Rooting an Android device is the most important thing users look for after installing an Official Firmware, or after purchasing a brand new device. however, most of the people don’t know that for the Firmware you can use any recent version of Super SU.zip and as far as the Custom Recovery is concerned, it is for the device, not the Android version, so it doesn’t matter which Android version you are using you can use the same recovery you used for the Older version and it will work without any problem.
In this post, we will show you how to root all the Android devices with this simple and same method, however, the perquisites will be a little different. The method involved installing the Custom recovery and then Flash the Super SU.zip to get the root binaries. However, if the Custom Recovery is not available for such a device, then you might wanna look for an alternate way, till then follow the method and enjoy.
- In case of Locked bootloader, Unlock the Bootloader using the following guides: Sony Devices | HTC Devices
- Download the Custom Recovery For Your Device: Link
- Download Super SU: Link
How To Root an Android Device:
- Download and copy the Super SU file to the root of your SD card.
- Now Go to Recovery mode of your device.
- Navigate to Choose/Install zip from SDcard.
- Then Choose Zip from SDcard.
- Select the Super SU.zip file and select it using the power button.
- Wait for the process to over.
- Then choose Reboot System Now
Now in the App Drawer, see Super SU verify Root access.