How To Root / Unroot Android 2.2 Froyo Smartphones To Install Non-Market Apps


How To Root / Unroot Android 2.2 Froyo Smartphones To Install Non-Market Apps

If you are the happy owner of an Android device then you should now that customization involves rooting your device, or maybe shell root, un root so that you can benefit warranty, side loading of applications or even apps that you cannot find on the Android Market.

Let me tell you that there are many possibilities to root your phone but we will present you one of the easiest and best ways to do this the right way. We will try to explain to you in a simplest way possible about how users can root, shell root un root and of course, the side loading of applications.

In many cases, users are trying upgrade the firmware of the smartphone from other places than the official one, but this sometimes require the rooting of the phones, so people are trying to find the correct guide but without any result. So, i’m here to show you a new app called Super One click, featuring a great and easy-to-use interface. With this simple application, other rooting capabilities like HRoot won’t be necessary any more.

Super one click can be used for any Android phone, but you will have to check and be sure that your Android device is at least on Froyo ( Android 2.2 ) firmware, and to also install the app on your PC. The only things you need are Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0+ on your machine.

First thing to do is to download install the computer version of the app. After the installation finished, set your smartphone to USB debugging mode and be careful not to mount the SD card, or you will loose all your data.

Now open the Super One click application installed in your computer, connect your smartphone to your computer via USB, and if it doesn’t work, try in the recovery mode. After the connection was established, all you have to do is to select the option you will and you’ll get yourself a routed Android device.

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