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Dig.IT Android Rooting Tutorial

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Dig.IT, the Computers and I.T. Club of St. James' School, Kolkata, brings you the easiest and most straightforward method to rooting your android phone, with fantastic results.

Learn how to root your phone, step-by-step, what to do after rooting, and to fix a bricked phone.

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Dig.IT Android Rooting Tutorial

  1. 1. ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM) is a replacement recovery option for Android devices. Features include Nandroid backup, adb shell, advanced update.zip options and file browser for choosing update.zip It works with most devices, officially or unofficially. Check their compatibility list at http://www.clockworkmod.com/rommanager Read more at http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/ClockworkMod_Recovery#Installation_Methods
  2. 2. For phones running Android 2.3 or below, •Go to Settings  Applications  Development For phones running ICS or above •Go to Developer Options Switch on “USB Debugging” or “Android Debugging” Now visit to check if your device is supported http://www.oneclickroot.com/phones/ or http://www.oneclickroot.com/tablets/ If it is, download the setup file. •Plug in your phone •Run One Click Root •Click Root Now
  3. 3. Kingo is considered the most reliable rooting software for windows, and is recommended by CNET However, it does not have a gigantic support base, so there is a large chance of your device not being supported. Check the device list at: http://www.kingoapp.com/android-root/devices.htm Switch on usb debugging as directed Plug your phone in and click root. There is an inbuilt option to unroot as well.
  4. 4. If your device is unfortunate enough to evade the support of both the previous programs, there is a high chance of it being found on the following site. http://www.androidcentral.com/root Check the device list for discussions on how to root your phone. If you STILL don’t find support, check on XDA Developers’ Forum or the Google. Finally, if you are THAT unfortunate, contact your manufacturer.
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