Android Data Recovery
You sometimes may want to deny some apps in your Android phone as they are useless and data-cost. Some will slow down your phone when they are running. However, you have no rights to ban it. Here is how you get the roots to deny or allow an app on your phone – root Android. Yes, you can find ways everywhere to root your Android. However, some will brick your phone. But in this guide, a safe tool SuperOneClick is introduced.
SuperOneClick is an easy-to-use tool that can root your Android phone with safe steps. It allows partial and full rooting. Also, you can unroot the phone. This app supports most Android brands currently, for example, Samsung, Sony, LG, HTC, and so on.
Step 1. Connect Android phone to Computer
Please download and install SuperOneClick on your computer. Then expand the zip file and run the program by clicking the icon of it.
The SDK is required. Please install the SDK developers kit.
Connect your Android phone to the computer. Please enable USB debugging on your phone so the phone can be detected. And make sure your SD card is not mounted.
Step 2. Root Android with SuperOneClick
Once your device is connected to the computer and the program is opened, you can see the homepage as below. Click the button "Root".
Step 3. Check Rooting Status
You will see the progress. When the task is complete, the prompt "OK" will occurs. Finally, when things are done, "Success" will appear.
Step 4. Reboot Droid
Go to your Android phone. You should see the Superuser icon like a Droid skull and crossbones on the background. If you can see it, your phone is rooted. If not, reboot the Droid. But actually, you are advised to reboot even if you do see it. This can fix some issues getting rooted apps to work.