How to Root Android Phone with SRS Root

Author:Jake | TIME:October 08,2017

If you have rooted your Android phone, you can backup the device perfectly. On the contrary, if your Android phone is not rooted, you can only backup part of the files. This is especially common when it comes to the app data. With a unrooted Android device, you can only backup the apps but the app data such as settings and preferences will not be included. That means, you will have to start from scratch after you install the same app on your Android.


That sounds a little depressing. But if you backup a rooted Android phone, you won’t have such trouble. So you may want to root your Android phone. Actually, rooting Android has a lot of benefits: uninstall preinstalled apps, install custom ROM, save battery, etc. And this article will show you how to root Android phone with SRS Root.


Just like other rooting tools like KingoRoot, SRS Root is also an easy to use rooting app that supports almost all Android devices: Samsung, HUAWEI, LG, HTC, Sony, Google, etc. With this SRSROOT app, you can root your Android phone without flashing it. You can get a free SRSROOT download for Windows and install it on the computer for rooting Android.


Tutorials for Rooting Android using SRS Root

Step 1. Install SRS Root on your PC

After you download the EXE file from the official website, click the setup wizard to install SRS Root on your computer.


Step 2. Connect Android to PC

Run SRS Root on your computer and then connect your Android phone to the Windows computer via USB cable. You will need to enable USB debugging on the Android device so that the device can be detected.


Step 3. Root Android with SRS Root

In the app interface, you will have three options: Root Device permanently, Root Device temporarily and UnRoot Device. Choose a mode and then follow the instructions to start rooting your Android phone. Once the rooting process is completed, click “Exit” to close the program.




How to Backup Android to PC?

However, rooting isn’t for everyone because there is a risk of getting your Android phone bricked. And you may lose your precious data on the device. So if you really want to root your Android, make sure you’ve backed up the device.


cFone Android Data Transfer is an ideal tool for you to backup Android data to computer. You can backup a wide range of data types including contacts, text messages, photos, videos, music, app, etc. You can download and install the program on your Windows or Mac computer and then follow below steps to backup your Android phone.

Step 1. Connect Android to Computer

Launch Android Data Transfer and connect your Android device to the computer via USB cable. And you will need to enable USB debugging then. Once connected, click "Back Up Your Phone" in the primary window.

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Step 2. Choose the File Type

The file types that you can backup to your computer are displayed in the middle of the window. Now check the file type(s) you want to backup to the computer.

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Step 3: Backup Android Data to PC

After you select the file type, click the "Start Transfer" button to start to transfer data from Android to PC. It takes a few minutes depending on the quantity of your files. 

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