Rooting your Android phone/tablet gives you more control over your device and allows you to explore your device more deeply. When I first went through the root process on my first Android phone, I had to downgrade the firmware to a lower version (as that firmware did not have a root at that time) and then do the rooting process.
But it consisted of some complex steps and I had the fear if my phone would get bricked. I still went through the process and got successful. Now, the rooting process for many devices have become much more easy with one click rooting applications like SuperOneClick, Universal Root, S2 Root etc.
In this article, we are dealing with using the SuperOneClick tool to root your supported Android device. I used the word ‘ supported ‘ because you must take care of that and make sure that your device is supported by the SuperOneClick tool before doing the rooting process with it. You could check this XDA forum post for getting details about it and also clear your doubts there (just get an account).
All credit goes to XDA member CLShortFuse for creating the SuperOneClick tool. It is such a useful tool which helps you to root your device in a single click.
Now, let us move on to using SuperOneClick.
Warning: We are not responsible for any type of damage caused to your device. Do this at your own risk. Move forward only if your device and the respected firmware is supported.
1. Make sure all your drivers are installed. If not, install them.
2. Enable ” USB Debugging ” on your device ( Got to Settings->Applications->Development to enable it).
3. Now connect your device to the computer.
4. Now download SuperOneClick from here.
5. Now launch the app and click on the ” Root ” button.
6. After SuperOneClick finishes the process, reboot your device.
And you’re done! You have rooted your Android device with SuperOneClick.