With root access, you can get around any restrictions that your manufacturer or carrier may have applied. You can run more apps, you can customize your device to a greater degree., and you can potentially speed it up in a variety of ways. The process involves backing up your current software and then flashing (installing) a new custom ROM (a modified version of Android).
Here are simple Android Applications that would help you Root your Android Phone simply installing and running it, without using a PC.
Using Universal AndRoot to Root Android Devices
- On your Android Device, go to Settings > Applications, click the checkbox Unknown Sources and save.
- Download and Install the Universal AndRoot.
- Launch the Application and then click on Root. (Make sure you select your Version of Android Phone).
- Your Android phone would be successfully Rooted
It’s a simple way to Root your Android Device using the Universal AndRoot App.
Using Framaroot to Root Android Devices
Step 1: Download the Framaroot App to your Smartphone or Computer.
Step 2: Copy Framaroot from your computer to your phone memory.
Step 3: Install Framaroot from the apk file.
Step 4: Choose “Install Superuser” option inside Framaraoot.
Step 5: Select any Exploits
Step 6: Rooting Result
If you see “Failed., Try another exploit if available” message then tries selecting another exploit.
Download Root checker to verify if your phone is rooted or not.
Note: Rooting can also void your warranty, or even leave you with a bricked device. The important thing is to be careful. Manufacturers and carriers have a vested interest in dissuading you from rooting. We are not at all responsible for Mistakes crawled in while rooting your Device. Read up about what you are going to do before you begin. Make sure that you backup your data. Follow the instructions to the letter. If you’re careful, the risk is minimal, and the potential benefits are impressive.
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