How To Root All HTC Android Devices Using HTC Quick Root Tool

HTC Quick Root Tool How To Root All HTC Android Devices Using HTC Quick Root Tool

Rooting your Android smartphone is one of the best things you can do with your device because it allows you to install anything you want with it. Rooting a smartphone means that you actually own the device, rather than the device owning you and not letting you do anything you want with it. This is why liryquidperfection has decided to create a Quick Root tool for HTC Android devices which are running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

This tool works in two separate ways: one which involves insecure boot.img, and the other one which involves universal exploit. According to the developer, the first method works on all HTC Android devices, however, S-OFF is required, while the insecure boot.img is required not to use a patched abdb binary and to set the ro.secure value to 0. The universal exploit method also works on all devices provided that the HTC devices are running on completely stock ROM and stock recovery, too.

Well, we can safely say that using the HTC Quick Root tool will work on most occasions, however, you should be careful because if you don’t meet the requirements, then the process is not going to work.

How To Root All HTC Android Devices Using HTC Quick Root Tool

1. Download HTC Sync here, and install it on your computer.

2. Download HTC Quick Root here, and extract the .ZIP file in a folder on your computer.

3. On your HTC Android device, go to Settings -> Developer Options. Here, you will enable USB Debugging. Attention! In Android 2.3 Gingerbread, you will go to Settings -> Applications -> Developer Options in order to enable USB Debugging.

4. On your HTC Android device, go to Settings -> Power. Here, you will disable Fastboot.

5. Now, connect your HTC Android device to your computer.

6. Open the folder where you extracted the HTC Quick Root tool. Here, you will open a file named HTC Quick Root, and the process will begin,

7. Several on-screen instructions will show up, and in order to root your device, you will follow them carefully.

8. If your HTC device is running on stock Android ROM, and you’ve never installed any recovery tools or custom ROMs on it, then use the Universal Exploit version. If your HTC Android device has signature verification off, then use the Insecure Boot.IMG version.

That’s pretty much it, and like said, it should work on all HTC Android devices running on stock Android 2.3 Gingerbread or Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

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