This is a guide on how to root your Android device. Please read through the entire guide before starting. 1. Backup your device – it is always a good idea to backup your device before making any changes to it. You can use a backup app such as Helium or Titanium Backup. 2. Enable USB debugging – this enables your computer to communicate with your Android device. To enable USB debugging, go to Settings > Developer Options (if you don’t see Developer Options, go to Settings > About Phone and tap on Build Number until you see a message that says “You are now a developer!”). Then, enable USB debugging by checking the box next to USB debugging.
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Frequently Asked Question
What is rooting and why would I want to do it?
Rooting is the process of gaining administrator or root access to your Android device. With root access, you can modify the operating system, delete preinstalled apps, and more.
Congratulations! You have successfully rooted your Android device.