Android runs on Linux kernel, rooting an Android phone gives root access or access to super user permission. If your phone is working slow, the battery is draining fast and showing ads. Then you must need to root your device.
Advantages of Rooting Android Phone
- Speeds Up your phone by reducing unnecessary RAM and CPU usage.
- Removes Ads in downloaded apps.
- Extends battery life.
- Uninstall preinstalled apps from your phone.
- Personize ROM and Settings.
Steps To Root Android Phone
Check Root Status
First of all, go to Play Store and download Root Checker to verify that root access is properly installed or not.
If Root Access is not properly installed, follow the next step.
Enable USB Debugging
Go to Settings>About. Tap on Build Number at least 5 times. This will enable Developer Options in Settings. Go To Developer Options and Enable USB Debugging.
Backup Your Data
Download and Install Wondershare TuneGo on PC. TunesGo is an All in One Phone Manager. You can backup your phone contacts, photos, music, SMS. It’s is also compatible with Android Nougat. It is the best Android Root Tool.
Connect your Phone to PC. Before Rooting your phone. Backup your phone’s data using this software.
Rooting Your Phone
Open Wondershare TuneGo. Go to Toolbox tab. Click on One-Click Root. Read Warning. Rooting may Affect your phone warranty. Please confirm that only one device is connected to PC. Click on Root. Your phone may restart several times while rooting, so don’t disconnect your phone.
Verify Root Access
You need to verify root access after rooting your phone. Open Root Checker App and Tap on Verify Root. Now you will have to grant Superuser permission to the app. Now you have successfully rooted your Android phone. SuperSU app will automatically installed after verifying. SuperSU show list of apps with root access. With this method, you can root any Android phone.