Have you just owned an Android? It’s absolutely amazing, ain’t it? Yet, it does have limitations. But here’s some good news, Android being based on Linux can have its limitations removed by the process called “Rooting”.
Users like me, who root their phone on the very moment it arrives, are always keen to go custom as fast as possible. There are several methods out their to root an Android device which includes rooting via flashing the Superuser binaries, pushing them via adb/fastboot using command-line or terminal and foremost the easiest process by using a toolkit. Although most of the devices have their specific toolkits to perform this action, but certainly are limited to the same device and requires access to a PC. And so here, Framaroot steps in which brings an all-in-one root tool for rooting quite a list of devices by just one-click through your device itself, without the use of any PC.
Framaroot is a simple Android Rooting application developed by alephzain (Donate), which installs as a normal apk file and pushes the superuser and su binaries to your device, hence rooting it. The application is already compatible with with a list of devices from various manufacturers and is capable to root an Android device running version 2.x to 4.x. The list is still expanding as users seem to be keen enough to try this on their devices. Below is the list of device which are confirmed to be working with Framaroot.
Qualcomm devices (Gandalf exploit only) :
MT65XX devices (Boromir exploit only) :
Samsung devices (Legolas and Aragorn exploits only) :
Exynos devices (Sam, Frodo, Legolas and Aragorn exploits only) :
Omap36XX devices (Gimli exploit only) :
The list is specified for different chipsets and their corresponding rooting exploits. It is expanding every day, so if you have your device mentioned just hit the download, install and root your device with just one-click. If not, you are advised to wait.
NOTE: If your device isn’t listed, you might install and try it only if you’re a developer or a user with sufficient knowledge to recover your device. If it does work, report it on the developer thread at XDA-Developer’s forum.
Rooting voids your warranty, perform all actions at your will. Droidviews or the developer shall not be held responsible for any damage to your device.
To unroot, follow the same procedure but select “unroot” while performing tep #7 and skip further. It will automatically unroot your device.
Follow up to the Original Thread at XDA-Developers to interact with the developer and other Framaroot users. If you have discovered your device to be supported by this and yet not mentioned in the list, kindly list up your device name, model and android version. Enjoy your rooted Android and explore more possibilities!