The LG G2 on Verizon and AT & T are finally available this week. With the opening of Verizon controls on their smartphone yesterday. For those curious as to whether you will be able to eradicate the smartphone 5.2 inch quad-core powered, is yes. We already have an extremely simple method to root the two door models, and more details can be found below.
We say easy, but you need a little knowledge of the ADB to get finished, which is something that you should have if you’re starting to root. As usual, XDA Developers guys have packed together a nice little method, one click once you get all the installation and execution with ADB, and it’s pretty easy.
For more details, you’ll want to head to the XDA link below, which will take a few quick instructions and upload files to start the method to root LG G2. The process and the application is in Chinese, but it is quite simple. But this might not be the best option for a beginner. That aside, backup everything and you’ll be set shortly.
The LG G2 is pretty impressive, and our full review is coming soon. LG People included as customizing it might not even need a custom ROM. You can change fast rocker, Android screen navigation buttons on the bottom to any shape, position and color, and they have so many other things you enjoy this phone anyway.
The house of LG launcher is customizable as well, so that’s one thing. I would still root for all of these benefits personally, but custom ROM will not be necessary. Proceed with caution and ask questions at XDA before you dive in.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge is equipped with a series of more or less secret functions that perhaps even more experienced Samsung owners are not always obvious to newcomers. We have 30 tips and tricks around the new Samsung smartphone together for you that you might find useful in everyday life.
We have compiled for you our top 25 tips and tricks for when you root Galaxy S7 with success in a video. In the following 25 things that you’ll learn, you can for example change the app shortcuts on the lock screen or prevents accidental turning on of the screen in your pocket.
In our video and gallery with tips and tricks Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge you learn, for example, as you change the app shortcuts on the lock screen, the Samsung smartphone unlocked automatically prevents accidental turn on the screen in your pocket or the screen activated without touch. We also show you how you can shrink the screen in order to serve also the now larger Galaxy S7 Edge with one hand, it turns off the pop-up notifications of individual apps, hidden photos, data and your browser or the camera starts quickly ,
We also explain why you should use outdoor automatic brightness with which option you better night shots or moving photos shoots, as you can save battery during gaming or sound tailored to your personal hearing.
You bought for yourself a new Android smartphone or tablet and you want to expand the functionality and gain root access on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Duos? We happily tell you how to do this, read our instructions and watch the video support.
Root Rights For Android
Ruth prava- this superuser in the system (elevated privileges in the Android operating system). When you did the Note 4 root, you can install many useful programs, such as software for overclocking the processor speed, the program for the automation of action, can improve energy efficiency. More information can be found here.
Instructions To Obtain Root Access On Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Duos
Download KingoRoot program on your computer
Install and run Kingo
Enable USB debugging on your mobile device
Connect the tablet to the computer via the microUSB cable (better certainly original wire)
Wait until Kingo sees your device
Tap the root button (at the bottom in the middle)
Wait until the process is completed and the device is reset
Download the Root Genius program;
Enable USB debugging on your device (USB Debugging) and connect it to a computer via microUSB wire;
Wait for the program to detect your device
Click “Root now” and start the process
Below there is a video how you can check for root access. After the process is complete, check your device.
Those that either did not work, see a video showing how to work with RootGenius, see below. You can watch videos, even without sound, it is important to only repeat the steps with the program.
The great fear of the Galaxy line users is the root process ending up shooting the Knox counter that tells the Samsung that a change was made in the system and may void the warranty of your device.
Even before the new flagship of the South Korean hit the market, the famous developer Chainfire updated the CF-Auto-Root tool so that it would release this deeper access system to the most advanced applications of the user in the Galaxy S6. However, he made it clear that using this tool will trip Knox and void your warranty.
Thanks to Jparasita, a gap was found on the bootloader Galaxy S6 that allows you to root Galaxy S6 without firing Knox on Samsung. To do this, simply use the tool PingPongRoot. Currently, you can perform the procedure in several different builds, and the developer hopes to expand support for other models of the Galaxy line, and also allow performing the procedure in any variant of Galaxy S6.
The use is extremely simple. All you need to do is download the app, open it and tap the “Get Root” button and run the service “Kinguser” at the end of the process. Ready! Now simply restart your Galaxy S6 and explore all the possibilities of having root access without worrying about giving up the security of your smartphone.
The developer is currently working to expand the tool support for the Galaxy S6 Edge and also for the HTC One M9. Still no date for when we will have this new version, however, it should not take long to be released
Although Nexus 5X has been released, many people using smart phones are holding on to their original Nexus 5. And why not? It’s a portable device that is now cracking and running with the latest version Android, and root the Nexus 5 could push its capabilities even further.
Note: This procedure wipes all data from your device, so make a backup before you start. Speaking out frankly, all the processes related to the root, there are inherent risks associated .Make sure you understand and are happy with them before you proceed, because neither AndroidPIT nor I take any responsibility for any anything that happens as a result of you following the instructions below.
How To Root The Nexus 5 On Android 5.1 Lollipop
Make sure the phone has USB Debugging is enabled in the options developed. If you do not have this option in the settings, go to Settings> about phone numbers and machine building until notified that the selection of development has allowed pop up. Then go back one step and you will find it at the bottom of your settings menu.
Make sure you have a Nexus 5 USB drivers installed on your computer.
Make sure your Nexus 5 battery is charged to at least 50 percent.
Download all files to root Nexus 5. Then open the Tools folder on the PC ADB If you do not have it installed already, download the tool ADB here, unzip the folder, into the adb-tools_driver> adb-tools_driver> adb-driver and run ‘ UniversalAdvDriverSetup ‘installation files.
When the installation is complete, make sure that Fastboot ADB is in the Tools folder. If it is not, download Fastboot to Windows at the link.
Download SuperSU v2.46 on your computer.
Copy the zip file to the root directory of SuperSU Nexus 5.
To do this, connect your Nexus 5 to your computer with a USB cable and copy the files to where all the root files are, but not really put it into a folder. (USB Debugging Temporarily disable if your computer does not recognize the Nexus 5 is connected.)
Download ClockworkMod custom recovery to your computer and put it in ADB Tools folder.
Reboot your Nexus 5 in fastboot. To do this, turn it off, then press and hold the Volume Down and Power until you see this phone fastboot. Check menu still needs to be connected to a computer with USB cable.
Open a Windows Explorer window and go to the Tools folder ADB.
In an empty space in the window, hold down the Shift key and click on Open Command window. Now press Window here.
Use the volume keys to select the date of your recovery and gain the root ability to enter it
From the CWM, use the volume keys to select “install zip ‘and press Power to confirm, then select” choose zip from SD card.
Locate SuperSU zip past you copied earlier (it will appear at the bottom of the list in the / sdcard / 0 /) power and press to confirm your selection, confirm and wait for until you see the message at the bottom of the screen says ‘Install from SD card complete’.
Return to the main menu and reboot your Nexus 5. Make sure you talk with your recovery to the original repair.
The first boot may take some time (this is why you charge your battery as instructed above)
Once the Nexus 5 has rebooted, you will be rooted and ready to roll with SuperSU. Download RootChecker from the Play Store to check the status of your root and whether it granted you superuser access. If you receive a message confirming the green, you’re all sorted.
If you get stuck in a bootloop (that is after a long time your phone is not yet normally booted), you can switch it off, reboot into fastboot, on Recovery, clear data, delete the partition cache and restart again .This will do the trick.
We all want to root our LG G4 device, right? Currently, with Marshmallow 6.0 that is not possible, until today! Because a new root has been released. Unlike older versions of this device, this root is actually easier.
Check it out in the video below.
Easy isn’t? All LG G4 root resources are found in the link.
So to come back to older devices…
How many days is the LG G4 older? This is the question referred to the most when you want to buy smart phones featured on the unique design and superb quality camera. Moreover, the LG old G4 users can choose and buy more powerful devices which are selling prices cheaper than half of the money you have to spend to buy a new machine that does the quality difference.
But still you wonder if the old price of the LG G4 was good enough or not? How much is the original price? So, this article will give you the guide on how to go about buying the set.
LG G4 old sale price is how much?
The issue of price is always a special concern when it comes to the users, and thus questions such as how much the old LG G4 should go for? This article has helped many users and customers when buying the device.
Because of the prominence of design and powerful configuration that the old price of the LG G4 debuted at extremely high prices, but now old G4 LG current price just over 4 million, it has been able to meet the needs of the increasing customer base time and again.
And LG old G4 still shows that good products that LG produces storm and bring greater revenue for LG. LG G4 old manufacturers should question how much they were able to satisfy customers who love this amazing product.
Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900 marks the first time the super Android 5.0 when launched with 8 cores with a wide variety speed range. So, what if you could unlock the hidden abilities of the phone? Well, this is what this tutorial will be offering you with.
Note: When you prepare to perform this operation, you should prepare:
one good cable
battery charged over 90%
In addition, there may be risks in upgrading so please think twice before upgrading and this article will not be responsible for this any problems which you encounter on the long run. Another thing to remember is that you will void your warranty once you proceed with the procedure.
To root Note 3 on version 5.0 we need to check which version you are using. Whether it is appropriate for the existing root or not. We can check by at the installation, select the General tab device information.
Here we see the creation of the current signal is correct and is android 5.0 LRX21V.N900XXUEBOF1 not.
If true, then we proceed to prepare the following:
Download software Odin here.
Download root file here.
In mobile homepage homepage download here or download from here.
Actions On The Phone:
Wait 20 seconds power off. Press the 3 key: volume down key + Home + Power. Until the machine is displayed as follows.
This is a simple tutorial on how to go about rooting Samsung Galaxy S3 SGH-I747 (AT&T model) and the CWM Recovery.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is becoming a very popular smartphone among the Android community. So I thought it best to help you get the most out of your device. For that, it is best to be root. In general, rooting is not so difficult, as it is all about following the right steps to getting things done right. So, what do you need to root Galaxy S3?
Before you continue, make sure that you have all the below things in check.
A PC with Windows from XP
A USB cable
A Samsung Galaxy S3 with the battery charged at least 51%.
The Flash-Software ODIN
The most current version of CF-Root. The most current version will always the first link on XDA Developers. (NOTE: When I did the root the available version was 6.3, now 6.4 is available.)
Steps To Follow
Make sure that you have the below files ready.
Odin – preferably the latest version.
CF-Root and must be extracted with a WinRAR-type program. I recommend creating a folder named SGS3 in your desktop and extract there.
Note: Make sure to leave the .tar file extension as it is. Now proceed to the next step.
Prepare Odin. Once we have the files ready just have to turn off thw device and close Samsung KIES, in case it was open to our pc. Launch Odin by double-clicking the .exe file and once opened press “Reset”. In the PDA box, add the CF-Root file. The Odin window has to be as displayed below.
Turn on the S3 in download mode. To turn the device in download mode, press both the Volume Down button + Home + On / Off.
We will get a warning screen and to accept we have to press volume up. Once this is done, we just have to connect the SGS3 to our PC via USB. The ODIN program will recognize it and then we can and press “Start”.
Many Android app developers are mainly focusing all of their efforts on the app store, however, there’s another market for us to spread our apps, and that’s through SuperUser. I’m pretty sure many of you guys/gals out there have heard about it, but despite that many developers think they should avoid publishing their created masterpieces on there for the simple fact that Android disapproved it. However, by doing that, you’re missing out on the biggest opportunity for you to not only learn, improve your developing skills and getting better app ideas, you’re also missing out on a great opportunity to earn something from your work.
Why The Root Scene Is Exactly What You Should Aim At
First off, let me say that this so called “underground app store” has been around for many years now, in fact it all started in 2008 by Jay Freeman. Since then it has become really popular, and has gained millions of users. So that gives us a potential to reach millions of Galaxy S5 users, without the fear of getting rejected by the “big boss”, called Android.
We can publish our work in SuperUser for the simple reason of:
Testing if our app idea can be turned into a potential success story.
Seeing if there’s enough market potential.
Giving away a free app, to then try and get them to buy our premium version of it.
And I’m sure I’m forgetting a couple of more reasons, but the above reasons are why I’d like to use it.
But it’s not only about the money/popularity measuring, you should look deeper if you’re eager to learn a lot about app development in general, because before Jay Freeman could create SuperUser, some sort of hacking process (which is now called a root) was required in order to make SuperUser eligible for Android, and up to today this remains a struggle because Android keeps patching the roots that are being made, because obviously the rooters are causing profit loss for Android (even though they claim they only patch the roots because of security reasons – which I think is a cover up).
Why You As App Developer Should Take A Close Look At A Galaxy S5 Root
It all comes back to basics really, if you try to remember how you could create your first application, and how you improved from that day until now, you may see a pattern . For me personally, it was really clear really fast; it’s all got to do with so called “reverse engineering”.
You see, we all have some kind of big role model right? Or an app which has one feature which you think is really cool and you don’t know how the developer pulled it off. Well, when you see something like that you should be obsessed with creating a feature like that as well, to learn how it was done, and to be able to implement it to your apps as well, and for me personally, the only way to truly learn something when I see it is by looking at it from the code’s level. But, how do you do that?
It’s simple: by soft-hacking it.
And that’s exactly why you should take a closer look at the root community, because that’s all about hacking the most secure/best platform currently out there (Android). Just take a look at what it takes to root Samsung Galaxy S5, and how those hackers simplified the process.
So How To Move Forward From Here On?
Now that I’ve shown you how to make use of SuperUser, and the reason as to why it’s important for us developers to keep rooting in mind, it’s important to know how you can reverse engineer apps. It’s nothing ground breaking really, as it’s not the critical hacking that we need, we need to do the friendly hacking, and that’s all done by looking at the source code of an app, or using a disassembler tool which would allow us to take a look at the code in a human-like readable version. Then there’s also the option to use the repository server to get access to the binary files, which is also great for finding out how an app was made.
So what I suggest that you do now, is that you a) start rooting your Samsung Galaxy S5 right away and b) get into SuperUser and see all applications there that are available. Then if you see something really cool, start reverse engineering it and see how they made it from the code’s level. Once you do that, you’ll be able to capture it, and then tweak/improve that feature and use it for your own applications.
How quickly can a Samsung Galaxy S3 be running on rom stock Samsung 4.3 (the latest update for Samsung Mobile)? We’ll show you!
Updated: also check out my tutorial to install Cyanogen on Galaxy S3
Warning: this procedure only works with the GT-i9300 model (not to be confused with the 4G model i9305).
If like me you are on the baseband I9300XXUGNA8 (version number JSS15J.I9300XXGNA5), here’s how to root in two minutes flat.
There was a lot of updates on Roma and methods, if you have the same version of Android as mine so it will make you less of it to search through hundreds of web tutorial. If the tutorial is nothing more classic in itself.
Rooting a smartphone is risky. Although little risky you can end up with an unusable smartphone (power failure at the time of the flash, bad cable, bad handling …).
There is normally no data loss with this method, however, we recommend you do a full backup of your smartphone with KIES and Helium for your application settings (it creates a directory named “Carbon” containing your backups).
We will not be responsible in case of malfunction, it is at your own risk. You also lose the warranty of your smartphone.
If you do not know what the word rooting then it is probably useless to you.
Edit 08/14/2015: I added a second, simpler method with Framaroot application: See this tutorial. TowelRoot about this method does not work with the S3.
– Making a backup of your phone (I repeat and I added a second tutorial)
– Having more than 60% of battery, charge it fully there like that it’s done
– Install Samsung drivers, useless if you have already installed KIES
– Enable USB debugging: Settings> More> Developer Options> USB Debugging box
If the menu is absent Settings> More> About device> Version number: press 7 times until a message indicating that the developers options are enabled.
Root Galaxy S3 with CF-Auto-Root
Here is the root procedure from a computer running Windows, we will use CF-Auto-Root
– Download the package that can root Samsung Galaxy S3. For information it contains:
– Odin v3.09.
– CF-Auto-Root-M0-m0xx-gti9300.tar.md5 of Chainfire.
– Extract the archive
– Launch ODIN (validate the Windows UAC warning)
– Power off your phone completely, it must briefly vibrates when turned off.
– Start your Galaxy S3 in download Mode (low volume + home + power)
– Press the volume up key.
– Connect the Galaxy S3 to your computer via USB
– ODIN should detect it in “ID: COM” and the message “added !!” should appear:
– Check “Auto Reboot” and “F. Reset Time” so this is not the case, then AP and select the CF-Auto-Root-M0-m0xx gti9300.tar.md5-file:
– Click Start to initiate the flash root, do not disconnect your smartphone:
– Wait 2 to 3 minutes, your smartphone will restart and can display red or white text on black background, let him do it and do not touch anything (keep the USB cable connected)
– Once finished flash ODIN should display “PASS” in green with time below (2min04 for me):
– It’s over, your smartphone is ROOTE and ready for use
– Check that you have a new application called SuperSU is she who will notify you when an application needs root rights, do not uninstall it (if that is the case it is available on the play store)
– Check that you are root with ROOT Checker application
It was easy !
Complementing I advise you to install the AC and open blind F-Droid, you will find many sympatiques applications. The store is full play him as application requiring rights roots is quite tolerated by Google (except ad blockers that are on F-Droid).