Sunday, 20 October 2013

Easiest method to Root and UnRoot an Andriod device

Just as Hacking is to Symbian, Jailbreaking is to iPhone/iPad, so is Rooting to Android. Although Android (which is based on Linux) is an open source, it still does not give its users a complete control over the device hence limiting the abilities of these devices.
Rooting an Android device simply means attaining privileged control (known as "root access") within an Android system.
Rooted Android

Some reasons why we root an Android device

The major reason why we root an Android device is to overcome the limitations that carriers and hardware manufacturers put on these devices, this leads to: 
  • The ability to alter/change the system applications and settings.
  • The ability to tweak the device's operating system to behave entirely different.
  • The ability to run special applications that require administrator-level permissions.
  • The ability to copy ALL applications into an ext2/3/4 formatted SD card, (using Apps2SD) and install applications on SD card.
  • The ability to carry out operations that are inaccessible to a normal Android user.
  • The ability to use WiFi or Bluetooth tether to share your cellular data connection with your laptop/PC.
  • The ability to remove and replacement the device's operating system.

How to root an Android device 

Before we proceed, please note that:
  • Rooting a device voids its warranty.
  • The process of rooting varies widely by device.
  • Neither kwadoblog nor its affiliates will be held responsible if your device get damaged during this process.
  • Back-up your device before proceeding.
  • Rooting a device could be risky, proceed with caution.
  1.  Download SRSRoot to your computer.
  2. Connect the Android device to your computer using USB cable.
  3. Install and Run the SRSRoot software.
  4. Click on the ‘Root Device [All Methods]’ and wait for the Rooting process to complete.
Congratulations, you have successfully rooted your android device.

How to UnRoot an Android device.

  1. Connect the Android device to your computer using USB cable.
  2. Run the SRSRoot software.
  3. Click on the ‘UnRoot Device’ button and wait for the UnRooting process to complete.
Congratulations, you have successfully un-rooted your android device.

 Please Note: The process of rooting differs by devices, thus If this method did not work-out on your device, then you may need to take a look at this list of Android devices and how to Root them

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