How to Root Android (Phone or Tablet)
Four Easy Steps to Root Android Phone or Tablet:
Ready to root your Android phone or tablet?
Millions of Android tablets and smartphones are being activated every month. As the most popular mobile operating system in the world, Android has a number of unique advantages that have made its devices incredibly enjoyable to use.
From large screens to desktop widgets and hundreds of thousands of apps, Android users have it all. And whether you’re using an Android smartphone or a tablet, One Click Root wants to help you get the most out of your device.
One Click Root is the only Android rooting software that is 100% guaranteed to work. Instead of trusting your expensive Android tablet to shady software downloaded from obscure forums, One Click Root was developed over the course of several months by a team of expert Android programmers. Today, we’re proud to share the results of that work with you and help you unlock the full potential of your Android phone.
After rooting your Android tablet, you will be able to access more features than ever before. Rooting Android provides access to the ‘root’ levels of the operating system. That means users can adjust things like CPU speed or install powerful new apps like Wireless Tether.
And, after rooting your Android phone, you can install as many custom ROMs as you want. Custom ROMs are new interfaces that completely change the style and appearance of your phone while retaining the same basic Android functionality. Custom ROMs are a fun way to make it seem like you have a new phone without actually paying hundreds of dollars for the latest Android device.
Whether you’re interested in increasing the speed of your Android tablet or you just want to check out popular custom ROMs like CyanogenMod, rooting Android is the best way to use your powerful device to its full potential. And with One click Root, the process is 100% reversible, so you have absolutely nothing to worry about.
To start rooting your Android smartphone or tablet today, follow the instructions above and get ready to experience a new Android experience unlike anything you’ve seen before.
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March 5, 2014, No comments
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Andrew Tufts is a tech writer from Canada. He currently owns a Samsung Galaxy S III and can be yelled at on Twitter @emperoryogi