How to Root Android Phone with PC

How to Root Android Phones

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What is Android Rooting? Here we have explained what rooting is and its various features. The stock Android that Google provides has certain limitations like you cannot get rid of system applications, it is difficult to improve the battery consumption of your phone, customization of system is difficult etc.

Android users face many such problems and the solution to these problems is called ‘Rooting.” Here you can learn How to Root an Android Phone with a PC using root apps. Rooting your Android phone improves its performance and battery life. You can also upgrade your current Android version, although it is an unofficial upgrade. There are so many benefits to rooting your android phone such as –

  • You can remove apps like Chrome and Facebook that use a lot of battery because they are always running in the background. These applications are called ‘Bloatware’ because if you do not use them, they exist only to bloat your software and are unnecessary.
  • You can improve your phone’s battery life and speed.
  • You can improve video streaming speed, SIM detection speed, Wi-Fi speed, SD write and read speed.
  • You can remove pre-installed system apps.
  • You can customize your phone by rooting it.
  • You should take a backup of your entire phone’s data such as videos, contacts, pictures and more on your PC before Rooting. There may not be a data loss but it is better to be safe.
  • The warranty of your phone will be void after your root your device.
  • Unrooting an Android device- You can open Kinguser on your phone, go to settings and remove root permission. You must unlock the bootloader on your phone before you root your phone.

Here are the different methods to root your Android Phone using a PC.

Method 1:- Root your Android Phone using Kingo PC App

Step 1– You must enable the USB debugging mode on your phone. You can go to settings, about phone and tap build number seven times until you are a developer. Now, go back to settings and to developer options and select USB debugging.

Step 2 – You can download the Kingo Root Windows App and install it on your PC.

Step 3- Connect your phone to your PC.

Step 4– Begin the rooting process by clicking on ‘Root’. Step 5– Your phone will now be rooting and Kingo Root will install SuperSU. You can confirm the rooting by making sure your phone has an app called SuperSU.

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Method 2:- Root your Android phone using iRoot


vRoot is now called iRoot App. You can root almost all Android devices with various Android versions using iRoot. Here are the steps using which you can root your Android phone.

Step 1– Launch iRoot after installing it.

Step 2 – Enable USB debugging and start ‘Root’.

iRoot’s rooting procedure is the same as that of Kingo Root. All you have to do is enable USB debugging and select the root button. iRoot will root your phone in 5 minutes by using the exploit procedure from its own servers.

Method 3:- Root your Android phone using VRoot


You can obtain a great and easy experience in one single click with Vroot. Vroot’s latest version supports almost 8000 Android devices. It is one of the quickest, most effective, and simple root applications to use. Its success rate is almost 75%. You can root your phone with a PC using these steps-

Step 1– Download the VRoot Rooting App on your PC.

Step 2 – Install the app, and launch it.

Step 3 – Enable the USB debugging mode after connecting your android phone to the PC. You can enable the debugging mode by going to your settings and selecting it from developer options.

Step 4- Select ‘ Root’ from VRoot app on your PC.

Step 5- Have patience. Your phone will reboot if the rooting was successful. Once the rooting is finished, you can disconnect your phone from your PC.

Step 6 – You can download and install a Root Checker app from the Play store to check if the rooting was a success.

Your phone has now successfully been rooted using VRoot.

Method 4:- Root your Android phone using CF Auto Root

CF Auto Root

It is one of the most popular and successful rooting methods for Nexus, Samsung and Motorola phones. Each device has a different rooting process. There are CF Auto Root zip files available for all devices by Chainfire. Chainfire by CF Auto Root is a very simple method even though it may look complex. Samsung Odin is a must-have for this method to work.

Step 1 – Press Ctrl+F when you are on the CF Auto Root Page. Then type the name of your device and make sure it is the exact device code.

Step 2– There will be a CF Auto Root file next to the name of the device. Download it.

Step 3 – Switch your phone off and boot into download mode. You can press Volume down+home +power for Samsung devices.

Step 4– Select ‘Auto Reboot’ and ‘F: Reset Time’ after launching Odin. Select PDA and look for the CF Auto Root download file.

Step 5 – You can start the rooting process by choosing Start.

You can now check root access by using any Root Checker application.

Method 5:- Root your phone using Root Genius


Root genius has a very high success rate. It is extremely popular and very simple to use with Mediatek phones. It is a windows application.

You can root your Android phone using a PC by taking the following steps-

Step 1– Install Root Genius for Windows after downloading it.

Step 2 – You must run Root genius Android as an administrator. Connect your phone to your Personal Computer using a USB Cable.

Step 3- Now enable the USB debugging mode. You can enable it by going to your phone’s settings page and selecting it from developer options. Root genius will provide you with instructions that you can follow. They are tailored to your specific android device. You must read the notifications properly before you root your phone.

Step 4- You can start the rooting process by selecting’ ROOT. The rooting process should take 3 minutes to be complete. You must not unplug the USB cable until the rooting process is over.

Step 5 – When it is over, choose Finish and your phone will automatically reboot.

You can check if the root was a success or a failure by installing any Root Checker app from the play store. You can also check via the Kinguser app, which will have automatically been downloaded, into your phone after the rooting process.


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Divy Patel