Framaroot: root your device with a click!


Nowadays the web is full of guides, tools and video tutorials to get root privileges on Android devices. If you are practical and passionate about changes to your device you will have no problems in this regard and probably ignore this news.

For those of you who are eager to root your device but who, without the desire, expertise or who, for any other reason, are unable to do this, the app we are proposing today could be the solution!

A Senior user of the XDA forum, alephzain, has created a small application with the name of Framaroot, which, once installed (installed as any other app ...) will allow you to root your smartphone with a simple click.
A fast, simple and above all functional app!

The only precaution that you will have to pay is to check if in Settings> Security, the box of "Unknown sources" is checked. If not, check it and install the App (remember, however, that by rooting your device, the warranty is officially invalidated).

As we have already said, the network is full of step-by-step guides that will allow you to get superuser privileges. Framarott, however, beats them all for simplicity and speed!

Framaroot, in addition to Omap 3, Exynos 4 and Qualcomm, also supports the Mediatek platform, used by the vast majority of companies producing Chinese phones for their devices.

Operation is simple: the app takes advantage of security holes in the code of each of the 4 platforms to complete the mission for which it is designed.

The app can be downloaded for free Thu, while at the following link you can consult the list of currently supported smartphones.
NB The author of the following guide assumes no responsibility for possible problems encountered in the execution of the same. We recommend that you perform these operations with extreme caution and always make a backup of your data before start-up!
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