11-03-2015, 12:09 AM
1. Backup Your Android Device
You never know what will happen during the
rooting process. To avoid any data loss, making a
backup for your device is pretty important and
2. Battery is a Must
Do not ignore the battery level of your Android
device. Rooting might be hours of work for a
newbie. It's possible that your Android dies in
the rooting process due to a drained battery.
Therefore, make sure your battery is charged to
80%. Ideally, I recommend a 100% charged
3. Install Necessary Driver for Your Android
Ensure that you have download and installed the
necessary driver for your Android device on
computer. If not, download driver from official
website of your manufacturer. Additionally, you
must enable USB debug on your Android device.
Otherwise, you can't root.
4. Find a Suitable Rooting Method
A rooting method does fine for one Android
device, which doesn't mean it works for you. You
must know clearly about your device specific.
According to the device specific, find a suite
5. Read and Watch Rooting Tutorial
It's great for you to read many articles about
rooting tutorials and keep in mind. This makes
you stay calm and know the complete rooting
process. Watch some video tutorial if condition
permits. A video tutorial is always better than
plain simple words.
6. Know How to Unroot
Chances are that you might have trouble in
rooting and want to unroot to get everything
back to normal. To make things earlier at that
time, you can now search the internet to get
known some tips about how to unroot your
Android device. Actually, some rooting software
also allow you to unroot Android device.
7. Disable Antivirus and Firewall on Your
Some antivirus or firewall setup might interfere
with your rooting process. Scan all the files that
you downloaded for rooting as it may be
regarded as a malware or virus. Besides, disable
your antivirus or firewall before rooting.
That's 7 things to do before rooting Android. If
everything gets ready, you can start to root your
Android device .