How to Root Your Android Device!!
You’ve probably heard of people “rooting” their Android phones. If you’ve ever wondered how to do that yourself – or wondered why people would bother – you’re in luck. You can root your Android in just a few minutes.
After rooting your device, you have full access to the entire system and can run special types of apps that require root permissions. These apps can disable bloatware, control app permissions, enable tethering, and do lots of other cool things.
What is “Root,” Anyway?
Android is based on Linux. On Linux and other UNIX-like operating systems, the root user is equivalent to the Administrator user on Windows. The root user has access to the entire operating system and can do anything. By default, you don’t have root access to your Android device, and certain apps won’t function without root access.
With root access, you can disable the bloatware that comes with your phone, manually deny app permissions, run a firewall, access the entire file system, or tether your device, even if tethering functionality has been disabled. You’ll find many apps that require root access in the Google Play store (formerly known as the Android Market), although they won’t function until you root your device.
Rooting isn’t mandatory – you only need to root your device if you want to do things that require root access.
Before you root your Android phone or tablet, there are a few things you should be aware of:
Warranty – Some manufacturers assert that rooting voids your device’s warranty. However, rooting will not actually damage your hardware. You can “unroot” your device and manufacturers won’t be able to tell if it’s been rooted.
Security – Google Wallet, in particular, has a vulnerability on rooted devices that could allow other apps to access your PIN and other wallet information. Google Wallet displays a warning message if you run it on a rooted device. If you’re one of the few people using Google Wallet for NFC payments, you may want to reconsider rooting your device.
Bricking – 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. “Bricking” refers to breaking the device, making it about as useful as a brick. When you root, jailbreak, or install a custom ROM, or otherwise hack around, you do so at your own risk. It’s a good idea to do a little bit of research first and see if other people report success rooting your device.
Rooting With Vroot
vRoot is also known as Root Master. Its a Windows Application that helps you to root any android phone in a single click. Here, we are going to guide you how to use vRoot to root your Android Device.
How to use vRoot to root any Android Device
Step 1: Enable USB Debugging on your Android Smartphone. To enable USB debugging, Open Settings > Developers Option > USB Debugging > Tick to Enable.
(Developers Option is hidden for Android 4.2.2 or above, to unhide Go to Settings > About Phone > Built Number (Tap on it for 5-8 times).
Step 2: Download and install vRoot Application on your Windows Computer.
Step 3: Once vRoot Application is installed on your Computer, Open It.
Step 4: Once vRoot Application is launched, connect your Android device to the computer.
Step 5: Once Your Smartphone is connected successfully to the computer, vRoot will automatically detect your Smartphone.
Step 6: Now, Click on the “Root” button to begin the rooting process.
Step 7: Now, vRoot will automatically “Reboot” your Smartphone and install the SuperSU Application.
Step 8: Now your Android Device is Rooted. To check whether your phone is rooted correctly, open Applications Menu, there you will be able to see a new app installed, called SuperSU. If this app exist then it means you have successfully rooted your device.
Optional: You can also verify that your device is successfully rooted or not by Root Checker Application.
Points to remember:
[*] No data loss process: Your Android Phone Data like contacts, pictures, videos, music and etc will be not affected with this method.
[*] Warranty Void: Your Android Device Warranty may be Void after following the above tutorial.
[*] Credits: vRoot Application was created by Shenzhen (Developer).
[*] vRoot allows you to root more than 8000 android devices. In case you want to see the list of supported device then click here.
[*] If you have tried the above tool to root your Android device the please let us know if it works or not with your Device Model number.