How to Root Your Android Device with AutoRoot Tools
If you want to get the most out of your Android device, you might want to root it. Rooting is the process of gaining full access to the system files and settings of your device, allowing you to customize it, install custom ROMs, remove bloatware, and more. However, rooting can also be risky and complicated, especially for beginners.
That's why you need a reliable and easy-to-use rooting tool like AutoRoot Tools. AutoRoot Tools is a program that can automatically root your Android device with just a few clicks. It supports over 300 devices and various Android versions, from 5.1 to 6.0. It also works with both PC and without PC methods, depending on your preference.
In this article, we will show you how to download and use AutoRoot Tools to root your Android device safely and quickly.
What is AutoRoot Tools?
AutoRoot Tools is a program developed by Chainfire, a well-known XDA developer and the creator of SuperSU, the most popular root management app. AutoRoot Tools can root your device by flashing a modified recovery image that contains the SuperSU binary and apk. This way, you don't need to install any other apps or perform any complex steps to root your device.
AutoRoot Tools has a large database of supported devices and firmwares, which are constantly updated by Chainfire. You can find the list of supported devices and download links on the official website[^4^]. You can also check the dedicated threads for each device on the XDA forums[^3^] for more information and feedback from other users.
How to Download and Install AutoRoot Tools?
To download and install AutoRoot Tools, you need to follow these simple steps:
Go to the official website[^4^] and find your device model and firmware version.
Download the zip file that matches your device and firmware.
Extract the zip file on your PC. You will see a file named autoroot.exe and some other files.
If you want to use the PC method, you will also need to download and install Odin[^2^], a flashing tool for Samsung devices.
If you want to use the without PC method, you will also need to enable USB debugging on your device. To do this, go to Settings > About phone > Tap on Build number seven times > Go back to Settings > Developer options > Enable USB debugging.
How to Root Your Device with AutoRoot Tools?
Depending on whether you want to use the PC method or the without PC method, you need to follow different steps to root your device with AutoRoot Tools.
The PC method involves using Odin to flash the autoroot.exe file on your device. This is the recommended method for most users, as it is faster and more reliable. To use this method, follow these steps:
Make sure you have installed Odin[^2^] on your PC and extracted the AutoRoot Tools zip file.
Run Odin as administrator on your PC.
Turn off your device and boot it into download mode. To do this, press and hold Volume Down + Home + Power buttons simultaneously until you see a warning screen. Then press Volume Up to continue.
Connect your device to your PC using a USB cable. Odin should recognize your device and show a blue box in the ID:COM section.
Click on the AP button in Odin and browse for the autoroot.exe file that you extracted from the AutoRoot Tools zip file.
Make sure that only Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time are checked in the options section of Odin. Do not check any other boxes or change any other settings.
Click on Start and wait for Odin to flash the autoroot.exe file on your device. This should take a few minutes.
Your device will reboot automatically when the process is done. You should see a red Android logo on your screen during the reboot.
Once your device boots up normally, you should see a new app called SuperSU in your app drawer. This means that 0efd9a6b88