SuperOneClick

“Root” your Android phone using your Windows PC and a USB port

Operating system: Windows

Last revision: Last week

Star Rating 4.9678

SuperOneClick (by Xda Developers) allows you to “root”  (get administrative control over) your Android device in a few easy-to-follow steps using your Windows PC. A rooted device allows you to remove factory installed bloatware, install third-party applications or custom ROMs, block push Ads, Backup the device, and more. With SuperOneClick, you can fully root your Android device, partially root it, or "unroot" it. SuperOneClick supports a long list of Android phones.

Features:

  • Full or partial rooting of most Android phones
  • Reversible rooting of devices
  • Simple PC-based process
  • Allows installation of third-party applications
  • Remove pre-installed applications (bloatware)
  • Ad-blocking
  • Device backup
  • Install custom ROMs
  • Flash a Custom Kernel
  • Boost speed and extend battery life
  • Works with Windows (XP, Vista, 7) and Linux
  • Works for almost all Android devices (Nexus, Droid, etc.)

Are you tired of pre-installed bloatware taking up needed space on your phone? Tired of push Ads from apps? Want to backup your device when you want to, and how you want to? Want to run a cool third-party app not found in the Google store? If getting administrative control of your Android phone is your goal, SuperOneClick is your solution.

SuperOneClick transforms rooting an Android phone from an arcane, computer-geek process to a simple, easy to follow a process that almost anyone can do: (1) Backup all your phone’s data. (2) Download and install SuperOneClick onto your Windows PC. (3) Enable USB debugging mode on your phone. (4) Connect your phone to your PC using a USB cable. (5) Launch SuperOneClick. (6) Click “Root” button.

SuperOneClick is simple, reversible and works with most Android devices.

Using SuperOneClick does require that your computer is running Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0+ or Mono v1.2.6+.

Since rooting a device removes manufacturer constraints, it is an unofficial act that does void software and hardware warranties. Rooting a device could, in some cases, render the device unusable (“bricking”). If you decide to root your device, follow instructions carefully and do so at your own risk.

SuperOneClick does require Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0+ or Mono v1.2.6+. Rooting your device voids software and hardware warranties, and, in some rare cases, may render the device unusable. If you decide to root your device, follow instructions carefully and do so at your own risk.

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