Rooting is to Android as Jailbreaking is to iOS. The process once done properly, allows you access to core setting options to alter the functionality of your Android phones. This could see you alter your phone’s boot style, boot animation, font type, etc.
If done wrongly, it could not only make void whatever warranty from the manufacturer you might enjoy, it could render your phone useless beyond repair.
However, improvements in this process has seen new ways emerge in rooting that would also ensure your warranty remains intact. Here’s one way we’ve discovered:
Download and install a 3rd party app called iRoot on your PC
Enable USB debugging on your phone by enabling Developer Options. This can be done by tapping on Build Number 7-10 times in your settings
Connect your phone to your PC, run the app and allow it find and connect with your phone.
Once connected, you just click on ‘Root’ as shown on the app and allow it run the process
The app shows Rooting Successful and you are done.
Disclaimer – All attempts at rooting your Android phone is done at your own risk. We would not be held liable for rooting processes not properly followed or done wrongly.