Rooting Your Android Device
What is Rooting?
Rooting in simple words is getting complete control of your device. Am I not having complete control now?? Well, though the phone is all yours and you are able to make changes as you wish, you are not actually in "complete" control . You lack some administrative privileges, blocked by the manufacturer. You might have noticed that you cannot delete certain apps that come installed with your phone even if you never use them. This is because you lack admin control. Rooting enables you to decide the complete outlook of your device. Before proceeding here are few keywors you should know.
Ohk...Now I understood what rooting is...But why do I need admin privileges?
Let me give you a few reasons:
So, planning to Root your phone?? Wait a second....There are a few things you should know before you ROOT.
Rooting your phone will void your phone's warranty, and there is always the risk of "bricking" your device. Anything gone wrong, any instruction skipped or ignored can potentially make your device unusable. Though there are methods to unbrick your phone if its 'soft bricked', you can't guaratee it. And forget about it if the phone has entered a 'hard brick'. I'm not planning to frighten you further, but if you are not sure DO NOT PROCEED. Click to know more about bricking.
Disclaimer : (Sorry guyz..but this is essential...) I am not reponsible for any damage caused to your device by following the instructions in this site. Rethink before you proceed to the next section.
How to root?
So, you have decided to root your phone...Well then happy rooting :D Lets proceed:
There are several ways to root your android device. The simplest of those is a one click solution, by using an app like SuperOneClick or UnlockRoot or EasyRoot or Unrevoked or Recovery Flasher or Universal Androot.