There are many users out there who need to root their devices or tablets in order to get the SuperUser permissions or full Root access if they want to customize or edit pretty much anything on their Android gadgets, without any kind of limits.
We know that Android is powered by Google and that there are many root apps on the market. We’ve written this article to give you the best three rooting apps for your Android device
We think that Kingo Root is the best one on there, so we marked it as our top of the list. You can root your Android device without the PC. It’s completely free and can root any kind of device – all you have to do is just tap once, and it’s safe. It’s compatible with various devices, from Lenovo to HTC, to Samsung, to OPPO and Micromax, with the Android operating system from 1.5 to 8.1.
It will pop up some ads from time to time, and you’ll need an internet connection to make things work.
This one also works without a PC. It comes from the Android Developer forum XDA, and from a technical point of view, it’s a bit more than the first one on our list. You can use this app to install Superuser, SuperSu or Unroot to make the root work. It’s a free app, and it supports Android version 4.0 and above, but no lower versions than 4.0. It has the inbuilt unroot feature, and it does require an excellent internet connection.
One Click Root
This one also works without a PC. According to its name, you are one click away from rooting your device, be it smartphone or tablet – as long as it has Android from 1.5 to 7.0 on it. It’s very easy to use, and it’s meant for those of you who are beginners. It even has inbuilt live chat support to help you at all times. However, it comes with some ads, and you need a good internet connection to make things work. Also, keep in mind that some of the latest devices will not be supported by this app.
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