How to root Android smartphones and tablets with Unlock root tool
Rooting lets you to grip the control over every aspect of your Android device by removing manufacture limitations, it makes your Android device totally yours, but also void the warranty of your device. There are so many methods to root Android devices, most of them are released for specific devices but if haven’t found any of them that is especially released for your Android device, worry not and give unlock root tool a try.
So if you’re itching to have super user rights over your Android device, follow below step-by-step guide to know how you can root your Android devices using unlock root tool. But first keep in mind that you need a Windows PC with your phone drivers installed and make sure your device has up to 60% battery life (Note: The unlock root tool is compatible with a lot of Android device, you should check your device compatibility first and you can do so here).
DISCLAIMER: Please proceed the below guide at your own risk, Android Egis will not be held responsible if your device lost data or gets damaged following this guide.
Step #1: Download the Unlock Root Tool for Android from here.
Step #2: Open up the root tool package and install it on your PC.
Step #3: Once the installation is done, open up the application.
Step #4: On your Android device, enable the USB debugging from Menu>Settings>Applications>Development>USB debugging and then plug the device to PC using a USB cable.
Step #5: Click on root button, the application will detect the device first, it will show up a list of devices, select your device and it will start rooting.
Step #6: Once the rooting is done, it will show up OK message, now download and install the Root Checker app from the Google Play store to confirm your device is rooted successfully or not.
That’s it, you’re done. Be sure to visit the original thread to here to thanks original developers for this great effort.