First of all, you should have an insight to what is rooting?
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the process of rooting, here is the definition:
Rooting is a process which unlocks the manufacturer’s imposed security on your smartphone and lets you have a complete control and become the master of your own device. Rooting is basically the process to attain privileged control (known as root access) over various Android subsystems. Rooting can also facilitate the updating of the current system installed in your device to a newer version of Android OS that you want to try on your phone but the manufacturer does not officially allow it.
With the basic idea of rooting on Android clarified, let us move on to our review of an app that is used for rooting Android devices i.e. Z4 Root Application. Let us have a look at the types of rooting it offers and the process needed to pass through for rooting.
One of the major advantages of Z4Root application is the ease of its usage. Even if you’re not a technology expert, you’ll be able to root your device with Z4Root. No complexities, no programming.
Another advantage is that it does not require a lot of hard disk space to be installed. It is a lightweight application requiring minimal resources to do the task that many other applications do at the cost of hanging your devices or draining its resources.
It has a higher success ratio than the other rooting applications. It is free of ads and therefore you can use your phone or tablet without any hindrances. A simple and straightforward user interface ensures seamless operation without any dilemma.
Frequent updates from the admin of Z4 Root Application ensures that it is always updated and provides the latest rooting methods. For example in the recent modifications, Z4 Root’s application ensures encryption and focuses more on the security of your phone or tablet than other things thus is made more secure than its counterparts.
What are the pre-requisites?
To install the application, you first have to modify a few settings on your phone: in the Applications tab, within Settings, you have to tick the Unknown sources option, and in Development, you need to activate the USB Debugging option. You’re now ready to install the Z4Root application.
Following this, once it’s running you’ll see three buttons with the following 3 options:
- Temporary Root
- Permanent Root
- Un-root: to return the device to its original status, without rooting.
The Temporary Root option offers to root your handset temporarily with the option to revert back to your original setup.
The Permanent Root, on the other hand, offers a permanent root that can not be reverted back and once it’s done, the warranty of your device becomes void.
Z4Root application has made rooting your phone a very easy and quick process. Therefore, in light of our review, if you are interested in rooting your device, do try out Z4 Root and give us your feedback.
Note: Rooting means voiding your warranty so take your decision of rooting after thorough thinking.