Thursday, 21 January 2016

Other Best Apps To Root Your Stubborn Android Phone


The other day i posted the latest version of kingroot application for rooting Android device without a PC, seems not to work for some stubborn Android phones from the comments i saw on that particular post. I decided to come up with another method on rooting your android phone but this time with a pc as there's no better non pc rooting apps other than towel root and kingroot(for me).

I will be dealing on three methods here that is three pc rooting application which involves different method but they are all one easy click root method.

Best Apps to root stubborn Android phone 

1 Method – Using Kingo ROOT

Kingo ROOT is One – Click Root Designed to work on Windows Computer . It helps to root any Android Smartphones in single click which has a success rate of 80-90%. This is the best Android rooting software through PC available in market. This is the only one click root app which has tones of developers working on it to bring improvements and to increase the device limit in every update which are released frequently.

Success Rate: 90-95% (Success rate is the rate of how many device this App is able to root which are available in market.)

Precaution: If you are using any Antivirus Application on your Computer, then disable it first then follow the tutorial.

Kingo Rooting Process:

Enable USB Debugging Mode on your Android smartphone. To enable USB debugging. Go to Settings > Developer Option > USB debugging > Tick to Enable. Developer Option is Hidden for Android 4.2.2 & Above, to show this option Go to Settings > About phone > Built Number ( Tap on it 7 times until it shows you are now a Developer.)

Download Kingo Root Windows Application and install it normally in your Windows PC.
Once you have Installed Kingo Root App in your Windows PC, you will see a windows similar to this.


Once your Smartphone is connected successfully to the Computer (Enabling USB Debugging), Kingo Root will Automatically detect your device.
Now, Click on ‘Root’ Button to begin the rooting process.

Now Kingo Root will Automatically Root your phone and install SuperSU.
Now your Android Device is rooted, To confirm Check for a App named ‘SuperSU’ on your phone. Congratulations, you have successfully Rooted your Android Smartphone.

2 Method – Using VRoot or Iroot 

Iroot popularly known as Vroot’s goal is providing the excellent and simplest experience for all android users. The newest version of Vroot have supported for more than 8000 kinds of Android devices. It is more effective, easier and faster than you can imagine.

Success Rate: 70-75%

Download  the VRoot or Iroot App for Windows PC.
Install it. Just click Next and Launch it.
Connect your android device and make sure that USB Debugging mode is enabled from Settings > Developer Options.
From VRoot on your PC, click Root.
Wait for the result. If it’s a success, your device will reboot and you can now disconnect your android device from your PC.
Check if you are successfully rooted by downloading and installing Root Checker App from Play Store.
Done!

3 Method – Using Root Genius


Root genius is the best & easy-to-use rooting software with high success rate for Mediatek devices. Root Genius is a Windows Application but there are less chances of this rooting your phone properly but you have to give it a try.

Download  and Install Root genius for Windows.
Run Root genius Android Root as administrator and connect your Android device to your PC via USB cable. Wait for the drivers to completely load.
Enable USB Debugging mode from Settings > Developer options
from your android device. Just follow the instructions shown on the Root genius based to your Android version. Carefully read the notifications
before continuing.
Click ROOT to begin the rooting process. It could take 2 up to 3 minutes for the
rooting process to be completed. (Don’t unplug the USB cable).
When done, click Finish and it will reboot your phone.
Check if you are successfully rooted by downloading and installing Root Checker app from Play Store.

If you are finding it difficult to root your Android device, then try the above apps and methods to root your stubborn Android phone.

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