This post is about how to root any android device. The method works on Android 5 (lollipop lagelu, iykyk) to Android 10 (Android Q).
Table of content:
- First of all what is rooting?
- Is rooting dangerous?
- Does rooting breaks my phone?
- How to root your Android device without PC?
- How to root your Android device with PC?
First of all what is rooting?
Rooting, often known as root access, is the process of taking control of different Android subsystems, enabling users to run their mobile devices more effectively. Rooting an Android smartphone grants users administrative (superuser) permissions akin to those of Linux and Unix-like operating systems, such as FreeBSD and macOS, because Android uses a modified version of the Linux kernel.
By rooting your smartphone, you can install additional software that the maker generally forbids or change the device’s software code. They maintain this policy for the interest of mobile security since they don’t want users to tamper with their phones in ways that can cause catastrophic mishaps. If users exclusively use the original version of the product, it will be simpler for them to offer support.
The process of “unlocking” your Android devices by acquiring full administrative access to your Android OS smartphone or tablet is known as rooting. Its definition is the same as that of “jailbreaking” an iOS device. You can acquire complete access and control of your Android phone or tablet by rooting it. This gives you “Super User” rights. You can modify practically anything on a “rooted” Android device, from limiting adverts to deleting bloatware to speeding it up or better managing battery life.
Is rooting dangerous?
Because some of the operating system’s built-in security protections are disabled when a device is “rooted,” your data is no longer protected from exposure to malware or corruption. Simply put, rooting your smartphone increases its susceptibility to various online threats.
Does rooting breaks my phone?
No, rooting your phone is not dangerous. Unless you manually edit system files, your phone is as safe as non rooted users.
How to root your Android device without PC?
You can root your Android device without PC/Laptop. There are 2 main popular application you can use to root your Android device. (To increase the chance of rooting you can enable Bootloader from developer setting.First Go to “Settings”, then tap “About device” or “About phone”. Secondly Scroll down, then tap “Build number” seven times. This will unlock your developer setting that is hidden most of the time in Android devices).
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Now we have known how to root our device without using PC/Laptop. Let’s see how to root our device using PC/Laptop.
How to root your Android device with PC?
Step 1: Unlock the Bootloader of your phone
Step 2: Download & install driver for your device intoReboot your PC
Step 3: Flash custom recovery (TWRP) recommended. (Learn more about TWRP here)
Step 4:Download & place supersu.zip file inside internal memory (download supersu.zip from here)
Step 5: Reboot your device to recovery mode (custom recovery TWRP)
Step 6: Flash supersu.zip
Step 7: Reboot your device (First reboot will take upto 5-10 minutes)
The first reboot will probably take a while. If your device is stuck in rebooting, force shut down the device & reboot your device into recovery again & flash boot.img. You can get boot.img for your device from xda forum.
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