Rooting Android Phone Is Getting Easier, Thanks To The Universal Androot
A member from XDA developers from, Shaka Huang or also known as shakalaca has managed to create a universal rooting utility for almost all Android phones, called the Universal Androot 1.6.2 beta 5.
Whitson Gordon from Lifehacker, also reminded that Universal Androot is capable of rooting some Android devices with just a few steps, and does not requires a PC or a complex hacking process. The Universal Androot is the best way to root android smartphone without the fear of turning the phone into a brick.
The method of rooting is pretty easy, simply download this Universal Androot applications into the phone, then install using the package manager, and ensure the ‘Unknown Sources’ in Settings> Applications is checked, then open the application and press Go Root. Note that this utility also allows users to run Soft Root, that is able to root in a single session.
After rooting, users can also download and install a specific root applications such as Wireless tether and install a custom ROM with a ROM Manager. Unfortunately not all phones support this very useful utility. To view the list of supported phone you can enter the XDA developers forum thread via the download link. Here is the link to download the Universal Androot.
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