How to Root or Unroot Android Phone with Computer?
Rooting Android phones or tablets means gaining root access to your Android device and obtaining “Superuser” rights and permissions to your Android’s software. Instead of being a user of your phone, rooting Android makes you exactly the administrator of your phone.
Want to install some incompatible apps on your Android phone? Load a custom ROM? Need to remove some useless and space-wasting apps that are pre-installed by manufacturers? Or you want to block all the annoying ads in your downloaded apps. These advantages can be achieved in your rooted phone.
To safely root your Android phone, you need a trustful Android rooting application to help you. One-Click Root can be the app. It is able to have your Android mobile phone rooted in a simple procedure: connect device > identify device> backup > root. As a paid app, it provides further root support which is rare in free rooting apps, including repairing Android phones, installing root-only apps, removing bloatware, and more.
Then, follow me in the below steps to root your Android phone within a few minutes for free. After the phone is connected, just click on Root Now, the rest is all automatic.
Part 1: How to root Android phone?
STEP 1. Connect your Android phone
Launch Dr.Fone on your computer.
Connect your Android smartphone to the computer with its USB cable. If your Android OS version is 4.2.2 or above, you will get a pop-up message on your phone. Please tap on “OK” to allow USB debugging. Then Android root will will automatically recognize your Android phone.
STEP 2. Detect and root your Android phone
Once your phone is connected, click “Start” button to analyse your phone and find a proper solution for rooting. The detecting process will take a few minutes depending on different phone model. Please keep your Android device connecting during the process.
When the detecting completes, the Android root has found a proper solution to root your phone. Just click “Root Now” button to start rooting your phone.
During the rooting process, a pop-up message on your phone to ask whether or not you would like to root the phone. Tap on Confirm to continue. Just in a few minutes, you phone will be rooted successfully.
Part 2: How to Unroot Android phone?
The biggest disadvantage of rooting Android is the fact that you lose your device warranty.
If you have rooted your Android phone by dr.fone – Android Root, it can also help you to unroot it. Then you won’t lose the warranty whenever you need it.
STEP 1. Connect your rooted Android phone
To unroot your phone, select Root function and connect your rooted Android phone. The rooting program will soon detect and analyze the device rooting status.
STEP 2. Unroot Android phone
Unroot your rooted Android phone just by clicking on the “Unroot” button. After a few seconds, your phone will be unrooted again.