Tuesday, May 24, 2016

How To: Root Your Android Phone (SuperOneClick Method)

By editandroid.blogspot.comI. Before You Begin1. Here is the this should work on:Plse note that if you device is not listed here, it doesn’t automatically make it incompatible. The list is definitely incomplete. If it does work for you, and your device is NOT listed, plse contact us so we can add it to the procedure. Liquid Metal
Magic(Sapphire) 32B
MyTouch 3G
Atrix 4G
Pro +
Galaxy 551 (GT-I5510)
Galaxy Portal/Spica I5700
Galaxy S I9000
Galaxy S SCH-I500
Galaxy Tab
Galaxy 5
Transform M920
Xperia X8
Xperia Arc
Sprint Hero
Telus Fascinate
Folio 1002. Here is a list of that it does NOT work on so far:Sprint EVO 4G ( Supersonic)
Droid Incredible ( Incredible) Desire GSM
DesireMA( BravoC)
Droid Eris ( DesireC)
Wildfire ( Buzz)
MyTouchSlideII. Root the Phone1. Download and install the latest version of the rooting program, unzip it, and install it on your computer:Requirement: .NET Framework 2.0+One Click Rooting ProgramDrivers Here2. Onyourphone, go to Settings > Appliions > Development > Make sure USB Debugging is checked ON.3. Plug your phone in viaUSBcableto the computer.4. Right click the program and click Run As Administrator (or just double click it if using XP).5. Click the Root button and wait for it to finish.6. Once done, you should see superuser permissions in your phone’s apps. If so, you are all set!III. (Optional) Enable WiFi Tethering1. Once you have root access, you can install WiFi tethering for your phone. Hd to the WiFi tethering site and download the appropriate version for your phone (if your phone is not listed, they do not currently support your model):WiFi Tethering .apk2. Then save it to your phone’s SD Card.3. Download Linda File Manager (free) from the Market on your phone and open it.4. Navigate to where the .apk file is saved on your phone’smemorycardand click it to install it.5. When you open the WiFi tethering app for the first time, click Allow when Superuser pops up asking for permission. All set!Reported Issues:Issue:It gets stuck on waiting for device…Solutions:Try these solutions, starting with the first then retry, then the second and retry, and so on until it works.1. Check to make sure USB debugging is checked on in Settings > Appliions > Development.2. Close the rooting program. Turn off your phone (keeping it still plugged in). Open the rooting program and click root. Then turn on your phone and see if it continues.3. Close the program and unplug the phone. Download and installPDANetand follow it’s on screen directions to get it to install the drivers manually for your phone. Once it is done installing, plug the phone in and reopen the rooting program.Do AT Your Own Risk If You Face Any Problem Comment Here

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