Tips to Root your Android Phones
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By Admin - June 12, 2017 1:40 pm   1   372   0

The rooting of your Android phone gives you better access to its operating system, allowing a higher level of customization. Since there is so much variety in Android phones, there is no single rooting method that will work for every phone or Android version. To get started, you ll need to download the appropriate rooting software for your phone model (most are only for Windows), enable USB debugging on the phone, and set up your USB drivers on your computer. Do not forget to save your data before rooting.

Tips To Rooting Samsung Galaxy S/Edge Phones


1 Go to "Settings> About" on your phone. The "About" button is located at the bottom of the configuration menu.

Note: These steps are written specifically for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge models, but they will likely work for older Galaxy S models as long as you download the appropriate CF root file for your phone model.


2 Press the "Construction number" 7 times. This will allow the development options on your phone


3 Go back to "Settings" and press "Developer". This menu item appears after enabling developer mode and contains a list of development and debugging options that are normally hidden.


4 Select "OEM Unlock". This setting will allow your phone to be rooted. [1]


5 Install and open Odin on your computer. Odin is specially designed for the rooting of Samsung phones, but is only available for Windows.

This software can also be used to root previous models, such as the Galaxy S6, but you will need to make sure to download the appropriate autoroot file.


6 Download and install the Samsung USB driver. It is necessary to use the USB debugging options of the phone on your computer.


7 Download and extract the S7 or S7 Edge Chainfire file. Right-click the .zip file and select "Extract." The extracted file will have the extension .tar.md5.

Look for the CF Autoroot site for the correct autoroot file for your specific model if you are riding an older Galaxy S phone. Using the correct autoroot file is VERY important to avoid damaging your phone.


8 Simultaneously press the Home, Power and Volume Down buttons on your phone. After a few moments, the phone will enter the download mode.


9 Connect your phone to your computer via USB while Odin is running and your phone is in download mode. After a few moments, Odin will display "Message Added" which indicates the connection between the phone and Odin works.


10 Click on "AP". You will be prompted to browse a file to use.


11 Select the autoroot file you retrieved ending with .tar.md5.


12 Press Start. The rooting process will begin. Your phone will reboot throughout the procedure and then start in Android when it is finished.


Tips to Rooting a Nexus Phone


1 Turn on your phone and connect it to your computer via USB.


2 Install and open the Nexus Root Toolkit on your computer. Nexus Root Toolkit can be used to unlock and root any Nexus device. At launch, you will be prompted for your phone model and your version of Android operating system.


3 Select your phone model from the drop-down menu.

Go to "Settings> About Phone" on your phone if youre not sure. The model is listed under "Model Number".


4 Select the version of Android you are currently using in the second drop-down menu.

Go to "Settings> About Phone" on your phone if youre not sure. The sections "Android Version" and "Compilation Number" will display the exact information you need to make a selection.


5 Press Apply. You will be taken to a window with specific instructions on enabling USB debug mode.


6 Go to "Settings> About Phone" on your phone. "About the Phone" is located at the bottom of the Settings page.


7 Type "Compile Number" 7 times. "Build Number" is located at the bottom of the "About Phone" page. After the 7th key, you will see a message informing you that developer mode is enabled.


8 Go back to "Settings" and press "Developer". This menu item appears after enabling developer mode and contains a list of development and debugging options that are normally hidden.


9 Select "USB Debugging" and press "OK". You will see a prompt to allow debugging access to the computer you are connected to.


10 Select "Always enabled in this computer" and press "OK".


11 Press "OK" in the Nexus Root Toolkit instructions window. The program will automatically detect the dependencies needed to root your phone.


12 Press "Download + Update All File Dependencies", and then press "Continue." The dependencies will be uploaded and you will be transferred to the main Nexus Root Toolkit.


13 Press "Driver Installation Guide" for instructions on configuring your drivers. The steps vary depending on your current driver configuration. You will need to uninstall all older drivers if you have already connected another Android phone to your 

computer before Nexus Root Toolkit recommends and provides a driver installation kit that matches your configuration.


14 Press "Backup" to save the data you want to keep (optional). This will open a menu with various backup options, such as contacts, SMS, or application data. Each button will provide specific instructions for backing up data on your computer.


15 Press "Unlock". This will unblock the boot loader, allowing you to create a root of the device. Note: This process will erase all data on your phone, so be sure to save everything you want to keep.


16 Press "Root". Nexus Root Toolkit will boot your device and automatically install the SuperSu root software. When the process is finished, your phone will be rooted!


17 Press "Restore". This will open a window with different restore options corresponding to the backup options. Tap each option to restore from the backups you created.


Tips For Rooting Phones with WinDroid Toolkit


1 Check the device compatibility list to make sure that you can use WinDroid Toolkit on your phone.


2 Connect your phone to your computer via USB.


3 Go to "Settings> Phone" on your phone. "The phone" is located at the bottom of the Settings page.


4 "Number" 7 times. "Number" is at the bottom of the "phone" page. At the 7th tap, you will see a message informing you that developer mode is enabled.


5 Return to "Settings" and "Developer". This menu option that appears when developer mode and has a list of production and debugging options is normally hidden.


6 Select "USB Debugging" and click "OK". You will find a time to allow debugging access to your computer to connect.


7 Select "Always Allow This Computer" and click "OK."


8 Download and WinDroid Open Toolkit on your computer. At launch, you will be prompted to download the ADB and if it is not already on your computer.

This program is now available for Windows only.


9 Click to download ADB (Android Debug Bridge). If you have already installed the ADB at a time will not be displayed. When the ADB is installed, a list of supported devices appears.


10 Choose your phone brand. The list will expand and display support.


11 Select your model. When you choose your model, Winroot Toolkit will automatically download the recovery image and autoroot files for your phone. Once the download is complete, you will be the main interface. [2]

In the bottom left corner shows your status online. If at some point you lose the connection, click "Refresh" at the bottom right in line.


12 Click the option (s) that shows the "Unblock Bootloader" column in descending order. Lock shows here varies depending on how your phone is locked (for example, "Unlock Request" or "Get Token ID"). WinRoot Toolkit will provide instructions on how to prepare for locks.


13 Click "Unlock bootloader". This Winroot Toolkit button automatically download and run the software to unlock your bootloader.

To unlock your bootloader will erase the data on your phone. Make sure that you make a backup of all the data you want to keep before doing so.


14 Click the option that appears under the "Flash Recovery" heading. This option varies depending on your phone and shine (for example, "Flash TWRP"). This automatically restarts your phone in Fastboot mode and installs the recovery image. When finished, you will be prompted to restart your phone.


15 Click "Yes" to restart your phone. Winroot Toolkit will restart your phone using the ADB.


16 Click "Flash SuperSU" in the "Root" column. A window will appear asking you to verify that you want to start the process.


17 Click "Yes". Winroot Toolkit will automatically transfer SuperSU files from autoroot to your phone and boot into recovery image.


18 Install SuperSU Recovery. Locking can be different depending on how the recovery is used. Once installed, a notification will appear on the root tool Winroot Toolkit and restart your phone.

For example, in TRWP Recovery, click "Install" and then select the SuperSU file with the swipe "Flash Support" to SuperSU your phone.


19 Restart your phone. Your phone will boot into Android OS with root access!




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