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XDA Elite Recognized Developer Chainfire has always surprised the Android community with his root solutions which he comes up with as soon as a new device is rolled out. Once again he has proved his skill and this time, it is the new Google Nexus 5 that got rooted on the latest Android 4.4 KitKat. If you are a person who is looking forward to put your hands on the Nexus 5, then this definitely is a piece of good news for you.

Google Nexus 5 Rooted on Android 4.4

Chainfire has achieved this through his new CF-Auto-Root; the root for rooting beginners. CF-Auto-Root is pretty simple and works with Windows, Linux, and Mac platforms.

Rooting your Nexus 5 on Android 4.4 Kitkat using CF-Auto-Root is only a matter of getting your way into the device’s bootloader and running the appropriate root file. For detailed instructions and download links, move over to the original thread on XDA.

If everything goes well, you’ll have your Nexus 5 rooted on Android 4.4.

Drop down your queries at the original thread and you may be answered by Chainfire himself.

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