How to Get Root on Android?

Discussion in 'Android Discussion' started by kingroot, Jan 26, 2016.

  1. kingroot

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    You may hear of the word "root" quite often, but you may not know how to get root on your Android device.
    Here I will show you the steps.

    Before gaining root permissions, you may require tools following:

    1.Android SDK

    2.Android device drive

    Step 1: Install the USB drivers. Open settings-applications-development-USB debugging, and then select the first option. Connect to the computer by using USB cable and it will prompt to install the driver.If it is a 32-bit system please select x86 folder to install or select AMD64 folder if it is a 64-bit system.

    Step 2: Software preparation. After download Kingroot android root software, please put TMG Software folder on the C root directory so that is easier to find, folder path: C:\TMG\.

    Step 3: Check ADB.exe and fastboot.exe. We must make sure that ADB.exe and fastboot.exe are in the TMG folder.

    Step 4: Check driver installation. Unplug the USB cable, and then shut down your device, press the back button, and then press the power button will enter the bootloader (white background), connected to the computer and there will appear fastbootusb (scarlet) on the phone. Remember do not click mount or something like that.
    Open start-run-CMD, and then enter the command cdC:\TMG. Command runs successfully displays C:\TMG>_. Then enter the command fastboot devices, there will be some text if install the driver successfully.

    Step 5: Rooting. Enter the command "fastboot boot cm-hero-recovery.img" on the C:\TMG>, the device will enter recovery mode. Entering Recovery mode we will see 7 options, namely:

    [Home+Back]reboot system now\\ restart
    [Alt+S]apply\\ SD card installed the file
    [Alt+A]apply any ZIP fromsd\\ SD card installed as zip files
    [Alt+W]wipe \\ clear data
    [Alt+B]nandroid v2.2 backup\\ backup
    [Alt+R]restore late stbackup\\ to restore the last backup

    [Alt+F]repair ext filesystems\\ fixes is a backup ROM of the phone, use the trackball to move the cursor to [Alt+B]nandroidv2.2backup option, click Select, and if there is a problem, can be recovered in the future.

    Now enter the command, a line is a command, pay attention to case and space.

    adb shell mount /system

    adb push su /system/bin/

    adb shell chmod 4755 /system/bin/su

    adb push Superuser.apk /system/app/

    adb shell reboot

    Finally, restart your phone and you will get root on android.
  2. kandy

    kandy ★★★★★★ ProActive

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    Not working in YUREKA
  3. Sam

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