How To Root Android Device With Computer
Benefits of rooting android phones
There are many advantages of rooting android phone some of them are described below.
- Increases the phone speed & battery life.
- Users can block the background process as well as apps
- Gives full access to the Android operation system. The user can edit the system files.
- Can be used to increase the RAM and ROM of Android.
- You can easily remove the pre-installed Android apps.
- Increase the Wi-Fi speed to a maximum level.
- Helps to remove/stop/block ads from displaying on Android apps.
- And much more.
There are many methods to root your device using a computer and by using some apps. Here we will use our computer to root our Android Device.
Root Android with Kingo Root
Kingo Root is an excellent app for rooting Android device. It gives a success rate of 90% which is pretty good. It is specially designed to root the Android devices easily in some clicks once it is set up you can root your device easily. To root your device easily using Kingo Root just follows the following steps.
If you are using any kind of antivirus software on your computer first disable it because antivirus can affect the process.
- Download Kingo Root computer program into your computer.
- Install the program on your computer (Disable any antivirus). If you have not connected your device it will show device not connected.
- Connect your Android device to your computer and enable USB debugging mode.(If you do not know how to enable USB Debugging mode then read the last part of the article)
- When you plug your device, the Kingo Root will detect your device, and you can start the process by clicking the “Root” button.
- Kingo Root will Automatically Root your phone and install Super SU on your device.
- Now your device has been successfully rooted if you want to check either the Kingo Root is successful or not just download and install the Root Checker App. So this was a simple and easy method to root your android device easily if the app does not root your device then you can switch to iRoot.
Root Android with iRoot
iRoot is also call VRoot or Root master. iRoot is an excellent app for Android users to root their Device with a computer. This app supports too much different kinds of Android devices it is also specially designed to root the android phones easily in single click, however it has a root rating of 80%. Just follow the following steps to root your Android.
- Download and install the iRoot program for your computer from the official site of iRoot.
- Plug your Android into your computer through a data cable and enable the USB Debugging mode.(If you do not know how to enable USB Debugging mode then read the last part of the article)
- After detecting of your device by iRoot it will show (Phone Model) is connected.
- Click the root button from your computer after detecting your device through iRoot.
- Waite for a few minutes until iRoot show the message (Phone Model) is rooted! Click on the Complete button.
- Unplug your device and check the root access using Root Checker
How to Enable USB debugging mode/Developers Mode for Android devices
When you buy an Android device from the market the USB Debugging mode is disabled(OFF) by default. By enabling USB debugging mode you can transfer data from your PC to Phone and can install apps easily for testing purpose.
The main purpose of USB Debugging mode is to create a connection between Android and computer with Android SDK. You will wonder to know that Android apps are not directly created on Android devices, in fact, it is first coded on a computer and then transferred to Android devices using Developer’s Mode.
In some versions of Android Devices, USB Debugging mode is also called Developer Mode.
- First of all open the setting of Android.
- Go to the developer option from the setting menu. (Developer Option is hidden for Android 4.2.2 and Above version to show this option Go to Settings then About phone and then Built Number. Tap on it 7 times until it shows you a Developer Option.)
- Then go to the USB debugging.
- Tick the USB debugging and you have enabled the USB debugging mode.
This process is same for all kind of android devices.