Simple steps to Root Android with Android Root
Android Root provides a friendly approach which involves:
·Connect Device: Connecting your device with USB cable.
·Identify Device: Identifying your device, and updating its drivers.
·Backup: Backing up the contents located on your device.
·Root: Finally, rooting your phone with one click.
Please note that the battery of the device should not be lower than 25% and
don’t forget to enable the USB debugging mode before connecting it to your PC.
One Click to Unlock the Full Potential of Android
Just with one click on Android Root, you are able to gain lots of awesome features to your Android phone. Including:
Access More Apps: Download and Install Apps which limited by carriers, and enjoy thousands of "incompatible" from the Play Store.
Speed up Your Android: Uninstall bloatware to reduce unneccessary RAM and CPU usage and make your pone runs faster.
Unlock to Blocked Features: Have access to the Android blocked features, such as NFC mobile payments, slow motion video and so on.
Use Custom Roms: With custom Roms, you can completely alter the way how you use your Android. And you can be the first one to install the latest Android version.
Unload Preinstalled Apps: Uninstall some the annoying and space-wasting apps which are preinstalled by manufactures.
Block Ads in Apps: Remove all the annoying ads in downloaded apps and enjoy your no disturbing time when playing games on Android.
Support from Android Root to your Device
·Unroot your Andriod when you need to.
·Instantly root your smartphone without any hassle.
·Make the installations of ROMs and MODs easier than ever.
·Troubleshoot annoying and common bugs on Android device.
·Free up internal storage by removing bloatware from your handset.
Compatible Android Versions
Android Root supports All Smartphones Running Android 2.1.X or Higher
Most Android devices currently available on the market includes HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG and Sony. For examples, you can Root Samsung galaxy s6, root nexus 5, Root LG g5 and more.