Monday, December 16, 2013

12:24 AM

Rooting For Android

If you are using android Phone or Tables, then you might surely have come across the “rooting” topic search on the Internet. In a simple word, Rooting is the Android equivalent of Jailbreaking your device. This means that you are unlocking the operating system of your device so that you can install all the unapproved (by Google) installation of apps, OS update, replacing the firmware, over clock or under clock the processor, customize your device any way you want and so on. Rooting your device will afford you many of the advantages like running many special apps, freeing your memory and customize your ROM.

For most of the android device users, rooting is a scary process. Either they do not know the actual meaning of it or they don’t know what the process of rooting is. It seems like a scary process for everyone to root their device. Also the process of rooting must be handled properly because a mistake in the process might cause you to the loss of data.

Thankfully, there are many Windows utility that makes rooting at a one click affair. There are many utility apps like Kingo Android, framaroot, etc that makes the rooting process very easy. Most of them are free and I will show you the easy way of rooting by the Kingo Android. The test has been initially made on the Android device and works totally like a charm. It is advice to all the users to check the compatibility before you proceed for the rooting that the utility have no problem with it. So now let's get started with the android rooting steps.

Step 1: Download and Install the utility Kingo Android

Step 2: On your android device enable the USB debugging mode. If your device is Android 4.0 or 4.1 then go to the settings-> Developer Option->tick the box of USB Debugging. If your device is Android 4.2 or later then go to the Setting->About Phone->Developer options->click USB debugging mode. Next, tap Ok to save and approve the changes.

Step 3: Connect your device with PC using USB cable and run your android device. Next is run your android device on PC strand Android Root on your PC, and then connect your phone via its USB sync cable. After a moment, the former should show a connection to the latter.

Step 4: Lastly, click on the root, and sit back and wait while the utility completes its work. The whole process will take two minutes or more including the automated reboot at the end.

That’s all your android rooting process is finished now. IF you don’t want this rooted device, then you can reverse it back to your original one. Just run android root again, connect the phone or tablet with PC and click remove root. Your original Android OS phone will be back. To root your android device is the decision that one should not rush. Remember there are advantages as well as disadvantages of this rooting device. So get the full guide about rooting the android device, before you do so.

I hope this tutorial of android rooting worked well with you. Apply it on your device and also share with your friend and colleagues.