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Creating a root user on Android

Max. D Gray
By Max. D Gray. Updated: January 16, 2017
Creating a root user on Android

Creating a root access is essential for doing many things that as a normal user we have blocked. Having root access to our terminal allows access to many options that are not available normally. So if you want to create a root on Android we tell you how to in a few steps.

Steps to follow:


The first thing to do is root our terminal. Download SuperOneClick and install the application on your computer, you can download it from this link. If you use a Linux or Mac operating system, you only have to install Mono to open SuperOneClick on your computer.


Now we have to check if the terminal we want to ROOT supports this method checking on the program.


Now install the driver of our terminal on the computer. To do this, download the program that is necessary in the case of every make and model (Moto Cast, Samsung kies, etc.).


After installing the drivers of the terminal that we're going to root in the computer, open the SuperOneClick program and click on the ROOT button.


In minutes it should have completed the process to have your Android with a root user and you've managed to root the phone or tablet.

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