How to root your Android device with Dr. Fone



What is rooting?

Android is a Linux based operating system developed by Google to be used on Smartphones and tablets. The first Android device came in 2007 and since then it has seen major developments in functionality and user experience. The latest Android version is Android 13.

Android is a very secure operating system but it doesn’t mean you can’t customize it according to your preferences. You can find various apps on Google Play Store like Launchers and themes. These apps allow the user to customize the basic appearance of the interface. But if you want much more customization options, then rooting can help you. As an Android user, you may have heard about the term root and unroot Android before. But even if you are new to Android, you can learn more about the topic in this article.Rooting is the process of unblocking and accessing the blocked privileges of Android OS’s subsystems. All Android devices have some limitation placed on them by manufacturers or mobile carriers. Access to Android subsystems is blocked but rooting helps you get privileged control of these subsystems.

Getting total control of your Android device makes it possible for you to customize your device according to your preferences. Having total control of your device’s subsystem allows you to install custom ROM’s, remove bloatware, and install incompatible apps. Rooting also increases the battery life, speed and performance of your Android device.

Dr.Fone – Root is the best tool if you want to root or unroot Android devices. It can securely and efficiently root your Android device. After rooting your Android device you will be able to customize your Android device according to your preferences. As a benefit, you can then flash custom ROMs, remove preinstalled apps, increase speed, performance, battery life, and installing blocked apps.

Rooting is a risky procedure and if not done properly, it can turn your device into a useless brick. So you should give proper care when you decide to root your device and make necessary preparations before rooting. Below are given some important things that you should prepare to make rooting safer:

Backup your device – The most important thing before rooting is to backup everything on your device. This will ensure that if something goes wrong while rooting and you need to wipe clean your device. Your data will be safe and you can recover everything again.Check the battery level – Rooting takes a lot of time and the time varies from device to device. Your device must be 100% or at least 80% charged. This is to ensure that it doesn’t go dead in the middle of the process and your device gets bricked.Find a suitable method – Every device is different in specifications and hardware. So it is best to check for a suitable rooting method for your device to ensure a safe rooting procedure.Learn to go into stock recovery – This is so that you can wipe clean our device if anything goes wrong during rooting.Know unroot procedure – If you learn the procedure to unroot Android beforehand, you can recover your device.Enable USB debugging – Before rooting, you have to enable USB debugging in the developer options of your device. Enabling it is necessary as the rooting software won’t detect your device otherwise.

Follow the below steps if you want to root Android using Dr.Fone – Root:

Install and launch Dr.Fone phone utility on your computer.Connect your device to the computer using the USB cable. Enable USB debugging so that Dr.Fone can detect your device.Now click on “Start” and wait for it to find a proper solution to root your device.This detecting process may take some timeClick “Root Now” to start the process.Tap “Confirm” on your device when prompted. This will resume the rooting and your device may restart several times during the process.

When the process is complete you can see the following window.

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