In this article, I will explain term you might be searching for How to Root Android Mobile with a computer and without a computer in both ways because you might know nothing about Android Rooting and these both ways.
Android Rooting means that you can reach to the root of your device. Here I am going to discuss Rooting an Android Mobile so I can root either by installing some applications or special software in my device or by flashing a custom ROM that includes root access.
After reading this article, you will be able to know that:
- What is Android Rooting?
- Why Root an Android Mobile?
- Is it Legal to Root an Android Mobile?
- Advantages of Rooting an Android Mobile.
- Disadvantages of Rooting an Android Mobile.
- How to Root Android Mobile with PC/COMPUTER?
- How to Root Android Mobile without PC/COMPUTER?
1. What is Android Rooting?
Rooting Android is a process that allows you to reach to the operating system of your device.
It gives you the advantage or favor to enhance the software code on your device.
And the benefit to installing other software that isn’t present on your Android device when you brought them up by the manufacturers.
2. Why Root an Android Mobile?
Now you know what is actually an Android Rooting is? Now the question arises why we should Root an Android Mobile?
So the reason is when you bought a new android mobile and you took it out of the box, there are plenty of settings you can improve it by making and adjustments according to your will and wish.
When you bought a new mobile phone, you can make only those changes what the constructor or producer allows you to do.
But by reaching to the root access, you can switch over the device’s software to the very deepest level.
3. Is it Legal to Root Android Mobile?
Keep in mind that some manufacturers don’t allow you to root their phone without their permission. So in this case, if you want to root your phone, you first need to get permission from the company you bought your phone.
So rooting with their permission is legal rooting.
For example, all Google’s Nexus smartphones and tablets allow easy, official rooting. This isn’t illegal.
4. Advantages of Rooting an Android Mobile:
By rooting your phone, you get certain benefits; They are given below:
Actually, when your mobile is not rooted, its control, you while when you root your Android mobile you control it in any way you want. Like some of the examples are given below.
Running Special Apps:
Most of the people, they root their android mobile for using a wide range of special applications that are unable to be installed or run on an unrooted android mobile.
It means by Rooting Android Mobile; you can use most of the special applications easily without any restriction.
Free Up Memory:
By default, every Android mobile has a limited internal storage for installing applications in it. We can’t change or expand that storage in an unrooted android mobile.
But by Rooting an Android mobile; we can expand that storage in a way that we can install or move applications to SD card memory which free up the internal phones memory and let us install tons of new applications.
Installing Custom ROMs is one of the greatest advantages of a Rooted Android phone. Once your android mobile is rooted, you can have one of the hundreds of custom ROMs available that will allow them to do a wide variety of functions. Including speeding up the processor and giving the phone a completely new and different feel.
5. Disadvantages of Rooting an Android Mobile:
Apart from its advantages, you will also have some disadvantages of rooting your phone, and they are mentioned below:
Your Phone Might Get Bricked:
Rooting your phone is about luck. One of my friend when first rooted his Android phone, he bricked it, and his phone became useless as a brick that time.
And then he took his phone to the service center, and it remained there for 15 to 20 days.
Now your phone has been bricked, so you are not that much capable of fixing your phone by yourself.
So, you need to go to the manufacturer’s service center to fix your phone.
Moreover, if they came to know that the reason of bricking is that you were trying to root your phone, they might charge you for this act.
You End Up with Phone’s Warranty:
As soon as you root your phone, you discharge or drain away your phone’s warranty.
And if something went wrong with your phone even when it is in the warranty period the company is not responsible for repairing your phone and if they repair it for you, they will charge you for that.
To avoid yourself by charging, in some cases you can unroot your phone; so the company will repair it for you without costing money.
But unfortunately, in most of the phones, there is no going back.
6. How to Root Android Mobile with PC/COMPUTER?
There are 4 easy steps of rooting an Android device with a computer:
STEP 1: (Download & Install)
First of all, you will need to download and install Android rooting software.
For this, you need to download and install KingoRoot on Windows. It is mainly used because of its popularity and reliability.
Its website list has more than 220 supported mobile phones and tablets, so there’s a good chance your device will be covered.
STEP 2: (Enable USB Debugging)
Before connecting your phone or tablet to your PC, you’ll need to enable the USB debugging mode on your Android device. This can be found in Settings, About Phone, and then Developer Options. If developer options aren’t displayed in the settings menu, simply go to about and open Software Information, and then select more. Tap ‘Build number’ seven times to enable Developer options. Now go to Developer Options and check the ‘USB debugging’ option and approve the setting change.
STEP 3: (Connect Your Mobile to PC)
Next, run the KingoRoot software on your PC. Connect your phone via its sync cable and look out for the software telling you it’s recognized the device is connected. Your device might ask you again if you want to “allow USB debugging” via a pop-up screen. Check the “Always allow from this computer,” option and select OK.
STEP 4: (Click on Root Button)
Click the ‘Root’ button, and the software will tell you it’s rooting. It should take between two and five minutes depending on your phone. And that’s it! Your Android device is now rooted. What you do from now on is up to you. You can reverse the process if you like by running the software again and selecting the “Remove Root” option.
7. How to Root Android Mobile without PC/COMPUTER?
If you want to root your mobile without using a computer, so here I am sharing another way of rooting your android mobile.
Following are the steps for rooting android device without using PC.
Step 1: (Download and Install)
First of download and install KingoRoot.apk to your Android mobile.
Step 2: (Click on One-Click-Root)
Open KingoRoot application that you installed in step 1 and click on “One-Click Root.” It is the easiest ever application for Rooting an android mobile.
Step 3: (Root Succeeded)
When you click on One Click Root. It will start rooting process and will show you the progress in the form of a percentage. Just wait for a minute or two, and you will see a ROOT SUCCEEDED screen. Congratulations!!! You have successfully rooted your android mobile.
From above explanation, it is cleared that what Android rooting is?
You are now familiar with the advantages and side by side with the disadvantages of Android rooting. It is good in a way but also harmful sometimes.
As we are living in this technological era so we should upgrade ourselves with these new techniques.
Thank you for reading this article. I hope I got succeeded in transferring my views and information to my readers and make them understand about How to Root Android Mobile with & without PC.
If you have any questions, you can ask in the comment section.