Android Rooting Guides
Safely root your Android device
Ready to root your android device? Thanks to One Click Root, rooting has never been safer, easier, or faster. When we called our software “One Click” Root, we really meant it!.
Four Steps to Rooting Your Android Device
How To Root
Download and install One Click Root onto your PC
Connect Your Device
Connect your Android to your computer using a standard USB cable
Enable USB Debugging
Open ‘Developer Options’
and enable USB debugging
Run One Click Root
Run One Click Root and let the software do the rest.
How to Root Any Android
Every day, Android users around the world make the decision to root their device.
Rooting is a surefire way to increase performance, boost battery life, and add a new UI to your device. Thanks to Android rooting software like One Click Root, rooting Android is easier than ever.
How to Root Any Android with One Click Root
One Click Root is a powerful Android rooting software program created by an elite team of developers. Today, it can root hundreds of Android smartphones and tablets in just one click.
Rooting Android with One Click Root is very straightforward. Just follow these four steps:
Step 1) Download One Click Root and install it on your PC or Mac
Step 2) Connect your Android smartphone or tablet to your computer using your micro-USB/USB cable
Step 3) Enable USB debugging on your Android from the Settings menu (the specific instructions vary from device to device, but this shouldn’t take more than 20 seconds)
Step 4) Run One Click Root on your computer and press the “Root” button to instantly root your device
After you press the “Root” button, the software will go to work. Your device will be rooted and then restarted several times. After about 3-5 minutes, your device will reboot into your ordinary Android desktop. It will look exactly the same as before – but now it will be totally rooted.
What to Do After Rooting your Android
After running One Click Root on your Android device, you can unlock a world of fun opportunities.
Some people root brand new Android devices in order to boost benchmark tests to insane levels. Other people root older Android devices in order to boost declining battery life or increase gaming performance.
Here are some of the most popular things to do with an Android tablet or smartphone after rooting:
Install a Custom ROM: Custom ROMs are independently-developed versions of Android. Many of them are more polished than modern Android builds and are backed by a professional development team.
Get the Latest Android Updates Immediately: You can use a custom ROM to enjoy new versions of Android immediately after Google announces them. Stop waiting around for your manufacturer or carrier.
Install Any App You Want: You’ll see some apps on the Google Play Store that say things like “This app is not available for your device” when you try to install them. In many cases, these apps will work perfectly fine on your device. Your manufacturer or carrier, however, doesn’t want you to run them. After rooting, you can trick the Play Store into thinking your device is a different device, or use a proxy to download geo-restricted apps.
Boost Speed and Performance: Over time, even the best Android devices slow down. Prevent an early death for your Android device by rooting it and increasing the speed and performance. You can even overclock Android using apps like SetCPU, which let you finely tune the CPU speed or let it automatically adjust to your current performance requirements.
Improve Battery Life: Battery life gets embarrassing as your Android gets older. Fix battery life problems by rooting your device and installing battery-saving apps like Greenify or Juice Defender.
Tethering without Fees: American carriers charge fees for tethering. After rooting, you can tether your Android for free using any tethering app on the Play Store.
Change your UI and Skins: You don’t have to install a new custom ROM to totally change the appearance of your Android device. You can easily install new skins and UIs to make it feel like you got a new device. Some people use this to change their Samsung UI into the HTC Sense UI or iOS UI, for example.
We’ve just started to scratch the surface of rooting Android benefits. One of the most enjoyable parts of rooting is discovering these benefits for yourself. Find out why millions of Android users love their rooted devices by downloading One Click Root!