Saturday, 9 March 2013

HOW TO ROOT YOUR ANDROID DEVICE WITH SRSROOT SOFTWARE


SRS-Root is an easy to use solution for rooting your android device, the software contains multiple exploits to gain root access on your device.

  • SRSRoot Supports Android versions 1.5, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1, 3.2, 4.0, 4.1, 4.2
  • We can Root latest models like Samsung Galaxy S2 / S3, Note / Note2 etc
  • We have an Option to remove root from your device by one-click.
  • Powered by SRS Server *Safe Rooting without flashing your device*

  • Why Root

    Let’s start with why you would want to root your Android smartphone. Sometimes apps require special permission that the Android OS, which is based on Linux doesn’t allow. These could be simple as taking a screenshot to higher level permissions to the core Android files. Rooting makes your phone faster, increases battery life, allows it to run more apps, custom software and ROMs which allow complete control over every aspect of your device by allowing superuser and admin level permission. Removing carrier bloatware is a particularly enticing application.

    However, rooting isn’t for everyone. If you don’t know what a command prompt is or you have trouble handling .zip files, please don’t root. The risk of bricking your expensive device to get speed gains and improvements only Android enthusiasts can appreciate is not worth it. Lastly, rooting can void your phone’s warranty so please make sure you follow instructions to the letter. Also, back up your data before you root android.

    How To Use 
    Connect your Android phone or tablet you wish to Root to your computer using your Micro USB/USB cable.
     Run the SRSRoot software on your computer.
    Click on the ‘Root Device [All Methods]’ and wait for the Rooting process to complete.

    SRSRoot is also completely reversible by Click on the UnRoot Device Button on the SRSRoot Software Interface and is far safer than other dangerous methods of rooting and unrooting.

    CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD SRSROOT SOFTWARE

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