Sep 21, 2011

How to root your Android phones/tablets

As most of  applications require root permission, I received alot of email asking me how to root their phones. As the divergence of Android devices, I can not experiment the "rooting a phone" process  on all of them (of cause all of my 6 devices are rooted). I would put a link to a (almost) complete reference to "How to root your Android Phone / Device" on AddictiveTips.

Enjoy rooting!
Disclaimer: Rooting your device will void its warranty. In addition, performing the rooting procedure incorrectly may have unexpected consequences. Please follow this guide at your own risk. I will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.


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becky said...

I have a HTC wildfire s? Can i root this my memory is really bad can't do anything on the phone with no memory? Any help?