How to Get Android Root Permission?

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Mar 30, 2016 8:28:45 AM via Website

The android root permission means to gain administrative privileges on the system. If you have a new smartphone, you can use the phone but cannot make any changes to the system files. However, by rooting your phone, you can browse your Android root folder and make any changes to the system files on your phone. It is known that some operating systems on your android phone may be tailored with several limitations and restrictions by carriers or manufacturers for commercial concerns.

With android root permission, you can modify the device's software on the very deepest level. With root-enabled applications, you can enjoy full use of the Android system, and can do much more than root-disabled applications. You can uninstall a nd sytem applications. For instance, the world’s best root privileges manager - Supersu can deal with all root or superuser access. You can grant or deny permission to any application requesting system privileges. It has lots of features like access and request logs, un-root option.

Before showing the steps, let's figure out why we need to get root permission first? Root can be considered as a Super Administrator account in Android mobile phone system. Root permission is the bottom permission which is similar to administrator permission of the Windows system. In the default state, in order to protect system files from being changed, user root account is not available. Therefore, only get android root permission can we root android device.

Before installation, please note:
1. Windows XP needs to install Microsoft. NET Framework 2.0+
2. Turn on the USB debug mode in the phone settings-applications-develop-USB debug
3. You need to install the phone's USB driver in your computer(download the driver based on phone model)
4, Uninstall the SD card in the set options

How to check if you have rooted your phone or not? There are many ways to verify. The easiest way is by installing some software validation such as Root Explorer.

After use Kingroot rooting, mobile phone users will be able to change or remove parts of the system easily.

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Apr 5, 2016 4:06:39 AM via Website

Thank you for your advice, I will try KINGROOT to get my android root permission.

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Apr 5, 2016 2:25:02 PM via Website

Root verify apps confirm my device is rooted, or has already been rooted. yet I do not have any root privileges.
SU force closes every single time I attempt to open.
. Can't uninstall system app it tells me ,yet this su app is useless.
HELP LOL.... Huawei website is giving me the run around over a boot load unlock code.

P.S. Its Huawei y536A1 a.k.a AScend ? fusion?
Also have tried framaroot , etc apks

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Apr 6, 2016 5:43:23 AM via Website

but kingroot cannot support any android phone. my phone runs 5.1, it cannot root it

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Jul 23, 2016 12:59:35 AM via Website

I was thinking to root my device but my friend told me that if anything went wrong your phone will be dead. So, i didn't tried. Is it true?