It is undeniable that we love Android phones and tablets, but rooting your device can give you the opportunity to do so much more than the device can do out of the box - whether it's wireless tethering, speeding it up with overclocking, or customizing the look of your phone with themes. So you've probably heard of people "rooting" their Android devices and want to know how to do it by yourself, then you've been the right place.
As it is known to all, as an Windows machine Administrator, you have access to the entire operating system and you can do whatever you like. That’s essentially what happens if you root your Android device. With root access, you can get around any restrictions that your manufacturer or carrier may have applied. You can run more apps; you can customize your device to a greater degree; and you can potentially speed it up in a variety of ways.
Just like the above contents says, you can get a full access to your Android device after rooting. So here we have collected and picked up several reasons that you need to root Android device in the daily life and work.
1. Once you're rooted not only can you get more apps, but the apps you have access to can get way down deeper into your phone's brains.
2. Improve performance tweak settings, replace system applications or remove apps which have been forced upon you.
3. Allows you to install customized kernels (the software that enables the OS to talk to the hardware, basically) that are optimized differently. Some are made for low-power consumption, and some are built for speed.
There are some preparation works you have to do:
- Download and install Java JDK and Android SDK on PC in turn. Pay attention not to complete this step in wrong order.
- Connect your Android device with computer via a USB cable.
- Enable USB debugging on your phone (Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging). And install a right USB driver on your Android device.
After that, you need to download and install SuperOneClick on your computer. With the help of the best rooting tool, you can reach your rooting goal in few minutes.
Step 1. Find the location of the SuperOneClick on your computer, and then open this program with double click.
Step 2. According to the following panel, just with one click on the "Root" button, this program will start to root your device.
Step 3. Wait for a while, this program will finish the rooting process with the pop-up window showing up for asking whether you want to run a test.
Step 4. Restart your device. Then this program will install a Superuser binary( see picture) on your Android phone, or you can download the Superuser binary from Google Play by yourself. As shown, you can choose "Allow" or "Deny" when apps ask for ROOT permission on your device. Then you can freely manage the whole data and system of your Android phone without any restriction.
Now when the HTC Recovery program asks for superuser access to your phone, please select "Allow", then it will successfully scan your phone data and finish the recovering process.