Download Z4ROOT APK v1.3.0
Glad I got to share this article with you so I will cut straight to the chase and linger no more. Stay tuned for the next lines to get your hands on the the link to download Z4root v1.3.0. If you have not yet heard of this application, do note that Z4root v1.3.0 is a very complex and useful app that shall give you the opportunity to be able to root different Android devices in a very easy and fast method and just with one click away from the final result.
Just to make sure we set the record straight however, I will give you a sneak view into the background of this app, that was initially located for download in the Market Store. So if you do decide you want to give it a go and root your Android device with the Z4root do be informed that the app has been taken out of the Market Store on grounds that it was actually violating the “terms and conditions” applicable there.
However, do not get worried because of this tiny aspect. We do not believe Z4root to be risky at all and for that matter – to better explain – there is nothing really different on disk except for the root binaries. Therefore if it does happen that not everything goes exactly according to plan, then you can simply decide to stop and then apply a reboot on your device, which will immediately cease any issues that you might have had and fix them as well.
It has been tested and proved that when it comes to Android devices, we have a percentage of 99% success on them so the temporary root options work just fine. Stick with us as we will make up a list with all the devices, however we will set things straight and reveal that this list has been the work and creation of users and it strictly encompasses the compatible devices and incompatible devices for the permanent root option.
The list of Android Devices compatible with the option for a permanent root:
As promised, when it comes to the Android devices that are compatible with the option for a permanet root, the list is quite encompassing, and we should start with the Samsung Galaxy S (All variants included here), Sony X10, Motorola Defy, Xperia Mini, Droid 2, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy I5700, Hero, G1, Galaxy 3 I5800, Droid X, Samsung Acclaim, Cricket Huawei Ascend, Motorola Cliq, Huawei 8120, Optimus T, Droid 1, Garmin Asus. And these are not all of the devices in the category, so we shall proceed by also mentioning Backflip, A50, LG Ally, Motorola Flipside, Motorola Milestone 2, Dell streak, X10 Mini Pro,Smartq v7 android 2.1. This was pretty much it here, but it’s enough, right? As you can see there is a vast variety of options to pick from.
Secondly, we shall present the list for the Android Devices incompatible with the option for a permanent root:
When it comes to Android devices that are not compatible with the permanent root process, then find the list here: HTC Desire (requires nand unlock), HTC Desire HD (requires nand unlock), HTC Magic (unknown), HTC Evo (requires nand unlock), HTC G2 (requires nand unlock), Archos 70 (unknown), myTouch 3G (unknown), Wildfire, Droid Incredible. These were all the devices that are incompatible with the permanent root, as previously mentioned.
Now let’s take our time and check out how How to use the Z4root. This is a step by step tutorial
Before we proceed with the actual steps, let’s take a few moments to highlight some of the facts mandatory to know in order to start the rootting process. Using the Z4root is a rather complicated and not so easy method to apply, so there are a few steps that you need to make sure you apply before you start. First of all, one of the main pre-requirements is to take your time and simply ensure that you do a full backup for all your data, as it might happen along the way that something goes wrong, so you should not risk under any circumstances to subject yourself to a potential lose of your data. Therefore, just make sure you do have a backup file comprising all your important data stored in your Android device. Secondly, you need to also remember that once you proceed with the steps to apply the root, your device’s warranty shall become void, so just take this into consideration too.
Now that we have all of these under control and you are aware of the risks, let’s just proceed with the actual process and get your device successfully rooted with the Z4Root.
- First of all, you will have to make sure that you do download Z4root (as you have already seen, you can take the Z4root from above link) and then just make sure you do save it in your computer.
- Secondly, you will have to proceed with connecting your device to your computer. You shall be able to do this by simply using the original USB cord.
- Now as a third step you need to transfer by simply applying the copy and paste method the downloaded file .apk in your Android’s SD card. As soon as you have done this – just make sure you place this file in the root or somewhere so that your file shall be handy.
- The fourth step is to enable the USB debugging option. Now you will have to follow a few implicit steps here so that you can be able to get this step completed. This is the process you shall have to perform here, so just make sure you do not skip any step along the way: first of all, just go to Settings-> Applications and as soon as you get there simply check “unknown sources”. Furthermore, in Settings-> Applications-> Development and there check the USB debugging option.
- We are almost done but there still are a few more steps to take to end the process. You will have to start with one file manager like Astro file manager- and find the downloaded z4root.apk file and then install it.
- As soon as the installation is completed you shall have to proceed and run the Z4root application directly in your Android device. The application shall then be opened and two different options will be displayed: specifically the Temporary Root and the Permanent Root options.
- You can now decide to choose the options that you want from the app main menu and your device will take a reboot.
- Congratulations, we have reached the final destination of this article, so now every time you shall want to install applications that require the root access, you will simply be able to give the root permission.
Before I leave you to it, I do want to add one more thing and address the case in which you might decide that you would like to remove the root access. Then just follow these steps to get the job done: you will have to go in the z4root menu where you need to make sure you select the unroot option. It is that simple. Once you have selected the the unroot option your device shall remove the root at once.
Download Z4ROOT APK v1.3.0 here.