Android Phone/Tablet rooting guide
What is “Root” ?
Android root user is equivalent to the Administrator user on Windows. The root user has access to the entire Android System. By default, you don’t have root access to your Android device, and the screenshot capturing and Whatsapp logging features won’t function without root access.
Before you root your Android phone or tablet, there are a few things you should be aware of:
Warranty – Some manufacturers assert that rooting voids your device’s warranty. However, rooting will not actually damage your hardware. Mostly you can “unroot” your device and manufacturers won’t be able to tell if it’s been rooted.
Bricking – “Bricking” refers to breaking the device, making it about as useful as a brick. When you root, jailbreak, or install a custom ROM, or otherwise hack around, you do so at your own risk. It’s a good idea to do a little bit of research first and see if other people report success rooting your device.
One-click root with root software on a PC
Some software was developed to make rooting easily, here is list of rooting software you may try:
Rooting Failed? Search for a customized Rooting guide
One-click root may fail, then you should search to find a root guide for your phone model and android version.
Search in XDA-Developers.com http://www.xda-developers.com/root/
or Enter your phone model and Android version below to search for a rooting guide
Don’t know how to install an Apk file? Check out this guide.
Rooted and enabled screenshots capturing? Disable the notification.