Continue our appointment with the modding of Android terminals. This time we are dealing with an app that is very useful and simple to use, Z4root, known among all users Android who like to modify their terminal.
Users, especially the most inexperienced, who want to root the device, often face rather complicated and difficult to make guides, and they are often discouraged from them.
How, then, to obtain root permissions, in a very simple way even for the most inexperienced? You can use an apk that allows in a few clicks to get the root on your terminal: I'm talking about Z4Root. Although it was also present on Google Play, you must now install the application directly from the web browser.
Below is the list of compatible terminals, both for the permanent root and for what needs to be re-done following the reboot:
Compatible with permanent root:
Samsung Galaxy S (All variants) BackflipSony X10Xperia MiniDroid 2Galaxy TabGalaxy I5700Galaxy 3 I5800Droid XSamsung AcclaimCricket Huawei AscendMotorola CliqHuawei 8120HeroG1Optimus TDroid 1Garmin Asus A50Motorola DefyLG AllyMotorola F10 Pro Android
Incompatible with permanent root:
Desire (requires nand unlock) Desire HD (requires nand unlock) Magic (unknown) Evo (requires nand unlock) G2 (requires nand unlock) Archos 70 (unknown) myTouch 3G (unknown) WildfireDroid Incredible
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