How To Root Android Via Windows 10 Manually

Android rooting is the best way to customize your Android smartphone. As you know, Android is distributed as Open-source platform and anyone can customize it. But you are not authorized to customize it in your end due to the software restrictions come from your device manufacturer and network carrier. That is rooting is more important. Perhaps you may already aware of Android rooting or you may someone who is new to the Andriod rooting world. Whoever you are, here you can learn about something important Andriod rooting.

How To Root Android

Generally, this question can be answered as one-click rooting tools and recovery method. One-click rooting tools are really easy to use and you can root your device with a few clicks. Recovery method is also known as the Manul method which requires a bit complicated steps to root your Android device. But, all the Android developers and experts rely on recovery method(Manual Method) as it works more reliable and successful on any Android device.

What Happen When Rooting

Simply, you access the system files when you rooting your Android and you get administrative privilages to change them as you want using relavant commands and system mods. Technically, the process is dangerous but beneficial. Officially, your device manufacturer is the administrator of your device and you can only perform what he appoints you to do. Most of the time your device manufacturer does not allow you to any advanced Android tasks such as system modifications and things related to system files as it really danger fo the device. But, if you have the proper knowledge and the skills, it is just a simple task which allows you to use your device your own way

Technical Effect

Literally, it says rooting is getting the acess to system files in Android. But have you ever thought about how it happens? Perhaps you have thought even you do not have a clear idea. Technically, whet ever the rooting tool you are using, it basically does the same thing on your device when rooting. That is installation Su binary file on your device to which is authorized to grant root acess when an app required. In Linux, Su command is used to change the Current user to another user without interrupting the current user and also the comman can transfer the complete administrative privilege to another user. So, that is why Su binary file important in Android rooting.


  • Get a complete back up of your Android smartphone
  • Go to Settings >> About phone >> Software Information >> Build number Tap on Build number seven times to activate developer options under Settings
  • Go to Settings >> Developer options >> Check the ‘USB debugging’ box
  • Developer options, check the ‘Enable OEM unlocking’ box
  • Install USB drivers for your device on your computer
  • Unlock the Bootloader (Unlocking method varies according to the device brand and follow your device manufacturer’s site for reference)
  • Download and Install ADB and Fastboot on your PC ( SDK Platform Tools from the official Android developers’ site are prefered)and extract them into an easily identifiable folder
  • Visit TWRP recovery official site and download the relavant TWRP recovery image for your device on your computer
  • Download SuperSU Zip file and transfer it to the internal memory of your Android
  • Connect your smartphone to your PC over a USB cable and select Transfer Files’ or ‘Transfer Media’

Step Guide To Root Your Android Smartphone Manually

  • Open the folder where you have downloaded ADB and Fastboot drivers and open a command prompt Window there holding down the Shift key and right-click
  • Type adb reboot bootloader command to boot your device into bootloader mode
  • Next, select Fastboot mode on your smartphone using Volume buttons and select the option using the Power button
  • Now, type fastboot flash recovery command along with the TWRP recovery file name you have downloaded already now
  • Press Enter key to install TWRP recovery image on your device

Note: You can fastboot boot [path to TWRP you downloaded] command to boot your device in to TWRP recovery temporality to back up your stock kernel and recovery to be able to get OTA updates.

  • After flashing is done, select ‘Reboot to Recovery’ in the Bootloader mode to boot your device in to TWRP recovery mode
  • You will get “Keep System Read-Only’ message and give it “No” and tick “Show Never” message
  • Tap on “Install” button in recovery mode and select the SuperSu file you have downloaded
  • Then, select ‘Swipe to Confirm Flash’ and then flashing will begin
  • Tap ‘Wipe cache/dalvik’ and tap on ‘Reboot System
  • Finally, you will see SuperSu app on your device Homescreen

Final Word

You can check if you have succeeded in rooting running the root checker app from Google Play Store. After successful rooting, you become the system administrator of your device and you are free to modify your device as you want.