Do you often feel that rooting the android device is quite tedious? If yes, then here’s some good news that would help you in coming across a painless method of rooting android devices with Universal androot app. The best thing about this app is, it is perfectly free and you just have to install it in the concerned device with use of any of the third-party file manager or installer.
You must keep in mind that the Universal Root supports the following devices :
- Samsung galaxy 5 (gt-i5500)
- Samsung Galaxy Beam
- HTC Hero (2.1)
- HTC Magic (1.5)
- HTC Tattoo (1.6)
- Google Nexus One (2.2)
- Google G1 (1.6)
- Motorola XT800 (2.1)
- Motorola XT701
- Motorola Milestone (2.1)
- Sony Ericsson X10 (1.6)
- Sony Ericsson X10 Mini (1.6)
- Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro (1.6)
- Acer beTouch E400 (2.1)
- Acer Liquid (2.1)
- LG GT540 (1.6)
- LG Ally (2.1)
- Gigabyte GSmart G1305
- Lenovo Lephone (1.6)
- Motorola Charm
- Motorola Droid
- Motorola ME511
- Dell Streak (2.1)
- myTouch 3G 3.5mm/LE (1.6)
- Vibo A688 (1.6)
The above devices we have confirmed as working with the Universal Androot app. For other device please google it to check if Androot is working with it.
How to root with Universal Androot App.
- The very first thing you are required to do is, download Universal Androot app1.6.2 beta 5.
- After that, connect your supported Android handset to the computer and mount SD card.
- Copy the APK file you downloaded in Step 1, to the SD card.
- Now, use Astro File Manager or any other app installation tool to install. If you need Astro file Manage download it here.
- After that you can launch the Universal Androot application and follow onscreen instructions to root your device.
- You can root as well as Unroot back !
Here’s the video showing how to root and unroot using Universal Androot application.
Following are the handsets that would not be rooted using the above method.
- Google Nexus One (2.2 FRG33- due to exploit fix)
- SonyEricsson X10i R2BA020
- Archos 5
- HuaWei U8220
- HTC Desire / Legend / Wildfire
- HTC EVO 4G / Aria
- myTouch Slide
- myTouch 3G (2.2.1)
- Samsung i9000 / i6500U / i7500 / i5700
- Motorola ME600 / ME501 / MB300 / CLIQ XT
- Motorola 2.2 FRG22D
Since, hardware makers always put some control over the device by default and this is very much obvious. In order to operate the sub systems, the users have to go to the level of administrative permissions or take certain measures that would help them operate the device as they want. Rooting helps you to free the android device and get into the level of several privilege functions.
Disclaimer: This information as given here for is rooting the handsets mentioned above. Do not try it if your device is not supported. The Universal Androot usage guide have been produced for increasing the simplicity of the procedure. But in case if some issues occur after the phone update or rooting then the site should not be held responsible for this. If at all you face any issues, you can contact us and we will help you sort out the same. It is also vital to keep in mind that when rooting is done the device warranty gets void.