Root Android devices
The rise of APK applications that require root access makes the android device users are very enthusiastic to have root access, It is also encouraged by Lack of satisfaction user to his devices. e.g: Improve CPU, Battery or User interface performance. For that we want to give a little knowledge especially to new users in doing root in accordance with security level.
1. Root android phones with PC (Safe)
This is a secure way to do root, because you can perform a full backup of data or system partitions before starting to modify your device. But custom recovery required installed on your device.
- Download and save the Latest version of SuperSU.zip to device “Internal/External storage”
- Power off your Android devices, Press the button simultaneously “VOLUME UP + POWER button” to go into recovery mode
- install SuperSU.zip
- Reboot phone
2. Root android devices without PC (Not safe)
This is one click rooted method but Why not safe? You can not restore to the first condition if your device Failed to root. Because you have not installed custom recovery. Unless, if you have the stock firmware file from your own backup that can be installed using flashtool or Stock recovery “adb sideload”. So this method is usually only done by the advanced user. But unfortunately many newbie do it.