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Friday, April 27, 2012

How to Upgrade Motorola Droid 3 to Android 4.0 ICS Using CyanogenMod 9

How to Upgrade Motorola Droid 3 to Android 4.0 ICS Using CyanogenMod 9

We’ve already heard a lot of stuff about how great Ice Cream Sandwich is. This has been proven further when the Samsung Galaxy Nexus came out. True enough, the latest version of Android is indeed one of the best, if not the best.
Many of us are already waiting for the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for our devices. There are even those who are already saving up for brand-new Android devices, hoping to get ICS out of the box. A lot of us are really itching to get hold of this latest iteration of Google’s famous mobile OS.
Sadly though, a lot of the makers are not yet certain on when updates for ICS will be delivered to their respective devices. Many of them are targeting the first quarter of 2012, but even then, the schedule is not yet sure. Good thing we have the Android community. Thanks to these guys, some of us can now enjoy Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. People who own the Motorola Droid 3 are one of the lucky ones. The developers behind CyanogenMod just recently released the latest alpha version of the popular aftermarket ROM and it’s pretty much built around ICS. The latest CyanogenMod 9 just made it to the Motorola Droid 3. It is not yet a perfect match, but for sure it will get there.
For those Motorola Droid 3 owners who would like a taste of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, read on and check out the steps on how to install CyanogenMod 9 into your Droid 3.


  • The Motorola Droid 3 should be rooted. For the rooting process, you can check out thislink.
  • There should be no Bootstrap apps installed on the device. Please uninstall the apps if there are any.
  • You need a PC that runs Windows Vista or Windows 7.
  • You also need at least 170 MB of free storage space in the device’s SD card storage.
  • The Droid 3 battery has to be fully charged to avoid interruptions.

Installing CyanogenMod 9

  1. Download and install the SafeStrap app to your phone. You can download it here.
  2. Run the SafeStrap app and then choose the “Install Recovery” option. A number will appear at the bottom of the screen after you tap “Install Recovery”. Make sure it is 0.92. If not, you should abort the process.
  3. Download the latest build of the CyanogenMod 9 ROM to your PC. Use this link to download.
  4. Connect the Droid 3 to your PC using the USB cable. Copy the ROM that you just downloaded into the root directory of the device’s SD card.
  5. Disconnect the phone from your PC and turn off the phone.
  6. Turn on the phone again and while it is booting up, you will see a splash screen. While the splash screen is still displayed, press the Menu key. This will put the device into recovery mode.
  7. Create a backup of your Droid 3 by choosing the appropriate options found under the recovery mode menu.
  8. Enable the “Safe System” option in the Safestrap menu.
  9. Then, go to the “Mount” menu and choose “Format system.”
  10. Install the CyanogenMod ROM. To do that, choose “Install ZIP from SD card” option, then choose the ZIP file containing the CyanogenMod ROM.
  11. After the installation completes, choose “Wipe data/factory reset” from the menu.
  12. Reboot your phone. It will now be running on CyanogenMod 9.
Since this is the alpha version of CyanogenMod 9 for Motorola Droid 3, there are some features that are not working properly yet and some don’t even work at all. One of the issues of this build is the device’s losing audio once Bluetooth is turned on. And, for now the camera is not yet working. All the rest seem to work quite well.
Now you have a way to tinker with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on your Motorola Droid 3. Having ICS on the Droid 3 is already a wish come true for many. It needs more improvements, but if you’re backed with an awesome community of developers, definitely things will always get better.
How’s ICS on your Motorola Droid 3?

How to Install Ice Cream Sandwich ROM on Motorola Droid X

How to Install Ice Cream Sandwich ROM on Motorola Droid X

Though released last year, the Motorola Droid X remains well-loved by those who own one. It was a popular phone during its time, although newer and more power Motorola phones have taken over its place. Can such an “old” phone still enjoy the latest and greatest release of Android? Apparently so.
Disappointed by the lack of developer attention to creating an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich build for the Motorola Droid X, a developer has decided to take matter into his own hands and whip up an ICS-based ROM for the Motorola Droid X. The ROM is called EncounterICS X and is a creation of firstEncounter, a member on the RootzWiki forums. The ROM is based on Android 4.0.1 and is still in continuous development, so there are still numerous rough edges.
For now, however, the following features are already working in the ROM:
  • Radio, Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi
  • 2D (hardware accelerated) and 3D (still somewhat buggy)
  • Sensors (including rotation/accelerometer)
  • Audio (DSP force closes rarely, but still works)
  • SD Card
  • All hardware buttons
  • Charging
  • USB (including SD mounting)
If you have the boldness for a hacking adventure and if you understand the risks involved, you can flash EncounterICS X ROM to your Motorola Droid X. You’re going to need to root your Droid X first. Check out “How to Root Your Droid X Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread” for some tips on how to do that. Thereafter, you can easily flash the ROM in recovery mode. As usual, make sure you make backups first before you try flashing the ROM to your phone.
  1. Download EncounterICS X from here and save it to your computer.
  2. Download the Google Apps package (gapps) from here and save it to your computer.
  3. Copy the EncounterICS ROM and the Google Apps package to your phone’s storage.
  4. Turn off your phone. Turn it back on again.
  5. When the LED notification light turns blue while the phone is booting up, press the Volume Down key to go into the bootmenu. From the list of items on the menu, choose to go into recovery mode. You can use the volume keys to scroll through the options on the menu. Use the Power button to select an item on the menu.
  6. When in recovery mode, you can use the volume keys to scroll through items, but instead of the Power button, use the camera shutter button to select an option.
  7. Choose “Wipe data/factory reset” to clear your phone’s cache.
  8. Choose “Install zip from SDcard”, then select the ZIP file containing the ROM. Once you confirm to start flashing, the process will immediately start. Repeat this step for the Google Apps package.
  9. Wait for a few minutes for the flashing process to complete.
  10. Reboot your phone. Your Motorola Droid X should now be running EncounterICS X based on Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich.
As has been mentioned, this ROM is still buggy, so don’t expect everything to work perfectly. There are several known bugs with workarounds. Here are some of the known bugs and their respective workarounds:
  • ADB doesn’t work. Turn off the phone. Turn it back on again. While it is booting up, press the Volume Down key when the LED notification light turns blue. You will be taken to the bootmenu. From there, choose “Boot”, then select “2nd-init + adb” from the list. ADB should now work.
  • SD doesn’t mount over USB. Open Terminal Emulator. Run “su” (without the quotes), then run “echo /dev/block/mmcblk0 > /sys/devices/platform/usb_mass_storage/lun0/file” (also without the quotes). You can also issue the same commands via ADB.
  • Gallery app force closes when gapps is installed. Simply disable the “Sync Google-photos” option for all of your accounts.
  • Android Market doesn’t install apps. As root, issue the command “drmserver &” (without the quotes) in Terminal Emulator. Or, use ADB to issue the command “adb shell drmserver &” (again, without the quotes). The ROM developer has promised a fix for this bug in a newer version of the ROM.
  • Feature XYZ doesn’t work even if the documentation says it does.  Try rebooting the phone.  Some settings and options will activate or stick only after rebooting.  Rebooting can also sometimes make a buggy feature work.
As you can see, installing this ROM to the Droid X is not for the faint of heart, nor will it be a breeze for those with no rooting or flashing experience. Have you tried putting ICS on your Droid X? How did it go?

How to Install ClockworkMod Recovery 5.0.2 on the Motorola Droid X

How to Install ClockworkMod Recovery 5.0.2 on the Motorola Droid X

Motorola’s Droid devices have been hard to root and recover, and if they aren’t hard, then they come with their own set of requirements. The Droid X is no exception, but the benefits reaped from rooting it are endless, especially when paired with ClockwordMod Recovery. Whether you’re not very well-versed as a techie, or you’re the type of person who wants to flash things one after the other, getting ClockworkMod Recovery for your Motorola Droid X is a must.
ClockworkMod Recovery is one of the most widely used Android recoveries that are available for most mainstream Android devices. Developed by Koushik Dutta, the same man who created ROM Manager, ClockworkMod is set apart from other Android recoveries by its extremely simple setup process. Though it does require users to root their phones, once it is installed, using it is a breeze.
ClockworkMod Recovery allows you to reboot your system, apply updates from your SD Card, as well as a number of other advanced recovery, restoration, installation and maintenance operations on your Android device.
If you have a rooted Droid X and you’d like to flash custom ROMs to it, the easiest way is to do it through Clockwork Mod Recovery. Not sure what to do? No problem. We’ll help you through the simple setup process.
Before we begin, we’ll need a few things:
  • A rooted Motorola Droid X
  • ADB installed on your system. If you haven’t gotten it yet, we recommend that you do.
  • Recovery Bootstrap app. You can get it from here.
Once you have the requirements ready, you can now proceed to installing ClockworkMod Recovery on your Droid X:
  1. Download the Recovery Bootstrap app (see link above) and save it to your computer. Copy the APK file to the /platform-tools folder within the Android SDK folder.
  2. Make sure that USB Debugging has been enabled on your device. You can do so through the path Settings > Applications > Development.
  3. Connect your device to your PC using the USB cable.
  4. Open a command prompt on your computer. If you are on Windows Vista/7, click your Start button and in the search bar, type “cmd”. If you are on Windows XP, click Run and then type “cmd”.
  5. Enter the following command (without the quotes) into the command prompt window: “adb push bootstrap- /systems/app”
  6. Once the file is pushed, install ROM Manager from the Android Market.
  7. Run the ROM Manager app.
  8. From within the ROM Manager app, choose to flash the latest ClockworkMod Recovery to your device.
  9. Once ClockworkMod Recovery has been flashed to your device, check that it has been properly flashed and is working by rebooting into recovery mode.
Congratulations! You now have ClockworkMod Recovery 5.0.2 on your Motorola Droid X.

How to Root the Samsung Galaxy R and Install ClockworkMod Recovery

How to Root the Samsung Galaxy R and Install ClockworkMod Recovery

For those of you who have a Samsung Galaxy R I9103 and have been wondering about how to root your device, look no further. Thanks to XDA Developers forum member legion1911, it’s now possible to flash ClockworkMod Recovery to the Galaxy R via Odin, and to root the Galaxy R by flashing Superuser from Recovery Mode. The process is quite easy, even for users who are completely new to tinkering with their Android devices.
“Rooting,” “getting root,” or “rooting your phone” is the process of modifying the operating system shipped with your device to grant you, the user, complete control over it. This means that you can overcome limitations that carriers and manufacturers put on your device, extend system functionality and even upgrade it to a custom flavor of Android.
Rooting takes only a few minutes, keeping your stock OS intact. After the process is completed, you can start installing custom ROMs and fully enjoying the functionality of your device.


Before you begin, you’ll need a few things:

Rooting the Samsung Galaxy R

Once you have all of the requirements, you may now proceed to the rooting process.
  1. Extract the contents of the ClockworkMod Recovery package into a folder on your computer.  You will find two files: cwm.apk and cwm.tar.
  2. Copy the Superuser ZIP file to the root of your phone’s SD card.
  3. Launch Odin on your computer.
  4. Under “Options” in Odin, make sure that “Repartition” isstyle=”text-decoration: underline;”>notchecked.
  5. Click on the PDA button in Odin.
  6. Choose the cwm.tar file which you extracted from the ClockworkMod package.
  7. Turn off your phone.
  8. Reboot it into download mode by holding down the Volume Down and Home buttons together, then pressing the Power button.
  9. Once the phone is in download mode, connect your phone to your computer via the USB Cable.  You should see the device connected to Odin and the ID:COM field will turn yellow, indicating that the device has been recognized.
  10. Hit the Start button in Odin.  The software will flash the recovery image and your phone will reboot.
  11. Unplug your phone from the computer.
  12. Turn off the phone and reboot into recovery. You can do this by holding down the Volume Up and the Home buttons as you turn the phone on. Let go of the Power button once you see the boot splash screen.
  13. Once you’re inside recovery mode, make a Nandroid backup of your phone.
  14. Then, navigate to “Install Zip from SD Card” and select “Choose zip from SD card”.
  15. Select the Superuser zip that you copied to the phone earlier.
  16. Once the file is flashed, reboot your device.
Congratulations! Your Samsung Galaxy R I9103 is now rooted and also packs ClockworkMod Recovery.

Root the HTC Wildfire S

Root the HTC Wildfire S

The Chinese seems to have a few sweet treats for your HTC Wildfire S—they have created a guide on how to install custom recovery and constructed a root script for your phone.
Chinese XDA Developer Nanyu has created a script that easily roots your phone. Rooting your phone requires custom recovery installed, and we have Chinese XDA Developer Fall Dragon to thank for also sharing a guide on how to install custom recovery on your HTC Wildfire S.
This rooting method has been reported to work on all Asian ROMS. Developers and users also report success of this rooting method on European, Bell Canada, and T-Mobile ROMS.
This guide will teach you how to flash custom recovery and root your HTC Wildfire S.


  • HTC Wildfire S with unlocked bootloader (S-OFF).  Follow HTC’s official guide for unlocking your bootloader.
  • Custom recovery image for the HTC Wildfire S (any of the following):
    • ClockworkMod Recovery (recommended) — Get the file here.
    • Custom recovery image — Get the file here.
  • Pump up your phone’s battery to at least 70% (fully charged battery recommended).
  • Disable system tools such as firewall programs and anti-virus software to avoid any interruption while you root your device.
  • Create a backup of your personal phone data.
  • microSD card formatted in FAT32 file system


  1. Download the (custom recovery) and files from the links provided above.  Save both files to your computer.  Do not extract the files.
  2. Hook up your HTC Wildfire S to the computer via USB cable.
  3. Transfer the file to the phone’s SD card.
  4. Disconnect your phone from the computer.
  5. On your mobile phone, go to Settings > Power. From there, disable Fastboot on your phone.
  6. Turn your HTC Wildfire S off.
  7. Reboot the phone to HBOOT mode by holding down both the Volume Down and Power buttons until the HBOOT screen appears.  Wait for the phone to detect the recovery image.
  8. When prompted to apply the update, use the Volume Up key to start the update.
  9. After installing the updates, press the Power button to reboot your phone.
  10. Once fully booted, reconnect your phone to the computer using a USB cable.
  11. Delete the file from the phone’s SD card.
  12. Copy the file to the phone’s microSD card.
  13. Unplug the phone from the computer.
  14. Turn your phone off.
  15. Press and hold the Volume Down key and Power buttons until HBOOT appears on the phone’s screen.
  16. Use the Volume keys to navigate. Select Recovery by pressing the Power button.
  17. From the recovery menu, select “install zip from sd card.”
  18. Select “choose zip from sd card” and choose the file.
  19. Select Yes to confirm and initiate the rooting process on your mobile phone. The script will automatically root your phone.
  20. Once it is done, go back to the main menu and select “power off.”
  21. Turn your phone on and you can now enjoy a rooted HTC Wildfire S. Superuser, BusyBox, and su binary will also be installed on your mobile phone.

Errors with Superuser App

There have been cases of force closes in the Superuser app when it requests for permissions for a second app.  This can be resolved by clearing all the data from Superuser. Afterward, run the Superuser application from the app drawer. This will request an update for the su binary. Confirm and install the updates. Flashing the updates will solve the force close errors in the app. You may also try downloading the latest version of Superuser from the Google Play Store.
Good job! You have successfully rooted and installed custom recovery on your HTC Wildfire S.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012



root" basically comes from Linux terminology. "root" is the super user, like Administrator on windows. root user have complete permissions, like to alter system files, perform system level updates and such. 

So, basically, "rooting" for android is the process of getting "root" permissions. That is, to modify the android operating system to get complete control over it. 

What the rooting process actually does is to upload a special program called "su" (consider this as short for superuser, actually it stands for switch user) which allows us to perform "root" operations.

THE ROOTING PROCESS Download the file attached here: 
1.) Download needed file

2.) Copy ZIP file to your SD-card

3.) Turn off your phone

4.) Switch ON your device in the 
recovery Mode (hold power, volume up, home
button together).

5.) Select update from SD Card

6.) You will see that the list of files will come from which you will have 
to select the file which is named as

7.) Wait a few minutes

8.) And Your Galaxy Y
S5360 is now rooted!


Well, after rooting, the first thing I did was back-up and un-install all the unwanted app using Titanium Backup. Be sure to back-up apps if you are not sure whether it is an unwanted app or a system app.
Next thing I did was to backup the entire system using ClockWorkMod recovery (If you want a how-to, please ask). I would recommend that you do this step first.
After that, some thing you can easily do are : change the boot animation, use scripts, and so on... 


The benefits of rooting are many. I will note down a few here :
1. You have almost full control over your android.
2. You can back-up restore your system.
3. Change the appearance by modifying PNG's.
4. Run scripts for performance and usability.
5. Allows to remove unwanted apps, that are otherwise un-removable.
6. Installing custom ROM's become so much easier


1. You may brick (damage) your phone (If you trust people in this forum, most of us have rooted our phones and there was no problem at all). 
2. Well, I am not sure, but rooting may/may not void your warranty as you are modifying the operating system from what was given to you by the manufacturer. 

Finally, here is a link that I have posted earlier. This is a post on XDA Forums with details on almost every basic thing about android. 
Dictionary for n00b - What is.../What does ...mean?

I hope someone benefits from this information. 
Credits to:-rahules(member active in A70 section),sayan 8 for Rooting process of Galaxy Y
These are my friend, insane_subro's lines:
Rooting and Modifying the OS will void the warranty !! But you can easily get back to the state where you were any time  
And if things go wrong say you downloaded an app from the market !! The service centre people will buy it without bargain !!

Wiki - How do I know ?
I hard Bricked my phone twice and blamed Samsung people for that 
Soft bricked more than - lost count !!
Played with the bootloader fked things up, went to Samsung Service Center with LG logo showing up on the screen!! when asked why, I said I dont know, it went off and when I turned it on LG appeared, I think LG people hacked it .... The bought my story and flashed with the latest firmware which I lateron distributed! 

Monday, April 23, 2012

one click root

One Click Root
Rooting an Android phone used to be an esoteric practice reserved only for the tech-savvy. Those days are long gone. With Android gaining more world-wide popularity, users of Android devices have also learned the tricks of the trade. Thanks to the hard work of coders, modders, hackers, and developers in the diverse Android community, rooting almost any Android device these days have become nothing more than a simple download, followed by running a program, and finally, clicking on one button. In short, rooting has become easier to do these days.
There used to be as many rooting methods as there are Android devices. But, with a tool such as Unlock Root, users no longer need to sift through forums, tutorial pages, and online guides just to find a rooting solution that works on their devices.
Unlock Root is a tool that can successfully root and unlock not just one or a handful of Android devices from the same manufacturer but many from different manufacturers. Currently, Unlock Root can root about 250 different handsets from major handset manufacturers such as HTC, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Asus, Acer, Huawei, Dell, and Samsung, as well as from other less-known manufacturers.
With Unlock Root, first-time rooters no longer need to worry much about bricking their devices. The tool is safe and easy to use. Android 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3 are currently supported. Support for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is also fast gaining ground. So, whether you have an entry-level phone or a high-end phone such as the Galaxy S2, Unlock Root most likely will be able to root and unlock it.
If you’re eager to root and unlock your Android device using an easy and safe tool, try Unlock Root and follow the instructions in this guide.

Requirements and Reminders

  • Unlock Root works only on Windows computers. You will need a computer running Windows 7/Vista/XP.
  • Install the USB drivers for your device before you use Unlock Root. You can usually download the drivers from your device manufacturer’s website. Or, if you received a driver CD together with your device, install the drivers using the installer on the CD.


  1. Download the Unlock Root software. Get it straight from the developer’s website.
  2. Enable USB Debugging mode on your device. You can do this by going to Settings > Applications > Development on your device.
  3. Connect your device to your PC using a USB cable.
  4. Run “UnlockRoot.exe”. Wait for your handset to be automatically detected.
  5. Choose your device from the list of autodetected devices.
  6. Click the Root button to start the rooting process.
  7. Wait for it to complete the installation, after which you’ll be greeted with a message saying your device has been successfully rooted.
  8. After the rooting process, simply reboot your device for the changes to take effect.
Congratulations! You have successfully rooted your device. You can check whether or not you have root access by locating the Superuser app on your device or installing an app that requires root access.

  • Unlock Root Tools is a android root tool.Support the Android 2.1,2.2 and 2.3,Easy way to get root access Permissions!
    Working on the following devices:
    HTC SensationGalaxy Nexus (i9250)LG Optimus 3D (P920)
    HTC Wildfire SGalaxy Note (I9220)LG Optimus 2x
    HTC Desire SGalaxy S II (I9100)LG Optimus LET
    HTC Incredible SGalaxy S (I9000)LG Optimus Black

How To Root Your Android Phone With SuperOneClick

How To Root Your Android Phone With SuperOneClick

Since I first bought my Motorola Droid over a year ago, I’ve done everything with it. I’ve gone on GPS-based geo-caching adventures, I’ve transformed my phone into a media center remote control, and I’ve installed some of the coolest surveillance apps available. However, the one single thing that I could not let myself do is root my Android phone.
The fear of “bricking” my expensive mobile device was too much, even for a guy that prides himself on his moderate hacking abilities. What convinced me to take the plunge and learn how to root my Android phone? Well, the first thing was seeing how easily my iPhone-toting MUO colleagues could jailbreak their phones. The second thing that convinced me was my need to take screenshots on the go, not only when I’m attached to my PC via a USB cable. The final thing was seeing how many cool apps on the Android Market require root.

Root Options Available To Android Users

In the early days of Android ownership, the process of “rooting” your brand-spanking-new and expensive Android device involved a fairly complicated 10 to 15 step process that involved the very real and present danger of “bricking” your Android phone and making it a worthless block of metal and glass.
If you’re in the same boat and you’ve been fearfully avoiding the complicated rooting process like the plague, I’ve got some good news for you. There are now a fair number of one-click applications out there that will root your phone for you. These apps work on the large majority of Android devices. Don’t get me wrong ““ the danger of “bricking” is always there, but if you check to see that the app has been tested with your phone and version of Android, you should be safe enough.
Just to give you some options to look at, some of the top one-click root apps for Android include Universal Androot, the Recovery Flasher,  Easy RootUnrevoked, and last but certainly not least ““ Super One-Click from XDA Developers. SuperOneClick is the app that I went with, and I believe it’s the app that will work for the majority of people reading this. But before you get started, don’t forget to enable USB debugging on your phone by going toSettings->Applications->Development and enabling “USB Debugging“.

Also, SDK is required. Just follow my instructions in the taking Screenshots article that I wrote a while back to install the SDK developers kit. Nothing else below will work until this is done. Take the time to do it, because it’ll also open up a lot of cool features like high-resolutionscreenshots, file exploring and easy file transfers. Once you’ve set it up, you’re ready to roll.

Download Super One Click, make sure you have the Android debugger (SDK developer kit) running, expand the Super One Click zip file and click the SuperOneClick icon to run it. When SuperOneClick launches, you’ll see several large buttons at the top of the screen. Make sure your phone is connected to the computer via USB and that the debugger can “see” it (activity will start logging). Make sure your SD card is not mounted, and go ahead and click “Root” in SuperOneClick.

You’ll see the scrolling activity as SuperOneClick does it’s job, with “OK” appearing after each task. You may see warnings, but so long as it doesn’t “hang” on waiting for device, things should keep scrolling until it finally returns the “Success!” message.
At this point, check out the installed apps on your phone and you should see a “Superuser” icon that looks like a Droid skull and crossbones. If you see it, you’re rooted. If you don’t see it, reboot the Droid. In fact, I’d suggest rebooting even if you do see it, as I had some issues getting rooted apps to work until I actually rebooted my own device.
When you open up SuperUser, you’ll see that you can configure notifications so that no app can actually run with root access unless you give it permission. Also, according to the folks at Nexus One Forum, SuperOneClick doesn’t actually unlock the Bootloader, so you still retain your warranty. I haven’t confirmed if that’s true or not, but if true it’s a pretty good plus to using SuperOneClick with the SDK approach.
Whenever you run an app that requires root (superuser), you’ll see a notification requesting permission. I like this because it also means that if an app gets installed and tries to utilize superuser access without your knowledge, it can’t.
If you check off “Remember”, the program gets added to the list of “approved” apps with superuser access. You can see the ones on your list when you click on the “Apps” tab.
As you can see, once you have SDK installed and connected to your phone, the process is as simple as installing and running SuperOneClick. The program takes care of rooting your phone from the PC. Finally, you can enjoy a rooted Android phone, and all of the fun and excitement that offers!
Did you give any of the one-click Android root apps a try? How was your experience? Share your rooting adventures in the comments section below.

How To Root HTC Explorer – Tutorial

How To Root HTC Explorer – Tutorial

So, that’s an great news for the HTC Explorer users. Now, they can enjoy Custom ROMS, Root only applications, and Root Browsing. Finally a rooting procedure is available for the HTC Explorer. In this article we will be covering how one can Root his HTC Explorer device easily.

Note: Please, note that after Rooting your HTC Explorer, the warranty of the device will be voided and you would have to re-install the Stock-Rom of the device in order to get the warranty back, so take a backup of your current ROM and then proceed further.
Caution: The steps which are included in this guide are very risky and can even brick off your mobile phone. Unless you are aware with Custom ROMS, Firmwares and ODIN, don’t even try these things on your mobile phone.

Pre-Requisites To Root Your HTC Explorer

  • The instructions are working for HTC Explorer, Originally manufactured.
  • Backup all of your SMS Messages using SMS Backup Application.
  • Sync all of your Contacts with the Gmail Application.
  • Copy all of your notes manually to somewhere else, as if in case your mobile phone gets bricked these notes will be deleted from the mobile phone.
  • Take a backup of call logs, APN Settings, and other important things.
  • Charge your mobile phone so that it would be having more than 80% battery.
  • Disable all antivirus and firewall related tools installed in your computer as then can prevent the rooting process to be done successfully.
  • Enable USB Debugging Mode in your mobile phone (Settings > Applications >Development > USB Debugging).
  • Install all device drivers on your computer from the HTC Website.

Procedure To Root HTC Explorer

Note: We have written each and every step clearly in order to make the update applied successfully but if any wrong step is taken then Neither me nor will be held responsible in case your device gets bricked.
  •  Make sure that the boot loader of your HTC Explorer is unlocked.
  • Add recovery to your mobile phone, so that it would be able to install all the Custom ROM’s. Download “A310E Recovery” from the link.
  • Now, Connect your mobile phone to your computer using the original USB cable and extract the zip file which we had downloaded in the Step 1.
  • Now, Shoot the recovery (.bat) file which would be there in the extracted folder.
  • Now, download the “Superuser Package“ in your computer and transfer the file to the Root of your SD Card.
  • Enable USB Debugging Mode in your mobile phone (Settings > Applications >Development > USB Debugging).
  • Now, Turn off your mobile phone and start it in the Recovery Mode (Volume UP Key + OK button holding both of these press the power button).
  • When, your mobile phone is booted in the Recovery Mode, You need to select “install zip from sd card” and then “choose zip from SD Card” and then choose the superuser package file which you had transferred earlier in your mobile phone. It will take some time to install that file in your mobile phone. Now, select “+++++Go Back++++” then “reboot system now“.
Congratulations!! You’ve successfully Rooted your HTC Explorer.