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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Root your Android phone with SuperOneClick root tool


Another great piece of software provided by the guys over at xda. All you have to do is follow a few easy steps and you're good to go. Please keep in mind that rooting your phone will permanently void the warranty and could possibly turn your phone into a nice looking piece of platic, but those are very rare cases, anyway you should proceed with care. Also, make sure you have read the documentation available all over the net for better understanding the root process and the terms of root, kernel, rom, firmware, etc...

Let's begin:
1. Download the software from the developer's webpage.
2. Activate the USB Debugging mode (Menu > Settings > Applications > Development >check USB Debugging Mode)
3. Install the drivers for your phone (most times those are installed automatically when you first connect your phone to the pc)
4. Connect your phone to pc and press Root.

You're done!

2 comments:

  1. I followed the instructions above using SuperOneClick 2.3.3.0 on Windows 7 computer. After I pressed "Root", I got the following messages: [1] "Killing ADB Server..." w/comment "daemon not running. Starting it now on port 5037" [2] "Starting ADV Server..." w/comment "daemon started successfully".
    Then SuperOneClick froze. I don't know if it completed successfully or not.
    After waiting about 30 mins, I aborted SuperOneClick. Then I used Root Checker Basic to see if phone had been rooted. It had not.

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