RUBIZTECH #ROOT DIRECTORY
Welcome to the RUBIZTECH Root Directory. Here, you can find tutorials to root any device that are on RUBIZTECH.COM. Learn how to root any Android device! If you don’t see your device listed or you see a misplaced link, contact us with the device details and we will give you the needed support.
For those new to the world of rooting, acquiring root access essentially grants you elevated permissions and makes you the boss of your device. Take time out to read 11 important reasons to root your Android phone right now. In all fairness, make sure you understand reasons not to root your device before you proceed with gaining root access.
Due to its inherent power, having root access is often dangerous. Thankfully, there are root brokering applications such as SuperSU that only grant root access to applications of your choosing. There are also various root-enabled utilities available to help you restore in the event that something goes wrong.
For starters, you can use any number of root-enabled application backup tools to backup your applications and their data to your local storage, your PC, and even online cloud storage. And in conjunction with a custom recovery, rooted users are able to perform a full, system-wide Nandroid backup that essentially takes a snapshot of your current smartphone or tablet at any particular time.
We can go on about the virtues of root access ad infinitum, but we’ll stop for now because we sense you salivating at the prospect of root access and what you can do with your device once root is achieved. Head to the links below to begin the journey.
Apps (apk/exe) to Root Any Device
Created by XDA Recognized Developer geohot, Towelroot is another root exploit app that is compatible with a large range of devices. The root exploit itself is built around Linux kernel CVE-2014-3153 discovered by hacker Pinkie Pie, and it involves an issue in the Futex subsystem that in turn allows for privilege escalation. Although specifically designed for certain variants of the Galaxy S5, it is compatible with the majority of devices running unpatched kernels. Get it here.
Created by XDA Senior Recognized Developer Chainfire, CF-Auto-Root is a root for “rooting beginners” and those who want to keep as close to stock as possible. CF-Root is meant to be used in combination with stock Samsung firmwares as well as Nexus devices, and be the quickest and easiest way for your first root. In essence, it does nothing but install and enable SuperSU on your system, so apps can gain root access. Get complete guide here.
Using KingRoot to root any device is best for people who just want to have root access, and not necessarily wanting to flash anything extra. It works on almost all devices from Android version 2.x to 5.0. Working of KingRoot is based on system exploit.
The most suitable root strategy will be deployed from cloud to your device according to the ROM information on the device. The best part of using this root method is that it does not trip KNOX and have the ability to close Sony_RIC perfectly. Get the latest version here.
OneClickRoot also known as KingRoot, lets you root any device with one click. The OneClickRoot software is becoming more powerful every day. They’re always adding new rootable Android devices in order to make the software as useful as possible. With a wide selection of Samsung, HTC, LG, and Motorola Android devices available to be rooted, it give users everything they need to unlock the full potential of their Android device. See it in action here.
Infinix NOTE 2 (Marshmallow)
Infinix HOT 2 (Marshmallow)
Infinix HOT 2 (Lollipop)
Infinix Zero 3 (Lollipop)