Friday, September 08, 2017

How to Root Your Android Phone

We all know that when you root your dGamepad
you are open to more opportunities which can be close to be impossible when your device is not rooted. I won't be wasting much of your time as you can check for the cool stuffs you can do when your phone has been rooted in our previous podt. So on this post rooting your phone would be the key study. I personally prefers iroot because i feel it is easier and more comfortable to use. You can also make use of other rooting apps such as Kingoroot and so many more to carry out your root activities. So on this post i would be giving the safe steps for rooting your android devices.

How to root via Iroot on PC

»Firstly, download the iroot program.
»Before anything else locate setting on your phone and click on about phone. Then keep tapping on the Build number till it shows you are now a developer or any notification. Thats if you have not enabled the developer option. Thats if you cannot find yours.

 »If you can find yours or it has been enabled already just click on developer options and enable USB debugging.

»Next, Connect your android phone to your pc via your USB cable on iRoot. Make sure you have clicked the user agreement option then click connect and the process would start provided the program has recognized your device. 

»The entire process might take some time. Make sure you have a full battery before starting the process.

How to root via Iroot apk
»Get started by downloading IRoot apk by clicking here.
»After downloading go to security on your phone and and tick "unknown sources" then install the app.
»Once the app has been installed just click on get root access and the process would start which would take some time. During or after the process your phone will reboot.

After rooting you can download SuperSU to grant root access and start to make changes on your android phone.

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