Tweaking and customizing stock Android OS has become a trend and even Android newbies try to get benefits of it. Some users find rooting is quite easy but others complaining it's too hard to perform. Actually, the easiness or hardness depends on the understanding of what you are doing and what method should be chosen. Technically, users can root their Android smartphones using One-click rooting tools and recovery method. If you are someone who newly questions how to root Android, one-click rooting tools are appropriate though there are some disadvantages
How To Root Android
Technicaly, rooting is the process of installing and running the Su binary file unofficially on a stock Android device which comes without it. One-click rooting tools run the Su binary exploiting security holes that can be found on the OS and allow apps to be launched as a part of the default system which is offically prohibited. One-click rooting tools very easy to use and most of them available as Android applications while some of them are available in both Android and PC versions.
Advantages Of One-Click Root
- Easy to use and simple installation
- Attractive and Simple User Interface
- No data loss
- Rare device bricking
- Easy unrooting
- No need to unlock the bootloader
- Mostly available for Android Lollipop and lower versions
- Software updates disable root access
- Installs unnecessary apps and ads
- Needs a strong and stable internet connection until the rooting process ends
You are not forced to use any of the rooting tools as rooting is officially prohibited and may harm the device's software. Rooting is at your own risk and makes sure to ensure the safety of your device's data backing up them properly.
Most Popular One-Click Rooting Tools
- KingoRoot - KingoRoot is a popular one-click rooting solution which is available for both Android and Windows computer. The compatibility of the tool runs from Android 1.5 to 5.0 and available for totally free
- OneClickRoot - Oneclickroot is a paid one-click rooting app which is available in both PC and APK versions. The application specifically supports Android 2.1 to Android 4.0.X but no support for HTC Android devices
- Framaroot - Framaroot APK was launched by alephzain, Senior Member in 2013 and no PC version is available. Recently, no new updates have been released for the application but still works up to Android 4 from Android 2. The app includes several exploits and each exploit is compatible with different smartphone phone brand and models
Most of One-click rooting tools were released back in 2015 and rarely updated as of now. Since most of them do not receive developer support, users may face issues when using them. Make sure to check updates to the app and developer support before go ahead.