The easiest way to Root any Android Device without a PC 2016

There are so many ways to root android device and we also discussed many ways to quickly root android devices via post and videos on our Youtube channel. You can root android devices using a computer or without a computer. You can also root it by installing custom roms or flashing or running some scripts on your device to get it rooted. But the quickest, easiest and the most straightforward way to root any android device out there is with the custom recovery. Now this is not a standalone process, so you need to have custom recovery installed on your device. Other than that it’s too easy, quick and effective. This process will work with literally every android device out there. so lets get started.

How to root ay android phone or tab without PC -Techposts

How to root ay android phone or tab without PC -Techposts

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Root Android Device via Custom Recovery

To check if your android device is rooted or not, install and open Root checker app from Play Store. When you open the app, you’ll see that if your device is rooted or not. If your device is not rooted at this momemnt you can continue root your android device by following these steps:

Step 1. Visit this link to download the file on your Android device directly. It’s the file that’ll root your device and this file will work on almost every android device.

Step 2. Now that you have downloaded the zip file to your device. Just turn off your device and boot into device custome recovery. If your device doesn’t have custom recovery installed please read how to install custom recovery on android devices

Step 3. Once device is turned off completely, boot into custom recovery by pressing Vol+ with Home buttom and Power button at the same time. Once you see the boot animation release the buttons, and it will take you to the custom recovery.

Flash Supersu using TWRP Recovery on Nexus 6P

Flash Supersu using TWRP Recovery on Nexus 6P

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Step 4. My device is running of TWRP recovery. There are other popular custom recovery like CWM or clockworkMod recovery, so its very much possible that your device is running of CWM recovery. But either ways the process from now on is same no matter what device you have or which custom recovery your device is running on.

Step 5. Next, head over to the install option in your custom recovery which is usually located at the top and locate the file that you just downloaded.

TWRP SuperSU Zip File

TWRP SuperSU Zip File

Step 6. We downloaded it directly on our android device so it must be in our download folder. Once located the select it and flash it on your device. The custom recovery will flash the file on your android device which will take few seconds.

Step 7. Once the (root package) is flashed hit the reboot button or restart your device. Well if you have followed the instructions carefully and was flashed sucessfully, you will see a new app in the list called SuperSu, which shows that your device has just got root access.

SuperSu on Rooted Android Device

SuperSu on Rooted Android Device

Step 8. Now open the SuperSu app. If it shows that there are no binary issues, the process is successful.
To check the root access, again open the Root checker app when prompted, grant the root permissions and it will display if your device is rooted or not (obviously rooted).

Nexus 6P Root Check using Root Checker App

Nexus 6P Root Check using Root Checker App

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So yes, there we have it, it’s the most quick and easy way to root any android device out there. this method is a universal method which means it will work on any android device out there whether it is a phone or tablet provided that you have custom recovery installed on your device.

If you have any doubts or problems rooting your Android device, then please let us know via comments below. we will get back to you ASAP with every possible way to root your Android device. For now, please subscribe to our Newsletter by entering your Email ID below or Like and follow us on Facebook,Twitter and Google+ for more such HowTo guides and updates,

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