Now before you go ahead, read this:
You need to understand that there are risks to rooting your android device. Rooting can be a cakewalk as there are tons of easy ways to root android devices now. I am about to show you some of the easiest ways.
Having to root your device can allow you to do things that make your device better. It can also allow you to do things that make your device run worse, or even break everything and leave you with junk that won’t ever do anything ever again. You may have heard or read that rooting your device will make your device run faster or better. Well, true to some extent but I’ll also say, that’s some enthusiastic statement. Rooting can’t make your device do anything by itself.
As someone aptly puts it, root is allowed to do things to make your Android run better, and do things that make your Android run worse. Therefore unless you are doubly sure, don’t root your device.
Now I won’t bore you no more (if it sounds like that). Let’s get to it.
Root with Kingo (Without PC)
Kingo App is one of the most easiest ways of rooting your device. It provides a universal one-click Android root solution for Android users. It is easy to use and saves the trouble to connect to PC via USB cable. However, Kingo has a list of devices in their database. If your device is not among the list, you need to seek other means to root it.
Follow the steps below to root your device:
- Launch the browser on your device. Go to http://root-apk.kingoapp.com
- Click on Secure Download
- The file should download on your device. (Note though that you need to allow download from “Unknown Sources” on your phone. Go to Settings – Security and check the box to allow installation of non-Market apps.
- Install the app on your device and launch.
- Once it detects your device, click on One Click Root to start the process.
- Wait until it completes and your device should be rooted.
Root With Framaroot (Without PC)
Framaroot is a free android app which can root almost every device in one click without any need of PC/Computer. Framaroot has its own complex exploits which vary from device to device according to its chipset model and android version.
Framaroot has been a very successful tool in rooting even the most complex and unknown android devices. However, as I always preach caution, find out if your device is among the supported devices list.
How can you use Framaroot? Simple.
- Download Framaroot v 1.9.3
- Install the app on your device and launch
- Now, there are two possibilities: it may show available exploit which means your device can be rooted or display an error message that your device seems not vulnerable to exploit included in Framaroot. (If you are getting this error, it means Framaroot will not work on your Android.
- If you are not getting the error message, chances are that Framaroot will root your android device.You will have three options:
- To root your device, click on Install SuperSU.
It will install SuperSUon your device which manages all Su permissions to different root apps.Once, you have selected this option and then there are following possibilities.
Success: Congratulations, your android phone is rooted successfully. Restart it now and Open SuperSU and click on Update Binaries (if you get any popup).
Failed: That exploit was unable to root your android device. Try any other exploit (if available).
If the app hangs or crashes, close the app and retry. However, if failure is consistent, try downloading lower versions of Framaroot.
Root with PC
There are many apps out there that you can use through your PC to root your device. Generally, I have found Kingo Root for PC to be very easy and reliable. Just like the app version, it offers a one click solution for common android devices.