How to root Android device with USB OTG
Rooting has become a like a fun on Android devices, you can say it first step of deep customization over your Android device, rooting is one of great reasons Android is famous for. A lot of people love to always keep their Android smartphones and tablets rooted because it makes able them to do anything with their device such as customization of system apps, removing bloatware, installation of custom ROMs,, custom MODs, custom tweaks, etc.
In fact rooting voids the limitations of manufacture over your Android device and gives super user right on it, this is the reason we can’t ignore rooting benefits. So if you love to modify any aspect of your Android without any limitation, rooting is what you’re looking for but do keep in mind that it also voids the warranty of device, however so many developers have released rooting methods that doesn’t increase the flash counter of device, which doesn’t void the warranty.
Mostly rooting methods are complicated but not so much, all you need a computer along with a rooting tool and an Android device, however Root Transmission app released by a senior XDA developer wchill is only app that root your Android device without any computer, this app lets you to root your Android device using another device even it’s pretty easy to use.
The app features a simple and easy to understand interface, there are just two buttons root and unroot, connect your cable and root away, the app also shows terminal window so you can see exactly what’s going on while your phone does its thing.
All you need is a rooted Android device that is cable of USB support, a USB OTG cable and one-click root scripts for the devices you wish to root. However it’s currently not fully stable, you may face some bugs at this time like force close errors but the developer is working on the app to make it more stable as quick as possible. It’s great to root an Android device using a OTG USB cable, isn’t it.
The app requires Android devices running Android 4.0 or above, head over to the original XDA thread here to download the latest version of app for your Android device and to thanks the developer. Don’t forget to share your thoughts about the Root Transmission app in the below comment section.