How to root Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom?

Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom is a unique device, many other vendors have launched devices with good camera but Samsung has made something different, this device has a 10X optical zoom. This device is a combination of android smartphone as well as a digital camera. It is running on a Android

How to root Sony Xperia Z?

Rooting is a process by which you can gain administrative privileges over your device. Administrative privileges means those features that the vendor does not want you to have. By rooting a device you get into the core of the device, basically you gain the right of a root user and

How to root LG G2?

LG G2 is one of the most recently launched devices by LG. It comes with -2.26 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Quad Core Processor -5.2-inch Capacitive Touchscreen -Android v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) OS -13 MP Primary Camera -2.1 MP Secondary Camera Rooting is a process by which you can gain admin privileges over your android device. After rooting

How to root Samsung Galaxy S4?

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Rooting is a process by which an user can gain some privilege over the device. By using this privilege the user can set the clock speed of the processor by which you can increase the processing speed of the device. Customization of UI is also done by rooting the device,

How to root Google Nexus 5?

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The latest device with which Android 4.4 Kitkat has been launched by Google with LG is now available for the users. While other vendor's are eagerly waiting for the KitKat upgrade by Google for their device's, LG has the support of Google to be the first one as always. The

How to root Sony Xperia Z1?

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Rooting makes an high end android device faster, prettier, spacious and more customizable. All of these can be achieved but at the cost of void of warranty of the device. Yes, if you root your Android device you are going to loose the warranty over the device. Actually by rooting

How to root HTC One X?

HTC One X

Rooting a process by which you can gain control over your android device. You can do whatever you want to, you can overclock the processor, underclock the processor, clean some memory by deleting the apps that are not needed (Provided by the vendor which do not have a delete option),