How to Unroot and Root any Android OS 4.0 to Android OS 4.1 Devices (for Android Smartphones and Tablets, especially Sony Xperia Phones and Tablets)
by: Revengsky Joseph D. Reyes (a.k.a rjdreyes – jcyberinux.com)
Looking for ways on how to root your android device? Find it too difficult to understand scripts to root your own Android Phones? Or you just looking for an easy and quick root tool for your Android Devices? No need to worry folks! Here’s the root tool you can used without a bleeding your head to understand of root scripts/procedures, Root with Restore by Bin4ry!
Why Root? Simple, it is more like you are in control of your Android Devices, you can install CWM Recovery Manager, Android Apps that require root permissions, install Custom ROMS, etc…
For Official Download of PdaNet+ for Android – June Fabrics – click here.
Download Root with Restore by Bin4ry – click here
PC / Laptop / Computer
Working USB Cable Connector for your Android Device
Check first Android Version you have and Enable the USB Debugging
Go to Settings – About phone – see the Android Version area.
Go to Settings – Developer Options – and then check the USB Debugging
How to Root your Android Devices?
1. Download the root tool file(click here).
2. Extract the zip file using 7zip – if you don’t have this extracting tool perhaps you need download 7zip tool (click here).
3. Connect your Android Device. If you having problems on your Android device driver, perhaps use PdaNet – ADB Driver (click here on How to Install ADB Driver)
Double-click the RunMe.bat and follow the instructions, such as:
1) Normal Mode (will not wipe your data)
2) Special Mode (can wipe your data, make sure have a backup of your data)
How does it works? Press the desire number and enter key to confirm and follow the instructions carefully. (Note: It will ask for a Restore Data, click Restore, and wait for further instructions.)
Try the Normal Mode, which I think works on most Android Devices, it works perfectly on my Sony Xperia Sola, Neo V, Samsung Galaxy S II, and Ainol NOVO7 Legend. You can also used the Unroot, to go back on normal settings without root permissions.
How do you know if your phone/tablet is already rooted? Check if your device has a Superuser/SuperSU app in application list.
Notice: Root will void the warranty of your Android Devices. I’m not held any responsible your damages or losses on using this root tool. Use it on your own risk.
Cheers! We hope this tip helps you out! 😀
(Note: Tested on Samsung Galaxy SII, Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V, and Sony Xperia Sola, Ainol NOVO7 Legend, it may work also on other Sony Xperia and Android Smartphones/Tablets, but still I’m not sure about it. Just see for yourself, if you own one.)
(Disclosure: Sony(Sony Xperia Sola, Neo V), Samsung(Galaxy S2), Ainol NOVO7 Legend and Android OS, Root with Restore by Bin4ry, Applications Logo/Images/Pictures has a respective copyright. I used it for demonstration purpose only.)
Related Links / Articles / Entries / References / Sources :
How to install PdaNet ADB Driver on Android Devices using Windows OS Platform
How to Root and Unroot Sony Xperia Sola Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich
Root MANY ANDROID! [Upd: 18.12.2012] – xda-developers Official Site
PdaNet+ for Android – June Fabrics – Download – Official Site