Quick Help




Easily to do this:

1. Install the USB drivers for your device before you use Unlock Root. You can usually download the drivers from your device manufacturer's website. Or, if you received a driver CD together with your device, install the drivers using the installer on the CD.

2. Download the Unlock Root.

3. Enable USB Debugging mode on your device. You can do this by going to Settings > Applications > Development on your device.(Look Here)

4. Connect your device to your PC via USB cable.

5. Run "unlockroot.exe". Wait for your handset to be automatically detected.

6. Choose your device from the list of autodetected devices.

7. Click the Root button to start the rooting process.

8. Wait for it to complete the installation, after which you'll be greeted with a message saying your device has been successfully rooted.

9. After the rooting process, simply reboot your device for the changes to take effect.

Congratulations! You have successfully rooted your device. You can check whether or not you have root access by locating the Superuser app on your device or installing an app that requires root access.





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Note: If Unlock Root failed to download drivers for you automatically, you may download and install device driver (or from manufacturer's website) and SDK driver manually and then try Unlock Root.

Unlock Root's interface:

Auto-detect your device:

Rooting your device:

Install Power Saver to save power for you and extend battery life (Recommend):

You need to reboot your device to make it become effective after get root permission:

After reboot, your device would have root access permission.