If you are looking out for a simple rooting tool in rooting your android device, vRoot should come just in handy for you.
vRoot is also known as Root Master. The name alone should certify that the tool works based on its description. It isn’t a mobile application or sort. Rather, its a windows application which can help you root any android phone within few minutes.
The fact that I stated that vRoot works in rooting all android phones and devices may not include new devices. However, the rooting tool supports over 8000 android devices. These android brands ranges from 35Phone to Acer, Actions, Alket, Amazon, Bambook, CCPO, colorfly, Dell, HTC, innos, LG, MTK, OPPO, Alcatel, Huawei and a whole lot more.
If you are wondering if the rooting tool can root your device without trying the steps out, you can post your android phone brand alongside the model using the comment form and I will reply you on whether or not, vRoot can root your android device.
Without wasting much time, on this post, I’d like to hide you on how to download and root your android device using vroot rooting tool.
Disclaimer: Please be aware that rooting your device voids it of its warranty. TechsNG will not be held liable for any issues encountered.
Talking about using the tool, I won’t be using images for illustrations. However, you can be rest assured that I will outline the steps in a simple way for you to easily understand.
Download vRoot Android Phone Rooting Tool For Windows
==> Please download the Tool Here, choose to install and follow the on screen instructions to successfully install on your computer.
==> After successful installation, tick on the Launch Root option and click Finish.
Using vRoot In Rooting Any Android Device
First and foremost, You should enable USB Debugging Mode on your android phone or device.
How Do I Enable USB Debugging Mode On My Android Device?
For most android devices, Navigate to settings » Developers Option or Development » Tick On USB Debugging to enable. You should get a notification message but just tap on OK.
For android devices running on android 4.2.2 or above, you have to Navigate to About Phone and Tap on Built Number 5 times on more to unhide the USB debugging Mode.
Back To The Rooting Process
==> Make sure the USB debugging mode on your android device is turned on and by now, your vRoot tool should have launched on your computer.
==> Connect your android device to the computer using the android device USB cable.
==> Upon successful connection and recognision, vRoot will automatically detect your android phone and will have it displayed on the screen.
==> If the android phone can be rooted using vRoot, You should see the Root option clearly displayed just after the user agreement link.
==> Click on Root and vRoot will automatically Reboot your phone and install the SuperSU application on your phone.
After the rebooting is complete, click on complete and disconnect your android phone from your computer as your device has been successfully rooted.
How To Verify If The Android Device Has Been Successfully Rooted?
To verify, simply navigate to the android phone menus, search through and you should be able to find SuperSU amongst the apps.
If that isn’t convincing enough, you can choose to download Root Checker from Google play store to verify if the device is Rooted or Not.
As earlier stated, vRoot rooting tool allows you root over 8000 android devices, if you’d like to know if your device can be rooted or not using this tool, you can post your phone brand alongside its model number using the comment form and I will reply you here on this post.