Root Any And All Android One Devices
Google announced the arrival of Android One devices during this year’s I/O. The device is set to be released on November and will have the latest features and hardware and, of course, the latest version of Android.
If you want to unlock the true potential of an Android device, you will need root access. Rooting will allow you to fully control your device, install custom mods and remove stock apps.
In this guide, we’re going to show you how you can root all Android One devices.
Note: The methods needed to flash custom recoveries, roms and to root your phone can result in bricking your device. Rooting your device will also void the warranty and it will no longer be eligible for free device services from manufacturers or warranty providers. Be responsible and keep these in mind before you decide to proceed on your own responsibility. In case a mishap occurs, we or the device manufacturers should never be held responsible.
- You are required to unlock your devices bootloader
- A download of Super SU: Link
Root Android One:
- Place the Super SU file you downloaded in your devices Fastboot folder.
- Enter Recovery. You can do so by first, connecting the device to a PC and type the following into the command Prompt: adb reboot recovery
- In Recovery, go to Install Zip > ADB Sideload
- Type: adb sideload
- Your device should now be rooted.
Have you rooted your Android One device?
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