Root any Android phone with one click Unlock tool

Unlock rootRooting any Android phones with simple Unlock Root method

Since rooting an android handset is quite tough and tedious, some people who really feel the urge to do so, do not move ahead with that. But now, rooting has been made quite easy and thus even someone who is not quite aware of the tricks of trade can try it. Android community is filled with many developers and modders. Thus, most of them work towards making rooting simpler and to the extent of merely one or two downloads or clicks. Rooting is now becoming easier day by day.

Talking about Unlock Root Tool it is important to note that with this one can root about 250 different handsets. Many manufacturers are covered under this and most popular of them like  HTC, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Samsung,  Huawei, Dell, Asus and Acer. Many other less-known manufacturers models are also covered.

With the help of Unlock Root, even the first-time rooters won’t face any problems and also there is no tension of the android device getting bricked. This tool supports Android Eclair 2.1, Froyo 2.2, and Gingerbread 2.3. In the short time you will also be able to expect support for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich because there is a lot of demand for this on the customers’ part. Now, with the help of this tool as available at the official website of Unlock Root, you can root your high-end or entry-level android device.

If you have made up your mind that you want to root your android device then you must keep the following things in mind:

  • Unlock Root currently works only on Windows 7/Vista/Xp computers.
  • USB drivers of the individual Android phones are needed and to be installed before using the tool. You can get the drivers from the respective manufacturers website support section or use the CD which you got with the phone.

The first and the foremost thing you should do while rooting the handset is, download Unlock Root software. Get it straight from the developer’s website.

Make sure that you do not forget enabling the USB Debugging mode on the device. You can do it this way, Settings > Applications > Development on your device. Connect your phone to the system thru the USB cable. Now, after that Run “UnlockRoot.exe” and wait for a while for the device to be automatically detected. In case it’s not detected, remove the USB cable and re-insert it. If still it’s not detected, check if the drivers are installed properly. Make apt choice of the device from the list of auto detected devices.

Click the Root button to start the rooting process.

Once you are done with that, you just have to wait for a while and then the message will be displayed; “Your device has been successfully rooted“. After the rooting process, simply reboot your device.

Disclaimer: Even though Unlock Root Tool does not have the risk of bricking the phone, you should remain alert and cautious while rooting the handset. You will get access to the operating system but while doing so, if something happens with your android phone, we shall not be responsible for any damage caused to your phone. However, if you have any doubts you can contact us and we will surely help you. This information is produced with care but rooting the phone makes its warranty void. Root your phone at your own risk.


  1. i have htc desire upgraded with gingerbread when i click root it start process but after a while it gives me the error “failed to chmod file : busybox plz help me and tell what to do so that i can root my device

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