button for you to begin rooting your phone. Click the button if you would like to root your device. Step 3 Detect Your Android Phone The program will start to detect your phone and find the proper rooting solution. The phone may restart in the detecting process, so don't worry if it does. Just keep the phone connected to PC and wait till you see "XX(the phone name) is ready". Step 4 Get Your Android Phone Rooted Click "Root Now" to enable Android Root to root your phone. There'll be a message popping up on your phone asking whether you would like to root the phone. Tap on "Confirm" to continue. The rooting process is usually finished in a few minutes. Some models might take longer time. Just wait patiently until you see the following page. Congratulation! You have successfully rooted your Android phone. Now you can explore more possibilities about the phone and customize the phone to fit your personal needs. Related Articles How to Root Samsung Galaxy How to Root Sony Xperia Reasons Why you Fail to Root an Android Phone

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