Oh ya! My phone is rooted and I’m unstoppable now.
Oh, fuck! I just shitted my Warranty.
Rooting your phone is a great move to unleash the full potential of your Android phone, but it will be on the cost of Warranty. The warranty might not seem much for some, but for others, it’s an important factor. It’s been many years since the development of Android and things have certainly changed a lot since the initial times of Android and so did in the case of Rooting.
What if I tell you that, you can now root android without losing warranty?
Well, It’s possible through a third party software.
How to Root Without Losing Warranty?
- Firstly, you need to Download and Install iRoot software from Here. This software lets you root your Android phone without voiding your warranty.
- Install the software and launch the software on your computer.
- Now, you need to enable USB debugging on your Android device before connecting it to your computer. To enable USB debugging you need to enable Developer options. You can enable it by tapping 7-10 times on your Build number in About Phone. Once, Developer options are enabled, you will find USB debugging in it.
- Now, connect your Android phone to your PC using a data cable and wait for iRoot software to detect it.
- Once detected, the Root button will be activated on iRoot software.
- Click on it to Unleash super powers of your Android phone without voiding your warranty.
- Wait for a couple of minutes for the process to complete and your phone might restart a couple of times. Don’t get scared.
- That’s it! if everything went well, you just rooted your Android phone without losing your phone warranty.
Hope this procedure worked for you and you were able to successfully root your Android phone without voiding your warranty. Below I have mentioned some apps that you need to install immediately after rooting your phone.
Small Treat for You 🍺
- AdBlock Plus – Ad blocker for Android
- Dumpster – Data recovery tool to restore deleted files.
- Greenify – Hibernates apps and saves battery
- Link2SD – Extend the storage space of device by linking to external SD card.
- SDfix – Remove limitation on SDcard in Kitkat and Lollipop.
- SuperSU – Superuser application.
- Tasker – Automate your phone.
- Titanium Backup – Backup and Uninstall application and more.
- Xposed Framework – UI and Performance tweak.
- Viper4Android – Audio modification tool.