How To Root Android Phone With 5 Reasons Why
4. Make backups: Fiddling with the device may not always produce the best results. A full Android backup can save users the headache of losing their data after something went wrong.
5. Configure Restricted Settings: Do you want to enable fast charge in order to speed up the process of charging the device via USB? It can do that too. File managers such as Total Commander when paired with elevated privileges allow users to have access to various system files, allowing to modify the hosts file.
|Enable USB Debugging|
Step 3: Now go to that downloaded file and run SuperOneClick.exe.
Step 4: After Installation open it and click Root in SuperOneClick (see the screenshot).
|Click Root to Root Your Phone|
Step 5: Now wait, You may see warnings, but as long as it doesn’t hang on waiting for device, the process you can see on the screen should keep scrolling until it finally returns with the Success! message.
Step 6: Once finished, reboot the phone and you can see new SuperUser Icon in your installed apps. If you see it, then its confirmed your Android phone is rooted.
Note: Rooting is a guilty pleasure. The practice may start out innocently, but can void the phone’s warranty. Some manufacturers try to prevent users from running apps with elevated privileges.
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