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Getting Started
Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Introduction
Recover Your Files under Different Loss Scenarios
What Types of Files does Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Support to Recover
What Android Devices does Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Support
How to Connect Your Android Device to Tenorshare Android Data Recovery
Android Internal Memory and SD Card
How to Root Your Android Device
Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Overall Guide
A General Guide for Recovering Android Data
Android Contacts Recovery
How to Recover Android Contacts
Android Messages Recovery
How to Recover Android Messages
Android Photos Recovery
How to Recover Android Photos
Android Videos Recovery
How to Recover Android Videos
Technical Support & FAQ
Technical Support & FAQ

How to Root Your Android Device the Easy Ways

When using Android devices, carriers and phone makers still manage to lock down plenty of restrictions, skins, and preloaded software that you just don't want. For more-daring and tech-saving users might be interested in rooting their Android devices to push the devices to new limits. Or sometimes, it is necessary to root Android device. For example, it is required to root your device if you need to use Tenorshare Android Data Recovery or Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Pro ( if you want to connect your Android device with PC via Wi-Fi) to recover contacts, text messages and call history from Android phone or tablet.

Why to Root Andrord Device?

There are various reasons for you to decide to root your Android device:

What Are the Risks of Rooting?

There are some potential risks of rooting your Android:

Though risky it might be, gaining full root access to your Android is thrilling. It's a great way to get the full experience of your Android handset. What's the most important, to recover Android data, it's a must.

What Android Devices Can You Root?

Technically, you can root all Android phones and tablets running Android 2.0 Eclair - Android 8.1 Oreo. Here's a list of the common devices that you can root.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7/5/Edge/4 Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge/S6/S5/S4 Samsung Galaxy Exhibt
Samsung i9300 Samsung Focus I917 Samsung Galaxy S Blaze
Motorola Moto X Motorola DROID RAZR M Motorola DROID RAZR HD
Motorola DEFY XT Motorola XT886 Motorola DROID RAZR
Motorola ELECTRIFY M ... ...
HTC One Max/SV/S/V/X+ HTC Desire X/C ...
Sony Xperia Z1/TL ... ...
LG Optimus G/F9/F7 ... ...
Google Nexus 6P/6/5X/5/4 ... ...

2 Easy Methods to Root Android Phone and Tablet

There are significant differences between Android smartphones, between manufacturers, and even between carrier specific versions of the same phone model. However, here we recommend Towelroot, One Click Root and SuperOneClick which support a wide range of devices and should work for most people.

Method 1: How to Root Android Devices with Towelroot

Towelroot is the first downloadable package that allows Galaxy S5 users to quickly root their devices. This tool works even on phones running Android KitKat (Android 4.4). However, before you continue, there are a few things you should know. Firstly, rooting your device usually voids your warranty. Secondly, it won't work with Motorola or HTC phones.

Method 2: How to Root Android with SuperOneClick

When you're done with the preparation, you are only 2 steps away from getting your Android devices rooted.

Note: Rooting will add an app to your phone called Superuser. It's also a good idea to allow non-Market apps to install if you haven't set that up yet. You might read this post about top 6 rooting apps to root Android without PC.