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Friday, June 28, 2013

HOW TO ROOT ANDROID SMARTPHONES

Rooting is the process of gaining administrative access on your android or other mobile devices which allows you to customize and optimize your device according to your needs.if you are an android user then you are likely to consider rooting your phone because you would be able to use apps of your choice and enjoy other privileges not available to other android users. This is where Unlock Root steps in. Unlock Root supports over 200 smartphones running Android version 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3. This handy software comes as small setup package for Windows XP, Vista and Win7 platform that can be installed easily with one click. After it is installed on your PC, this utility will let you root almost any android device in a few clicks.

1.Download Unlock Root setup application to your PC or Laptop . Click HERE To Download

2.Install the Application on your System.

3.Once installed, run the Unlock Root application by navigating to StartMenu=>All Programs=>Unlock Root=>Unlock Root.
You will be presented with the interface below.



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NOTE:Make sure you have proper drivers installed on your PC. You can install Samsung Kies, which will install the drivers for you. This is needed to make sure your device is recognized by the system.



4. Now, Enable USB Debugging on your android smartphone. (Navigate to Settings=>Applications=>Development in your android smartphone.Check USB Debugging option.)

5.Connect your smartphone to your PC or Laptop via USB Cable.

6.Once connected, click on Root Button within the Unlock Root application.

7.It will then, present you with a Choose a Connected Device window, which lists all devices connected to the PC.
Select your device from the list and wait for the app to root your handset.

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9.When successfully rooted, it will prompt you to reboot your device. Go ahead and press Yes, so that the changes can take effect.


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And we are done. Your device is now rooted and you may disconnect it from the PC as well as close the Unlock Root application.


Now that you have successfully rooted your android smartphone, you should see a superuser app icon on your App Drawer. This app is used to manage root access to various root applications on your device with  which you can search and download from Play Store.

From now on, whenever you run a app that requires root access you will be prompted to Allow or Deny the request by the superuser app.

Also, in case you want to revert back to the original secure state, you can Unroot your device with the superuser app. Run the app and then click on Unroot button and your device will be unrooted in no time.

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