How To Root Android – Do One-Click Rooting Tools Work Well

Android rooting is the one and the only choice that any Android smartphone users would choose after getting fed up with his own Android smartphone. Perhaps you may know that your Android smartphone is not the one it appears. It has numerous capabilities and you can unlock them following a special technical method named Rooting. Actually, this is not a strange word for the Android Community. Most of Android users are aware of the process and most of them have already performed it and convert their devices in to a new appearance.

What Is Android Rooting

Android rooting is the process which is used to avoid the software barriers between the Android user and the system files which has been laid by the device manufacturer or the Network carrier. When an Android smartphone user is free from these barriers, he can do lots of things on his Android smartphone even he cannot believe. Perhaps you might already have heard the word Android root. But have you ever thought what is happening when you root your Android device? Let’s find out what is happening when you root your device.

What Happening When You Root Your Android Device

Simply, Su binaries are placed in the system partition of the device when you root your device. Su binaries play a special role in Android rooting and if Su binaries are not installed properly in your device, you cannot have root acess. Su binary is responsible to grant root acess when an app asks for it. It simply allows an app to acess root files if you have already granted the root acess for it. If you have not granted root acess previously, Su binary informs the Superuser.apk to prompt you asking your permission to grant root acess. This is the general process of Android rooting although the rooting techniques vary. There are two rooting techniques and they are used universally.

Root Binary Flashing Method

In this method, Android users need to flash Su binary on their Android smartphones using a PC. Generally, you need to boot your device in to either stock recovery mode or custom recovery mode in order to flash a file on your device. The recovery mode depends on the root binary file you are using. If you are Samsung Galaxy smartphone user who is using official Samsung Odin as your flashing utility, you can boot your device in to stock recovery and flash the relavant root binary file. On the other hand, if you are a non-Galaxy user, you have to install custom recovery on your device before flashing the root binary file.

One-Click Rooting Method

One-Click rooting methods are very popular by now as it helps any user to root Android smartphone. Previously, the PC method was frequently used but it was a bit hard and most of Android users hesitate to use the PC method. As the PC method required fastboot command knowledge and file flashing knowledge, users were not interested in it and hesitate to use it. But with the development of one-click rooting tools PC method was abandoned and limited for experts while all the Android root newbies navigate to one-click rooting tools.

One-click rooting tools have been designed to exploit the security holes of the Android operating system place the Su binary in the system partition of the device without having the PC flashing process. One-click rooting tools are available in both Android and PC version and works faster and simply withou laying heavy weight on the user’s shoulders. However, we cannot say one-click rooting tools are 100% good as it has some weaknesses.

Popular One-Click Rooting Tools

Kingo Root – Kingo Root is one of the popular one-click rooting tools which is available for both PC and Android smartphones. The official site mentions that the tool is compatible with Android Jelly Bean to Android Oreo. It is a completely free tool and you can root your smartphone easily with it. Kingo Root supports a number of popular smartphone brands including Samsung, HTC, Sony and many more.

OneClickRoot – This s the one and only one click rooting tool which provides an online scan before rooting the device to determine the compatibility of the app before rooting it. Although most of the Android root tools are available for free, you cannot use the OneClickRoot for free as it needs to be purchased. Technically, it supports Android 2.2.X, 2.3.X, and 4.0.X but does not support any of HTC smartphones. OneClickRoot is available in both PC and APK versions and comes in an attractive and simple user interface

Framaroot – Framaroot was designed by XDA developer alephzain and it uses a number of exploits which have been named using Lord Of The Ring characters. Framaroot works on android 2 to 4 and it installs Superuser.APK and Su binary on a number of smartphone models comes from the world’s leading smartphone manufacturers.

Wrapping Up

I hope now you understand what are one-click rooting tools and why they are so popular and frequently discussed. The higher the Android version goes, the harder the one-click root development becomes. So, make sure to check the compatibility properly before using it on your latest Android smartphone.