How to root an android?

How to root an android?

How to root your android device without computer

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Answers (2)

Answer 1
October, 2020

Rooting an Android device with APK apps is the easiest one-click rooting method.

There are many Android apps that should help you gain root access:

iRoot

Kingoapp

Framaroot

Universal Androot

WeakSauce

KingRoot

Towelroot

Therefore, in order to get superuser rights on your phone, you will need:

- download the rooting application and install it on your device,

- launch it and start rooting the Android device,

- wait until the process is complete,

- download the Root checker app to make sure that the device has got root access.

Answer 2
October, 2020

I don't trust the feedback from below.
Firstly, many of the described applications will now not be able to give you ROOT rights, since many smartphones already have a bootloader, or a bootloader that is completely locked (some of the manufacturers allow you to unlock it, for example Xiaomi) - it is not allows other applications to invade the system, in some cases due to an attempt to get using an application or other methods of rooting, similar to the method of rooting with applications - you can get a brick (they call a brick the state of the phone, in which it does not respond to any actions : power button, volume button (and the smartphone can either make some sounds, or vibrate or be completely silent)) - in ordinary language, it will be broken (many bricks can be revived, but for this you need accuracy, confidence and time - usually unsuccessful operations to revive an Android smartphone only make the situation worse for those who will repair your smartphone).
Secondly
Many of the listed applications may be tracking, since they are from China (well, maybe I'm paranoid, however), but I'm generally silent about removing an application like KingRoot - it will behave aggressively and do not allow yourself to be deleted.
The surest way to get Root is to get it using the ADB (Android Debug Bridge) program on your PC. However, first, check your smartphone and make sure it does not have a bootloader, if there is one, go to the 4pda forum or the English-language xda and look for information about your smartphone, the possibility of unlocking the bootloader, as well as getting root rights on it. If everything is clean with you, then prepare your smartphone for the procedure for obtaining a license:
-The smartphone must be fully charged up to 100%
-Original microUSB charging cable of the device (always original)
-PC with installed smartphone drivers and the Minimal ADB and Fastboot program (program setup, link to google drive: https://drive.google.com/file/d/10oG7TcBJBjaBb2jyqKn4-UgagpHHki2i/view?usp=drivesdk)
So, after you made a setup of the Minimal ADB and Fastboot program - you need to start the main operation - putting your smartphone into the "fastboot" mode. To do this, you must turn off your smartphone and after that hold down two buttons - the power button and the volume down button. After you have made sure that you have entered this mode (in Xiaomi, for example, a rabbit with Android and a very bold inscription FASTBOOT will be displayed), you must connect your smartphone to a PC via your usb cable (you can also disable the mandatory driver signature in BIOS ). Next, we go into the Minimal ADB program and write to the console:
-adb devices
Next, we will see an inscription of this type: 540abc01 fastboot (if there is no such inscription, check if you are in FASTBOOT mode)
Next, we are going to sew a new smartphone Recovery (or recovery mode). Your best bet would be to choose TWRP (official site with twrp versions- twrp.me. If you do not understand where your smartphone is, you need to find its codename: for example, the codename of my smartphone is whyred, you can find the codename in Google).
After you download the TWRP image, transfer it to disk C and rename it to twrp.img (you can make a folder containing all the drivers and the recovery image for your smartphone, and do not forget that you should not write .img at the end, because it is already in the image extension). So, then we go back to Minimal ADB and write a new command:
fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
After that, you will need to wait a few seconds and after OKAY is written below after all the flashing processes, we we write a command that will launch our new Recovery:
fastboot boot twrp.img
In TWRP recovery, you will be the first to see a screen where you will be asked if you can allow changing the memory partition. This needs to be done. We swipe to the right and we find ourselves in TWRP (but keep in mind, if you have Xiaomi, then now you need to be very careful - the dm-verity check turned on, if right now you reboot into the system, you will enter the endless download process, having received a brick, link to the zip-archive, which you should definitely flash in TWRP: https://drive.google.com/file/d/165o1rWx-hjigsvVjN8R7fvoIshj-5yk3/view?usp=drivesdk . It needs to be thrown through PC to the root folder of the smartphone and flash through the item Install or Install). So, we are already in the final, now it remains to flash Magisk through the Install item (Link to zip from Magisk: https: //drive.google.com/file/d/1eQGx3JYqVwKzViNnmins8-qfJ9vo_VSC/view? Usp = drivesdk). Next, we make Wipe Dalvik Cache and after that we reboot into the system, after waiting a little. ROOT received (the method works from Android 5 to Android 9 - others, later versions can be flashed via TWRP or CWM Recovery with SuperSU zip archive).
UPD: The newest Magisk versions now also support Android below version 5.0 - if you are not wanted to flash SuperSU, here is a link to the w3bsit3-dns.com forum with all the updates at the moment: https://w3bsit3-dns.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=774072
I also can't say for sure whether this instruction is suitable for all devices, but I can guarantee that it works with the majority - and certainly with devices on pure Android.

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