The devices Google Nexusthey get good results on the markets, because they are cheaper and have the best Android support. Google has always tried to update its devices to the latest version of Android, unless they were too old and could not support the latest versions. In this article we see how to get iRoot permissions with one click on Nexus in the different versions.
Searching the net for a method to get root permissions with a click on Nexus5, unlock the bootloader and also carry out a custom recovery, there are numerous and for all Nexus devices. But I discovered something very interesting that I'm going to share with you. I found Nexus Root Toolkit, an application that can unlock, get root permissions with a click on Nexus, install a custom recovery and relock / restore the device to factory conditions, all with one click.
Before starting to explain the features and functions of this application, I would like to thank the author, WugFresh, who with his hard work made these operations very easy for all of us.
The most useful feature of this application is the option of Backup. By clicking on the relevant button we will be taken to the backup control panel, from where it is possible to backup the Apps, Apps + Data, Contacts, call logs, messages, APN Settings, multimedia content + data on SD card. The application allows you to create a Nandroid Backup using the modified recovery installed on the phone. In this way, if there is a need to return the device to a previous state, it is possible to restore a backup copy by selecting the Restore button in the lower right corner.
The list of features of this application does not end here. Advanced utilities allow you to do many other things like bootings / flash img, flash zip files, install APK files, flash stock recovery, kernel archives etc.
List of supported devices:
Galaxy Nexus: GSM Models (both yakju and non-yakju builds) Galaxy Nexus: CDMA / LTE Verizon ModelsGalaxy Nexus: CDMA / LTE Sprint ModelsNexus S: Worldwide, i9020t and i9023 ModelsNexus S: 850MHz, i9020a ModelsNexus S: Korea, m200 ModelsNexus S 4G: d720 ModelsNexus 7: Asus TabletNexus 7 3G: Asus TabletNexus 7 v2 (2013): Asus TabletNexus 7 v2 (2013) LTE: Asus TabletNexus 10: Samsung TabletNexus 4: LG PhoneNexus 5: LG PhoneNexus 5X: LG PhoneNexus 9: HTC Wifi TabletNexus 9: HTC LTE TabletNexus 6: Motorola PhoneNexus 6P: Huawei PhoneNexus Player: Google DeviceNexus Pixel C: GoogleTablet
Root permissions with one click on Nexus
- Download the application Nexus Root Toolkit v2.1.19: links
- Install the application.
- To execute the application, the first time you will be asked to select the device and select the firmware version.
- Carefully select the device and the firmware that is currently running.
- As soon as you click on the Apply button, the application will start to check the device and report the files to be downloaded.