Welcome to The Geeks Community,this is our first post.For those who don’t know what is rooting your device is :Rooting is the process of allowing users of smartphones, tablets and other devices running the Android mobile operating system to attain privileged control (known as root access) over various Android subsystems.So,lets get started. androidpit-how-to-root-1-w782


  1. This will void the warranty of your device. However, you can reinstate the warranty by unrooting your device if there’s any unrooting procedure available.
  2. It will work for most of the smartphones brand like,Samsung,Sony,Xiaomi,YU,Micromax,Gionee,OnePlus,Motorola,lenovo,etc

List of the methods along with tutorial:-

  1. Framaroot

This application can be used for most of the phones having mediatek preocessors,due to exploits attached in the app.

Check supported devices here

Download Link: Latest Version | Alternate Downloads (older verions)

Here are the steps:-

  1. Check if your device is supported or not.If yes then download from the above link and install it. If get any error make sure that install from unknown sources is enabled.Here you can check it.Head to Menu>>Settings>>Security on your device and enable the Unknown sources option.
  2. Once the app’s been installed, launch it from your App Drawer.
  3. Select Install SuperSU from the first dropdown menu.
  4. As for selecting the exploit (there’re three, Sam, Frodo and Aragorn), head to this page and see what exploit works for your device. Once you find it out, tap on it in the app.
  5. The app should begin rooting your device, shouldn’t take too long to finish.
  6. Reboot your device once it’s been rooted.
  7. Install root checker from playstore to check whether it is rooted or not..then you’re all done!

2.CF-Auto Root(mainly for samsung devices)

CF Auto Root works by unlocking your device’s bootloader, which means that if your bootloader is not already unlocked, you will lose all of the data on your device. If you haven’t done so already, make sure to back up all important data on a separate storage drive.

Here are the steps:-

  • Ensure That You Have the Proper Drivers Installed

    First up, for your computer to be able to fully interact with your device, you’ll have to make sure you have the proper drivers installed on your desktop or laptop.You can download your device’s driver at this link.

  • Download the Right CF Auto Root File for Your Device

    Next, you’ll need to download CF Auto Root, which is the tool you’ll be using to actually root your device. There are different versions of CF Auto Root for each of the 300+ supported Android devices, so you’ll need to be careful and make sure you download the right one.

    To make sure you’re downloading the right CF Auto Root package, you’ll first need to find your Android device’s model number. This can be done by heading to the “About Phone” menu in Settings, then looking for the series of letters and numbers listed under the “Model number” entry.

    Once you know your model number, you’ll also have to find your Android version number to make sure you’re getting the right CF Auto Root package. From the same About phone menu, scroll down a bit further and note the number listed beneath the “Android version” entry.With that information in hand, head to the CF Auto Root page at the following link, then locate your device’s model number in the list. From there, make sure the numbers in the “Android” column match up with the Android version you found earlier. If everything looks to be in order, click the “Download” link on the right to get the proper version of CF Auto Root for your device.


  • Extract the CF Auto Root ZIP

    Next, if you’re using a Samsung device, I’ll outline the root process in this step. Otherwise, if you’re using any other Android phone or tablet, skip ahead to Step 5 to see the rooting instructions for your device.

  • First, you’ll have to put your Samsung device into Download Mode. From a powered-off state, press and hold the volume down, home, and power buttons simultaneously. At this point, you’ll see a warning message—but like it says, just press the volume up button to enter Download Mode. After that, connect your phone to your PC with a USB data cable, then the rest of the work will be done on Windows.
  • Next, head to the folder on your PC where you extracted the contents of the CF Auto Root ZIP. From here, right-click the Odin3-v3.X.X.exe file, then choose “Run as administrator.”
  • At this point, a file browser menu will pop up, so use this navigate to the folder where you extracted the contents of the CF Auto Root ZIP. Finally, select the CF-Auto-Root-XXX-XXX-XXX.tar.md5 file, then click “Open.”
  • From here, wait until the Log tab shows a message that says “Leave CS,” then click the “Start” button to root your device. The entire root process will happen automatically, and when it’s finished, your phone will reboot back into Android.
  • And your device is rooted,you can verify by rootchecker app from playstore.

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