Introduction: How to Root Android Device in 1-Click

Rooting provides you with the guarantee of accessing underlining OS and making modifications to the internal system as much as you can. Most of the limitations placed by the carrier will be gone away and you can ensure a smooth, advanced and personalized present of your android device. There are several reasons why you definitely should root your device to make your device more accessible and power packed:

1. App installation becomes easier and you can even smoothly access the incompatible ones as well. This means you have a larger scope of gaining benefit.

2. More featured being opened including slow motion video, NFC payments or theme customization.

3. A boosted performance is what you get served, with a controlled CPU and RAM usage.

4. Battery life can be extended by a few hours by killing background apps.

Thus you have examples of these benefits and more lined up as you get across your rooted device. Several options are available online and you can select any one of them to gain root access. For instance most programs have a simple and uncomplicated way for rooting your android device. Follow the steps below and even if you are a beginner, there are hardly going to be any complications faced.

Step 1: Download and Install AnyRooter

AnyRooter is the rooting app we will going to use in the tutorial. It's one of the best programs for rooting Android-based devices. Download (Windows | Mac) the program from here and install the program on your computer.

Step 2: Turn on USB Debugging and Connect Android Device to Computer

If you already enabled this function, then skip to Step 3. If not, please follow the on screen instructions to turn on this feature on your Android device: Settings -> Build Number (tap 7 times) -> Developer options -> USB Debugging.

Plug your Android phone or tablet to computer with USB cable. AnyRooter will detect the device 1-2 minutes later. If not, please kindly download the latest USB driver of your device and install it on your computer.

Step 3: Start Rooting Android Device With 1-Click

Click Root Now button from the screen to start the rooting process. This would be a tough task if you tried to it manually. However, with an automated rooting program such as AnyRooter, it will be done much easier as you don't need to do anything during this process. The program will update drivers, back up your data and root your device. All these are done in background and you can see from the progress bar.

There are several more ways you can ensure the root depending on the comfort and ease of access of your understanding and device. Each of the programs available will do the work for you. For some you might have to wait it out for a few extra minutes with two or more additional steps. However with most programs, the methods are all the same. Make sure your device is fully charged and a simple download will ensure a successful rooting.