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How to Root Your Android Device?

Abstract: to use MiniTool Mobile Recovery for Android for data recovery, your Android device requires root authority. However, it is not easy for average users to do this, for a tiny mistake may lead to root failure. Here is detailed guidance to help root your Android device.

Warning: rooting has potential risk, proceed with caution.

How to Root Android Device

Step 1: enable USB debugging mode
For Android 2.3 and earlier versions: enter Settings -> Application ->Development ->USB debugging.

root Android 2.3 and earlier

For Android 3.0 - 4.1: Settings -> Developer options -> USB debugging.

root Android 3.0 4.1

For Android 4.2 - 5.2:Settings ->About phone ->Build number (click several times until you see "you are under develop mode") ->Settings -> Developer options -> USB debugging.

root Android 4.2 5.2

For Android 6.0 and later versions: Settings ->About phone -> Software info ->Build number (click several times until you see "you are under develop mode") -> Settings -> Developer options -> USB debugging.

root Android 6.0 and later

Step 2: download and install root tool
Note: please give priority to the desktop root tools to root your Android device before you turn to the mobile-phone root apps.

Step 3: run root tool to connect your Android device
Run root tool to connect your Android device, then you will see your Android device is listed on the interface of root tool.

Step 4: click ROOT and begin
Click the ROOT button to start rooting and wait until the job is done. The whole process takes about 2 minutes. During the process, your Android device will restart.